These individuals are playing an instrumental role in the development of Jordan's professional golf career with ongoing financial and mentoring support.
Maurice is a Professional Long Drive Competitor from Pine Hills, Florida. Maurice attended Evans High School where he excelled academically and at sports. After high school, Maurice attended Florida A&M University where he attained his Biology degree in 2010. After graduating from FAMU, Maurice moved to Atlanta to become a chiropractor where he became a student of the game of golf. After countless hours of practice around the Atlanta area, Maurice set a new Guinness World Record for Golf Ball Speed (211 MPH). His longest drive in competition is 459 yards. Shortly after winning the 2018 World Long Drive Championship, he created the MA360 Foundation. The MA360 Foundation is a non profit organization focused on helping African American men and women reach the highest levels of competitive golf. Jordan was recently named a recipient of Maurice's 'Grow The Game Initiative' for the 2021 season.
Turner met Jordan while he was still a youngster at a golf outing in Metro Detroit. The two have shared many rounds together and he's been able to Jordan's game develop from a young age. He left college to create Financial Architects in 1985. The company has been successful for well over 30 years. Turner focuses on building his clients’ wealth, minimizing their taxes, and improving the efficiency in their financial worlds. He is a member of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors and is a past treasurer of the Boys and Girls Club of Southeastern Michigan. He is also involved in various community service programs, including feeding the homeless and mentoring. Turner, now retired, resides in South Florida with his wife where he enjoys traveling, golf, health and fitness.
A fellow graduate of North Carolina Central University. He attained a B.A. degree in Accounting and a M.B.A from the School of Business. In 1985, he entered into a car dealership ownership training program for minorities hosted by the Ford Motor company. The purpose of the program was to give more African Americans a chance to own dealerships. In 1986, Douglas purchased a share in Avis Ford in Suburban Detroit. He went on to become the majority owner in 1992 and turned over the dealership to his son in 2006. In the summer of 2018 he met Jordan for the first time at Avis Ford. Soon after they shared a round at the historic Oakland Hills Country Club. The club has played host to U.S Opens, U.S Amateurs, PGA Championships, and the 2004 Ryder Cup. He plays an intricate role on Jordan's team and now resides in South Florida with his wife.
Another fellow graduate of North Carolina Central University. He received a BS in Economics & Commerce and also attained an MBA in Marketing from Xavier University in Cincinnati Ohio. He's had a successful 25 year career with 4 international companies. His areas of experience include sales and marketing, general management, and executive leadership. His last corporate position was with Kaiser Permanente as Executive Vice President of Supply Chain Management and accounted for $6 billion in asset responsibility. He's also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. He decided to leave corporate life and pursue professional golf in 2000. As a senior golfer, he's competed in several regional pro tours throughout the US and Europe. He resides in Southern California with his wife where they've formed a successful pet boarding business. Golf is still his passion and he still competes in several events around the country.