Steve Oltman has been a PGA Professional since 1982. He was born and raised in Nebraska and moved to Pennsylvania in 1987 when he was hired as the Head Golf Professional at Middletown Country Club in Langhorne, PA. The Head Professional position at Hickory Valley Golf Club brought him to Montgomery County in 1989.
Steve has been nominated three times as Philadelphia PGA Teacher of the year. Steve was also nominated in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 for the Junior Golf Leader of the Year Award for the Philadelphia Section. In 2010 he was selected as a US Kids National Top 50 Instructor, Honorable Mention, one of only a few in the state of Pennsylvania. He has also served on the National PGA Junior Golf Committee, National PGA Presidents Council for Golf and various other regional golf committees with the PGA and other golf organizations.
Steve started Steve Oltman Golf School when he became a PGA Professional in 1982 and has maintained his instructional program during the past 30 years. Steve has always taught at the facilities he managed and has also run instructional programs for Somerton Springs Golf Shoppes and Tee Time Golf Center.
Steve is married to Linda Oltman and has three daughters ages 19, 15 and 12. Linda is an Environmental Educator for the Perkiomen Valley Watershed Conservency. Their children attend school in the Perkiomen Valley School District and participate in a variety of school and sport activities.
In 2003, Steve made the decision to return to college to finish his degree in Education. After two years and over 80 credits at West Chester University, Steve graduated in May of 2005 with a degree in Special Education. Steve accepted a position with the Quakertown School District. He started his new job there on August 15th of 2005. Steve finished his Masters of Science Degree for Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Scranton in 2006. Steve Oltman Golf School will continue to operate at Waltz Golf Farm as Steve continues his dual career of PGA Golf Professional and Special Education Teacher.