Landmark Christian Director of Athletics Mark Caulfield said, “Reed is the guy we have been praying for since May. His contagious passion for golf and ministry is a perfect match for the direction we see Landmark athletics heading. He loves sharing his faith through the game of golf while helping our golf teams grow and develop into champions on the course and in life.”
While at Georgia State, McCormack played independently and won multiple Georgia State University individual titles. He spent several years competing on mini-tours throughout the 1990s. McCormack competed in USGA events, Teardrop Tour events as well as Georgia Sectional and several other since retired tours. McCormack also spent several years during that time as a teaching professional at Indian Hills Country Club, amongst others.
Coach McCormack said, “The Lord has lead me back to golf to blend my gift of teaching with my desire to see young men and women grow in Christ through sports. Golf is often a lot like life, with imperfect outcomes and many relationships with others; both opportunities to spread God’s word as a shining light for Christ in the way we act and speak. It’s through the ups and downs in life, and on the golf course, that we can be strengthened; and we can learn to lean on Him and our brothers and sisters in Christ to help us overcome. I believe with God’s help, we can train physically and mentally to make the most of our given talent, whatever that level may be, and it’s our charge to do so in a way that honors our Lord.”
McCormack is married to Anamaria, a parapro at the Peachtree City campus, and has two children at Landmark Christian. His daughter Brodie (6th grade) and son Lukas (3rd grade) both attend the Fairburn campus. He is involved in youth leadership at Peachtree City United Methodist Church.