DFW Coaches Clinic
A Clinic for High School Coaches Given by High School Coaches
|Joe Martin||Bob Ledbetter||Jeff Jordan|
|Phone: 830.438.5360||Phone: 817.228.9498||Phone: 785.551.9149|
|Fax: 830.438.5360||Fax: 830.438.5360||Fax: 830.438.5360|
|Updated Hotel Information||
The 2017 DFW Coaches Clinic will be held at The Westin DFW Airport Hotel, 4545 West John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, Texas 76053 972-929-4500 - The Embassy Suites Hotel at DFW Airport is being renovated - we will return there for the 2018 Clinic. The Westin will provide a cooked to order breakfast and Happy Hour each day to every coach staying in the hotel-Room rate is $149
Click on the link below to make reservations at The Westin
Headquarters: Embassy Suites Hotel at D/FW Airport, 2401 Bass Pro
Drive, Grapevine, Texas 76051. The hotel is
located off of 635 and 121.
Phone Number: 972-724-2600 or 800-EMBASSY
State you are attending the DFW Coaches Clinic when making your reservations to receive a rate of $149.00 per night. (plus tax) Your registration must be made by January 7 to receive this special rate. Embassy Suites provides a complimentary cooked to order breakfast and happy hour each day to each coach staying at the hotel. Each room comfortably sleeps four. Embassy Suites Hotel is also adjacent to Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World and Grapevine Mills Mall. All two room suites include Microwave Ovens, Refrigerators, Wet Bars, Two - remote controlled televisions, and more! Embassy Suites also has a complimentary shuttle to and from both DFW Airport and Grapevine Mills Mall.
fee is $80.00 if you pre-register by January
20, 2017. After
January 20 the fee is $90.00. No refunds after this date.
To pre-register, please send your registration form and check made payable to DFW Coaches Clinic: 30801 Beck Road, Bulverde, TX 78163. A portion of all proceeds goes to benefit Special Olympics.
registration you will receive:
DFW Coaches Clinic was formed with the intent to provide a high quality, affordable instructional clinic for High School Coaches Given by High School Coaches”. In living up to that motto, DFW Clinic offers the unique format of allowing only high school football coaches to lecture, and provides a forum for all high school coaches to learn new football and motivational techniques. Two of the main goals are to help improve the overall quality of coaching and to give something back to the coaching community. A well informed coach will do a better job teaching and motivating his players to stay involved in their sport and in school. Students who are involved in extracurricular activities are more successful and cause fewer problems than kids who are not involved.. The motto is “A Clinic for
The inaugural DFW Coaches Clinic was held in 1999 and had over 550 coaches in attendance. Over 1100 high school, middle school and youth league coaches from Texas and the surrounding states are projected to be at the 2017 clinic. The 19th annual clinic takes place January 27-29, 2017 at the Embassy Suites Hotel at DFW Airport. The DFW Coaches Clinic is the largest clinic in the state that features only high school coaches as speakers.
The clinic directors are Bob Ledbetter, Joe Martin, and Jeff Jordan.
·Bob Ledbetter coached in Texas for 30 years and is the former athletic director of . He was the head head football coach for 20 years at Frisco and Southlake Carroll; winning State Championships at Carroll in 1988, 1992, and 1993. Carroll set a national record by winning 72 consecutive regular season games from 1986-1993. He served on the Board of Directors for the and is a member of the THSCA Hall of Honor.
·Joe Martin coached in Texas high schools for almost 30 years, winning a State Championship at in 1999. He was the at Lake Dallas, Mabank, Garland, and Allen before becoming the Assistant Executive Director of the in 2004. Coach Martin also served as President of THSCA. He was named 1999 5A by Reebok, the Dallas Cowboys and the NFL, and the Texas Sportswriter’s Association. He is a member of the Lewisville HS Sports Hall of Fame, Garland Sports Hall of Fame, Eastern New Mexico University Hall of Honor and Texas High School Coaches Association Hall of Honor.
·Jeff Jordan coached in Texas high schools for 29 years, 15 as head coach at Garland High School. The Owls were State in 2006. He went to the playoffs 13 of the 14 years and was five times been named Coach of the Week by the Dallas Cowboys and the NFL. Coach Jordan holds the school record for most victories and most playoff victories. The Owls set a school record by winning 83 games from 2000-2009. He was the at Garland when the Owls won the State Championship in 1999. He is a member of the Garland Sports Hall of Fame. Coach Jordan has worked as an in-house scout for the Dallas Cowboys for the last 28 years, where he has been a part of three Super Bowl champion teams. Jeff is currently the Director of Personnel for the University of Kansas Football Team.
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