Chris Karamitsos is a golf specialist in the firm's Tampa, Florida office. He is the co-founder of the National Golf and Resorts Group for Marcus & Millichap and has been a member of the PGA of America since 1995.
Mr. Karamitsos has worked in nearly every facet of the golf industry since 1990 and has played competitively since 1989. He has served in a managerial/consulting capacity for golf course owners and developers throughout his career. Mr. Karamitsos has worked at golf facilities as a Head Golf Professional, Director of Golf and General Manager. He founded the Karamitsos Golf Academy, Sigma Golf Management Inc., Millennium Golf Ventures Inc. and served as the Junior Golf Chairman of the North Florida PGA from 2004-2009.
Since 2005, Mr. Karamitsos has been involved in over $150,000,000 in commercial transactions. He has been the editor of several golf publications, the featured instructor for PGA Magazine and the St. Petersburg Times and is the author of School Golf – A Teacher's Manual. Mr. Karamitsos has been the recipient of numerous awards from the PGA of America and served on the executive boards of the North Florida PGA and the First Tee of Clearwater.
Chris Karamitsos graduated from St. Leo University in 1986 after having been awarded an ROTC scholarship. His degrees include a B.A. in Political Science, International Relations, Military Science and minor degrees in English and History.
West Coast Editor, Florida Golf Central Magazine 2006 – present.
Columnist/Editor, Lihn's Golf Guide 2001 – 2005
Author, School Golf: A Teacher's Manual, Millennium Golf Press, ©2001
Contributing Instructor, PGA Magazine, 1995
Horton Smith Award, North Florida PGA, West Central Chapter, 2008
Junior Golf Leader, North Florida PGA, 2006
Assistant PGA Golf Professional of the Year, North Florida PGA, West Central Chapter, 1996
Nominee, PGA Teacher of the Year, 1995
License: FL: SL3103884