A Frederick County native, Don Frost began his golfing career very early and was soon recognized as an outstanding golfer by qualifying three years for the Maryland State High School Championship. Attending Frederick Community College, Frost was a two-year no. 1 player, a starting golfer for the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, and won the Maryland Pro-Am Tournament. Turning pro in 1988, Frost played three years on the Florida Pro-Mini Tour. He began teaching golf in1992; in 1996, he became the Clustered Spires Head Professional and has given more than 16,000 golf lessons. In 2000, Frost was named the top golf instructor in the Mid-Atlantic region and has been nominated five times for Mid-Atlantic Professional Teacher of the Year. He is known in the golf world as the best teaching professional in the game of golf.