“No matter how good you get you can always get better, and that’s the exciting part.”
After my grandfather introduced me to golf as a child, I quickly became obsessed with being the best. Between working on my mechanics, refining strategies, and staying calm under pressure, there was always more to learn. I was hooked! At age 12, I started competing in tournaments and dreamed of playing on the PGA Tour.
As I matured, the direction of my journey started to change. I attended the University of British Columbia on a golf scholarship and studied the human body. After graduating in 2011, I turned professional. I competed full-time for five seasons, winning many mini-tour events and qualifying to play on the PGA Tour Canada. Over time, I realized that winning isn't my greatest motivation. Rather, I love playing golf because I love to learn and improve.
This desire to always do better is why I instruct. I love helping others develop their skills as much as I love working on my own game. Thanks to a lifetime of studying golf, I help students see the game clearly, and show them how to progress more efficiently. And because of my experience competing, I successfully guide students from training together to smartly playing alone on the golf course.
I started playing golf more than 20 years ago. There is still more to learn and I am still hooked! I have moved from just playing my own game to now sharing my knowledge. It is a privilege to join my students in their quests to practice and improve, and I am excited to continue this journey with you.
UBC Bachelor of Human Kinetics
PGA of Canada Class A
Scott Cowx Anatomy Toolbox Certified Instructor
Dr. Kwon Certified (Level 2)
Over 20 professional tournament wins
2020 and 2021 PGA of Ontario Player of the Year
Former PGA Tour Canada Member
Member of Team Canada - 2011 Universiade in China
UBC Golf Team Captain
Competitor in Canadian, US, British, and Scottish Amateur Championships