|Current Golf Facility:||GOLFTEC Calgary Midnapore|
|Member Classification:||Candidate for Membership|
Grew up in the small town of Carlyle, Saskatchewan and graduated from Gordon F Kells high school with honours. Attended the university of Regina and obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration, Accounting degree. In the Spring of 2014 I successfully completed my zone PAT to become a PGA of Canada member. For five summers I was employed at Golf Kenosee in Saskatchewan with one year of experience as an Assistant Professional, and two as Assistant Pro Shop Manager. Upon moving to Alberta, I spent the summer of 2015 working as the Assistant Professional at Rivers Edge Golf Club in Okotoks, Alberta. On November 15th, 2015 I made the move to GOLFTEC Calgary Midnapore and continue to work as a teaching professional. In 2012 and 2013 I successfully qualified for the Canadian Mens Amateur championships to represent Saskatchewan. In my first year as a professional I finished 5th in the PGA championship of Saskatchewan and competed in the PGA of Canada Assistants National Championships.
|Q. What do you enjoy most about the game and the business of golf?|
Meeting the great people of our industry.
|Q. What or who influenced you in becoming a Golf Professional?|
Kyle Mulligan, my former head professional at Golf Kenosee.
|Q. What would you be doing if you weren’t a Golf Professional?|
Working for an accounting firm.
|Q. What is your favourite golf course in the world?|
|Q. Who is your favourite PGA Tour player?|
|Q. What is the first club you take out of your bag on the driving range?|
|Q. What is the most number of holes of golf you have played in one day?|
|Q. What is your career low round and where did you shoot this score?|
66, have shot this score six times at Golf Kenosee. Couldn
|Q. What significant accomplishments are you most proud of?|
Obtaining my business degree from the University of Regina.
|Q. What other interests, hobbies and passions can you share?|
I was always playing sports growing up. Mainly golf, hockey, baseball or curling.