Originally from London, England, I began to take golf seriously at the age of 14 – attaining my first handicap of 15 at the Drift Golf Club in Surrey. Over the next five years, I gave up soccer and golf became my life. While playing club golf, as well as county-level amateur golf, I got my handicap down to 0 by the age of 17 and continued to compete at a high level in national and international amateur events.
At the age of 19 I began to undertake my PGA training through the University of Birmingham and qualified in 2011 with a full degree in golf studies. It was after this that I discovered a passion for coaching and helping people to improve and develop their game. My coaching career began at Horton Park Country Club in Epsom, where I learned from some highly skilled coaches and developed my own coaching style, while continuing to play in South of England professional events. During my coaching career in the UK, I was selected to coach at the 2013 Open Championship Swing-Zone at Muirfield, Scotland. In addition, I ran many junior development programs.
Since moving to Australia in 2015, I was based at Big Swing Golf Melbourne as manager and head coach, where I quickly became one of the busiest coaches in Melbourne – giving lessons to over 700 clients in-person. I have since opened my own coaching facility in Yarraville to continue to offer the highest level of golf coaching possible.
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