Colin's first golf experience was the age of 15 when a neighbour invited him to hit golf balls into a pasture. Colin quickly got the knack and realized this was something he could be good at. He then got a job at the local golf course cleaning carts in the evening so that he could play golf in the morning and afternoon. That was when he decided he would make a career out of this game and enrolled in the Professional Golf Management Program at Georgian College. Colin turned Professional in 2010, and feels that if he can teach himself to play golf, he can teach anyone. Colin believes in working with each of his students individually to use their natural abilities. He realizes that every person is different and requires different "swing keys" to make what they do work.
Ryan has been around the game of golf since the age of 4 when his parents put him in a junior lesson program. Ryan played casually growing up becoming a member of the local club as well as beginning work there at the age of 13. It wasn’t until High School Ryan got serious about playing golf and after a school project that required him to research a career that interested him, Ryan realized he wanted to become a golf professional. After High School Ryan started the Professional Golf Management Program at Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton. Ryan will never try and model your swing after someone else, each person’s swing is unique. Ryan will find what works for you and build your swing from there. Ryan turned professional in 2009.
Originally from Melbourne, Australia Cam grew up wanting to be a professional golfer after his first round of golf at the age of 15 at Albert Park Golf Course. Practicing daily, hitting hundreds of balls as well as playing 18 to 36 holes a day year round at The Eastern Golf Club, he brought his handicap down to zero in just 2 years. Cam was a successful junior golfer, playing in Junior Invitational events, State and National Junior Amateur Championships as well as playing Pennant Golf for The Eastern Golf Club.
At the age of 20 and on the verge of turning professional and working in the industry or trying to play on tour life started to lead Cam down a different path. After almost 20 years away from the game he only began playing competitively again in 2010 upon moving back to Canada where he had already spent several years as a child in North Bay, Ontario and Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Cam bartended in the clubhouse and worked in the Pro-Shop at the famed H.S. Colt designed Hamilton Golf & Country Club in Ontario between 2010 – 2012 where he eventually turned professional. 2012 saw Cam successfully pass the 36 hole in one day CPGA-PAT (Playing Ability Test) with a score of 147 on his first attempt at Cambridge Golf Club in Ontario. He had at long last realized a childhood dream and was passionately looking forward to the journey as a Pro.
While still maintaining a very good golf game and competitive profile since turning pro, Cam has realized that his path in golf is directly linked with teaching and growing the game, especially to Juniors. Click Here for Lesson Package Pricing.
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