I have been around the game of golf since I was able to walk. My dad would take me along to the local municipal course in Rexburg and let me putt and chip (with cut down clubs from a secondhand store). I started to take golf seriously during my junior year of high school where I qualified as an individual for the Idaho State Championship. I played in various Idaho Junior Golf Association tournaments, Rocky Mountain Junior Section tournaments, and The Dropping at Banbury. I competed in many State Amateurs, Idaho Mid-Amateurs, and the Nampa Amateurs. I served in the United States Marine Corps for four years as an infantry mortarman. When the opportunities arose, I found myself back at various golf courses on base in California and Hawaii. Having the opportunity to coach some of my fellow brothers how to enjoy the game was very rewarding to me and a great way to bond with them. Since being out of the Marines, I’ve had the opportunity to work at BanBury for the past two seasons helping with various junior programs. I love how quickly junior golfers can adapt and their willingness to learn. It’s incredible to watch them go from not being able to hold a club to seeing their eyes light up when they are able to hit the ball and enjoy their shots. I am also a Ping representative who aids in club fittings for courses throughout the state and region. I look forward to helping people enjoy the game of golf to the best of their abilities. Semper Fi!
Learn the basics
Have more fun on the course
Connect with golfers of similar skill
Connect with golfers of similar age
Improve your Short Game
Add 10 yards
Make the high school golf team
Prepare for Tournament Golf
Playing with disabilities
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