Brian grew up in Fullerton, California and began playing golf at the age of 15. After successfully competing in various Junior and Amateur tournaments, he attended The University of California, Santa Barbara. Upon arrival, he walked on to the Division-1 Golf Team where he would go on to receive many awards including First Team All-Conference honors. Brian also excelled in the classroom at UCSB, as he was named an Academic All-American. Upon graduation in 2010, Brian was hired as an Assistant Golf Professional at Candlewood Country Club in Whittier, California. At this time, he entered the PGA-Professional Golf Management Program. During his apprenticeship, Brian was promoted to First Assistant Golf Professional. After just two years as a PGA Apprentice, Brian completed the program and was elected to Class-A PGA Membership in 2012. In January of 2014, Brian joined Bella Collina to serve as the PGA Head Golf Professional. In his time away from the Club, Brian competes in Southern California PGA events, as well as Pro-Am events throughout Southern California.
Brian’s Teaching Philosophy – The key to improving your golf game is to first recognize your strengths and weaknesses. Once players understand their weaknesses, they must address what causes their particular symptoms. Brian helps his students understand the difference between cause and effect, allowing players to better self-correct their mistakes. Brian helps his students ‘be their own coach,’ by teaching them how to understand their feedback and apply correct adjustments when they make errors in order to achieve both short and long term results. All golf lessons with Brian include video analysis. Brian teaches golfers of all ages and skill levels.
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