Head Golf Professional
C.P.G.A Class A
Richard has been a golf professional for 13 years, the last 10 as a Class A member. Growing up in the Tri-Cities and playing his junior golf at Pitt Meadows Golf Club, Richard developed a passion for the golf industry. As a graduate of the Professional Golf Management Program at Camosun College (1999), Richard brings a wealth
of knowledge and experience, from a green grass perspective apprenticing at Morgan Creek, working as an on-board teaching professional aboard a Carnival Cruise Lines and most recently at Golf Town as General Manager. It was through this big box environment that Richard found his calling in Management, leading by example and never missing an opportunity to develop and train staff. Richard is a passionate golf instructor and enjoys working with those who strive to improve.
Being a firm believer in fundamentals and working on the mechanics of the motion, Richard expects his students to practice often to instill good habits.
Although, he asks a lot from his students, every one of them will agree; it was worth it.
CPGA Teaching Professional
Scott was born in Banff, Alberta and raised in Lethbridge. He started golfing at age 14 at Henderson Lake Golf Club. He joined the Canadian P.G.A
at age 19 and began his teaching career at the Lethbridge Golf & C.C.
Over the next four years he also began to teach at the Lethbridge Community College. During that time he would make several trips out to Vancouver
to take part in Jack McLaughlin’s Golf school for Teaching Professionals at Shaughnessy Golf and C.C. It was there that he learned the majority of
teaching techniques that he has used over the last 25 years of teaching. It was also there that he fell in love with the west coast.
After attaining his class "A” status from the PGA of Canada, Scott left the Lethbridge Country club to move out west where he good play golf year round
and fulfill his dream of becoming a Head Professional.
This dream became a reality when he took over at the Pemberton Valley Golf and Country club. 15 years of living in Whistler Scott became very involved
in the local community. He organized a number of long standing charity golf tournaments that in that span of time rose over $100.000.00 for local charities.
He also won three separate Whistler Skins game titles.
C.P.G.A. Teaching Professional
Andy was born and raised in Korea. When he was sixteen, he was fortunate enough to have a good friend that we now all know – KL Choi, with whom he took
Andy turned semi pro in 1992 and then KPGA tour pro in 1996. After arriving in Canada in 2007, he obtained his CPGA membership.
With 25 years of golf experience and 19 years of teaching, he is confident he has the knowledge and techniques to improve your play no matter if you are a
or a seasoned pro.