PGA of Canada Class A Professional
Scott has been involved with The Redwoods Golf Course since 1997 when he joined the Camp Redwoods Junior Instructional Program at the age of six. He continued through the junior development process until graduating from Walnut Grove Secondary School in 2008 when he received both golf and academic scholarships to Northwood University in West Palm Beach Florida.
During his collegiate career in Florida, Scott played for the nationally ranked Northwood Seahawks Golf Team where he won multiple individual tournament honours, and was named both Player of the Year and Conference Player of the Month. After receiving his Bachelors in Business Administration, Scott turned professional in 2012 and competed on professional tours in North America and Europe for the following years.
Scott joinged the PGA of Canada in January of 2016 as an Associate Professional at The Redwoods Golf Course. During his first year in the PGA of BC, Scott was named 2016 CFM (Assistant) of the Year for the Lower Mainland and was also named a Top 100 Professional for the PGA of BC.
Scott has been playing competitive golf since 2005; he has played and won on junior, amateur and professional tours around the world.
Scott is a specialist in the golf swing and the junior development process. "I relish the opportunity to help people of all skill levels enjoy the game I am so passionate about."
"I have seen golfers of all skill levels, right down to first-timers. I know I can help you because I've played at the level of golf you are now and the level of golf you want to play at. I have lived the struggles you are going through on the golf course and have found the solutions." -Scott
PGA Of Canada Teaching Professional
Brian Jung has been a Canadian PGA Professional since 2003, and obtained his Canadian PGA Class A in 2014. Throughout his training, Brian himself has been coached by some of America's Top 100 Golf Teachers.
He is a certified Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Golf Fitness Instructor level 1 and TPI golf instructor Level 2. He also has certifications as a Mind Factor Mental Coach, K-Vest, and Golf Biomechanics.
Brian has more than 100 students competing in major Canadian Junior Golf Tournaments and some of his junior students have even represented their countries internationally; he was even the head coach for the 2011 BCGA Lower mainland Boys Regional Camp.
His students have won over 80 division titles, including 2008 Royale Canadian Junior Girls Champion (No.1 In Canada), 2008 BC Juvenile Girls Champion, 2009 RCGA CN Western Ontario Boys Champion, 2010 BC Bantam Girls Champion, 2011 US Women's Open T-50, 2012 US Women's Open T-65, 2013 LPGA Safeway Classic T-35, 2014 CN Future links Prairie Championship Boys Runner Up, and 2014 NCAA Div. 1 Fall Season Women's order of merit Ranked No.1.
Brian has personally caddied for his players at events such as the LPGA US open, the Evian Championship, and the CN Pacific Canadian Open. He has also caddied a majority of the Qualifying School events for the PGA tour, the LPGA tour, the Canadian tour, and the China PGA tour.
Brian's ultimate goal is to help his students get noticed by colleges so that they can best choose the right fit for them academically and athletically. BJGA works closely with students and provides college placement guidance and support all while building champions one player at a time.
Brian is the only recruiting agent in British Columbia for Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy. His state-of-the-art computer and video equipment include Flight Scope, K-Vest, Bodi Trak. These all work in tandem to address specificities such as balance and uniqueness.
PGA of Canada Teaching Professional
Originally from Seoul, South Korea, David graduated from the University of Hanyang with a physical education degree. This degree covered topics such as sports science, sports psychology, coaching theory, training methodology, and teaching methods of sports.
Before coming to Canada, David started his golf career at the Rainbow Golf School in Seoul. He then spent two years in Sydney, Australia teaching and playing golf. In 2015 David joined the Canadian PGA and has since been helping golfers improve their game from the practice facilities at the Redwoods.
David's goal is to find as many new ways as possible to make learning fun; since every golfer is different, each of his students should be taught differently in a way that best suits them. His skill as a teacher comes from his understanding of several different methods, and his ability to identify the perfect method and style for each of his students.
"I think people need to be taught according to their own individual learning styles. Whatever your goal, I have a golf learning program to suit your needs" - David Park.
PGA of Canada Teaching Professional
Pete became a CPGA member in 2019 and he has been teaching golf since 2012.
Pete is experienced in teaching people of all ages, from juniors to adults, and also has expirence as a Club Manager & Master Club Fitter from Golftown Langley so you might even recognize him from there!
As a golf teacher, Pete strives to help his students achieve their playing goals:
“Whether you are looking to swing a club for the first time or improve the swing you already have, I welcome the opportunity to work with you.” -Pete Huh