Brandon is a product of the modern day Golf pathway. During a successful amateur career, some of his most notable achievements were: winning his first Ivo Whitton event at 15, 2 State Age Championships and eventually being a part of 2 Victorian Junior Under 19 State Teams. He captained the 2007 side. Brandon was a part of the Victorian Men’s State Squad the following few years and at the same time held a 3 year scholarship to the exclusive Victorian Institute of Sport. At age 22 Brandon turned professional via the Asian Tour Qualifying School. Through here he qualified to participate in the Asian Tour Development System. Brandon has a wealth of experience from playing professional tournament golf all around the world. Given his time at Victorian Institute of Sports, he was able to learn how to get the best out of golfers from the best coaches, biomechanists and strength and conditioning facilities in the world. Brandon’s coaching philosophy is simple. He will get the best out of each of his students by enhancing their own unique style. “All golfers are different. No two swings are the same. However, the better players find a way to efficiently get the ball around the course. My goal is for my students to feel confident stepping up on the first tee and hitting a particular shot autonomously.” Brandon has a keen understanding for strength and conditioning and the biomechanics of the golf swing. “The modern day game is revolved around power and courses are getting longer. Statistics suggest there is a correlation between winning events and driving distance, therefore learning how to get the most out of your body is paramount for success at every level.” Being regarding as a very long hitter himself, Brandon will definitely be assured to gain you an extra few metres off the tee by optimising your ball flight and increasing your club head speed via use of modern day biomechanics.