Teaching Golf is my passion and is the heart of what guides my instruction. My teaching is based on research, observation, experience, and study in M.O.R.A.D. Theory. The learning process and teaching process can best be learned and enhanced by the demonstration and understanding of what the best players do best and do most in common. My Teaching and playing experience is highlighted by attendance of M.O.R.A.D. Schools and continuous education under the direction of Mac O’Grady.
- PGA, Class A Member
- KOREA PGA Member (KPGA)
- NY Long Island Univ. Master Degree
- 2011 US OPEN Sectional Qualifyer
- 2010 Member of M.O.R.A.D School
- 2009 NCPGA Member of North Cup Team
- 2009 The Korea Times Columnist
- 2010 HanMi Radio Golf Columnist
- 2010 The Korea Daily Columnist
*The M.O.R.A.D. investigation of the golf swing began in March 1984. It was researched and funded by Mr. Mac O'Grady. M.O.R.A.D. explains and evaluates the sequence of movements of Sam Snead, Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus and many other players. The M.O.R.A.D. model is about 80% Sam Snead and 20% Ben Hogan, the short game models are based on Seve Ballesteros and Jack Nicklaus for putting. M.O.R.A.D.'s objective was simple to independently examine the biomechanics of the golf swing that governs the golf balls direction, trajectory and distance. M.O.R.A.D stands for mankind's objective research and development.