Brian has been a PGA member since 1994 and Golf Professional since 1991. Teaching golf is his passion – both the mechanical side and physical side. He has been teaching at Montclair Golf Club the last 10 years, home to an outstanding Junior Program that grows each season. He has been a certified trainer for ten years and many of his clients are golfers. All level of players can benefit from a fitness program tailored to their needs. Brian was named NJPGA Assistant of the Year in 2005 and NJPGA Junior Golf Leader in 2010.
Brian believes that the student learns by doing. If the ball is going to the right, he believes the proper question to ask is "what" made the ball go to the right, rather than "why." By replacing why with what, the student's learning process begins. Along with the student, Brian will first consider the clubface at impact and then the path on which the club was swinging. From there, it becomes a process of creating different shots, making the ball go left or right and high or low. By creating different shots the student learns faster. Brian works with all level of players and emphasizes the short game and scoring shots over the full swing.
“I have worked with Brian for over 10 years. Brian consistently strives to be current with his instruction and is constantly training himself to be better. He has incorporated TPI fitness into his teaching, which has made a tremendous difference in my game. He prides himself on his short game expertise and builds it into every student's lesson plan. My success is directly linked to Brian and I wholeheartly endorse him. ”
“Brian, Thanks so much for taking the time to look at my swing and make comments, especially the in video comments using the lines. It's clear to me after reading your comments and then watching the video back what you are talking about and what I need to work on. I'll work on the head movement as well as the initial move that I see clearly gets inside very quickly. Hope to send you revised video soon. Best, Mike”
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