If you had told me two years ago that I would gain 40 yards on my tee shots, by only doing short swing speed workouts a few times a week, I never would have believed you! I averaged 340 yards at my last Club Champion driver fitting.

I was born and raised in Austin, Texas and played junior golf for Anderson High School. I went on to play collegiately at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, where I won the Golden Horseshoe Intercollegiate as a freshman. I left the golf team after that year to focus on my physics degree and percussion.

While distance off the tee has never been an issue for me, I've gone from upper 160's mph ball speed to 191.8mph in less by using SuperSpeed and Mach3 tools and protocols. I am Mach3 instructor certified as well as SuperSpeed Level 3 certified. Soon to be Sportsbox 3DGolf certified as well.

There are so many similarities between golf instruction and science/math teaching. Most noticeably to me, there is a large gap between research and practice. I’ve devoted my life to narrowing the gap between how research says science class should be taught and how students are actually taught. Time to let me apply this to your golf game!