- Joined Grayhawk Learning Center in 2009
- Graduate of the prestigious Victorian Institute of Sports
- Former Australasian Tour player
- Former Korn Ferry Tour player
- Golf Digest’s “Best Teachers in Your State”
- Instructor to VIP clients ranging from princesses to presidents
- Ranked among Golf Digest’s “Best Teachers in Your State”
- Expert with video swing analysis
Andrew has been involved with the great game of golf for more than 35 years, dating back to junior and amateur golf in Australia as well as four years of training at the prestigious Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS). Led by internationally acclaimed instructors Steve Bann and Dale Lynch, VIS’ golf program combines state-of-the-art technology with hands-on instruction, practice, playing, mental game and fitness to develop champions. After a successful amateur career, Andrew played professionally on the Australasian and Asian Tours, before moving to the United States to play on the Korn Ferry Tour.
In 2009 Andrew turned his full attention to teaching. With a keep-it-simple approach to consistent ball striking and lower scores, Andrew offers individual, group and playing lessons customized for beginners, juniors, adults and even PGA TOUR players such as Kevin Streelman, Si Woo Kim and five-time major champion Phil Mickelson.
“The core of my teaching regimen is to understand your goals, then, accurately identify and correct the underlying cause of the swing fault while enhancing the best components of your natural swing,” said Andrew. “We simplify the mechanics, so you can play with more confidence and consistency, lower your scoring, and get more enjoyment from the wonderful game of golf.”
In his teaching experience Andrew observed that most swing issues have a “simple fix,” regardless of golfers’ level of play. Add the desire and ability to implement the fix – along with a healthy dose of patience – and the conditions are set to “achieve positive results as a better, happier golfer shooting lower scores.”
“Golf is a lifetime sport, so today is always the right time to begin improving your game!”