“It’s all about my love of the game. It’s why I play and it’s why I coach—I just want to help others learn to love golf like I do.”
Through Braeden’s personalized, creative training approach, clients come to understand themselves and their game in a deeper way, gain confidence, improve technique and find greater success on the course.
As a coach, Braeden takes an intuitive, personalized, problem solving approach to understand your physiology and who you are as a player and then uncover and address what has been holding you back.
Using the latest in 3D technology, Braeden is able to identify underlying issues faster and use the data to target them specifically.
“I don’t believe in magic bullets or a one-size-fits-all approach—we’ll work together to figure out exactly what you need to achieve your goals.”
Braeden uses his experience and skills to work with passionate and motivated players at all skill levels, from complete beginners to touring professionals.
Growing up in Muskoka, Braeden was surrounded by some of the greatest courses in the country and discovered a passion for golf at an early age. After high school, he pursued a college career in Division 1 golf at UNC Charlotte, where he was a first team all-conference player. At the time of his graduation with a degree in psychology, Braeden was ranked a Top 10 Amateur in Canada.
Braeden’s professional career launched in the summer of 2014, when he earned PGA Tour Canada status. Around this time, he was also named Assistant Coach to the UNC Charlotte Men’s Golf Team. Over the course of that year, Braeden worked with the team as they made their way from 69th in the fall ranking to qualifying for the NCAA postseason, defeating powerhouse teams like Stanford and Florida State, to finish Top 25 at National Championships.
“I strongly recommend Braeden as a coach to any level of player. He has a knack for finding ways to communicate what he wants me to do in a simple way. He personalizes everything to help you improve in the aspects of the game that you need the most help in.”
Head Coach at UNC Charlotte
This experience set Braeden on a path towards a rewarding and fulfilling career in teaching. He continued to hone his skills as an elite junior coach at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario.
Then, Braeden sustained an injury which dramatically impacted his game. Determined to overcome it, he set out on a personal quest to learn more about why it happened, what he could learn from it and how to use those personal learnings to help other golfers avoid pain and injury. Braeden sought out Mark Bull and acquired his Bull3D Motion Capture System.
With that system, Braeden uncovered a way he could use performance testing and data to develop better, personalized and ultimately much more effective programming for himself and others. Technology has become an important part of his approach to golf and coaching and Braeden continues to expand his knowledge and add to his roster of tools and techniques.