Andy became a KPGA Professional in 2000 and started teaching golf to all skill level in Seoul Korea. Andy majored in Physical Education and holds a Physical Education coaching certificate. Andy owned and operated the Hyundai Golf Academy in Korea and has taught over 10,000 hours of instruction.
Through his career, Andy gained broad skills such as teaching, relationship, and communication skills. His philosophy is that no matter what level of golfer, “having fun” should be the number 1 priority while learning and playing. In order to enjoy the game of golf, each student must have a sound understanding of the basic fundamentals.
"Through drills and through proper practice, players can build a more consistent swing by improving their movement patterns. It is important for my students to understand what is causing them to do something wrong so they can take the necessary steps to fix it. It does not matter if you are a beginner or a professional, golf should always be fun."