About The Tour Player After just missing out on the USPGA Tour Michael found success on the Thai Saga Tour, finishing 27th on the Order of Merit and established a World Asia Ranking of 519. Turning the big 5-0, Michael can now qualify to play on the PGA Champions Tour. He continues to practice and stay healthy always giving him the opportunity to be ready. Their 1991 Ford Camper Van they named, “The Holy Roller” is their means of travel across the US and Canada. Michael also uses his gifts in public speaking to share his personal story and message to local churches, businesses, organizations and youth camps about what Golf and God have done in his life. Today the work of his ministry “Build A Game For Life” has become his main focus rather than playing professional golf. He sees that it is more important to serve God and bring the message of Jesus to the youth because for him, knowing Jesus has made all the difference in his own life The Mentor Through his experiences as a player and his time in Asia, Michael discovered what was missing in the teaching world and began developing his unique and innovative “Mind, Body, Balance” coaching program. The program was designed to create a strong mind, healthy body and balanced life. Using his own program he started to find a different purpose in his own life, his clients derived positive results both on and off the course. They found they were not only able to play golf with more consistency but they enjoyed playing the game more. And as their overall health improved, all facets of their life were impacted. He is passionate for helping his clients become more apparent over time and giving them a health and happier life become his missions work. His new program the Break 80 System is in beta development but will be available soon. The Athlete A naturally gifted athlete, Michael was destined for success, he only had to choose the sport… As a young teenager he won the silver medal for boxing in the Alberta Summer Games. By the time he had reached high school, he’d become a local hockey celebrity in his hometown of Lethbridge, Alberta Canada. Although the NHL appeared to be the path for him, he cast his skates aside when he stopped growing. A scratch golfer at 16 Michael, focused on golf. In 1996 his golf career looked bright when he missed US Open pre-qualifier by a shot. Shortly after, a freak accident left Michael with a broken wrist and shattered dreams. 5 different doctors prescribed surgery but with no promise of playing again, so he declined treatment and abandoned his plans to play golf. The All Round Man Michael isn’t just a great Golfer and Golf Coach but he’s also an avid Skier, Fly Fisherman and loves Hiking. He also trained in his early years as a Master Carpenter and still keeps his hand in doing various manual jobs for friends and family.