Tim currently coaches at three venues
, Plenty Views Golf Park an undercover, under lights state of the art facility, Rosanna Golf Club, a wonderful private club, located in Lower Plenty, that non members are welcome to have lessons at, and Growling Frog Golf Course. Tim in January 2021 was announced as the best golf coach in Victoria for 2020 as well as 2019
Tim has been Coaching basically full time, since 2010, along the way he has acquired 'Advanced ' coaching status in the PGA, Bio-Swing Dynamics Masters Instructor and is Level 1 and 2 in T.P.I certified in in Golf (Titleist Performance Institute) also Certified with Swing Catalyst. Boditrak certified in Ground mechancic's as well as Trackman Certified
Tim gets great enjoyment from bouncing ideas with other coaches, and has become great friends with World Golf hall of fame coach and 2016 PGA (USA)Teacher of the Year Award winner, Mike Adams, Tim is in constant contact with Mike, and stays with him yearly at his home in New Jersey.
Tim also recently spent 3 Days working with world renowned golf coach Butch Harmon at his Las Vegas base, the week before this years US Open.
( Butch coached Greg Norman and Tiger Woods to world number 1, and has recent major champions Dustin Johnson and Jimmy Walker as well) Tim has also worked a lot with American putting gurus Dave Stockton, James Seickman and Kevin Weeks just to name a few, not mention pick the Brains of Ian Baker Finch, Tom Watson, Charles Swartzel, Colin Montgomrie, Jason Dufner to name a few. in October 2019, Tim flew to Shanghai to present with Mike Adams, how to coach to 74 professionals from across Asia
Tim currently uses GC QUAD, SMART2MOVE DUAL FORCE PLATES, Flightscope X2 radar, Boditrack Tour Shift system, the Latest Sam Putt Lab 6 . For the mental game Tim uses the I-focusband with his clients.
Tim had a very successful pennant career with Rosanna Golf Club and was a senior club champion in 2000 and 2001 and the Heritage golf club in 2001, before doing a traineeship in golf in 2003-2005. It was during this period Tim's game took off, winning three state titles as a trainee, winning the QLD Championships in 2003 and 2004, tying greg Norman's record, and falling 1 shot short of breaking Greg Normans title of three in a row in 2005
Tim was inducted into the Victorian Institute of Sport in late 2003 after a breakthrough season, and remained in the V.I.S for 5 years.
Tim spent 2006 and 2007 applying his trade on the Australasian Tour and pro-am circuit in Australia, where he broke an Australia record with a record 10 pro-am wins in the 2007 season. He then qualified for the Canadian Tour in April 2007 with his confidence high, and set a record that year for scoring average.
He nearly won the 2007 NSW Open hitting the lead with 9 to play, before fading away, but used this experience and went onto win the NSW PGA in 2008, knocking off Peter Senior, Michael Long and Andre Stolz, for his breakthrough win at 16 under par, as well as a bunch of other top 10's
A few weeks later, at the Australian Open, Tim found himself on the difficult side of the draw, doing well just making the cut, before going 12 under his next 27 holes to hit the lead with 9 to play, before a disappointing 11th finish
After a big 2008, 2009 started out even better, Tim won the IFQ
( International Final Qualifying) putting him in the field for the 2009 Open Championship at Turnberry (or British Open as some know it) his first major
after a night of celebrating Tim was back on the road, and next up Tim finished 6 shots off the win at The European Tour Johnnie Walker Classic, in a star studded field, playing with Craig Parry and Colin Montgomerie in the last round, and finishing comfortably ahead of both
Tim was opening doors onto tours around the world, when injuries started to creep in, His next 2 events were on the Nationwide Tour, where a knee injury severely effected his game.
Tim took the next few months off, to rest his body ahead of the July Open Championship, where he headed back to Canada to Play a few warm up events, a 6th at the Vancouver Open an ideal warm up for the Open
After an incredible week at the Open,Tim missed the cut by 4 shots, unfortunately tee times of 4:07 pm and 11:07am meant Tim had the afternoon gale both days. It was a disappointing result but playing with Tom Watson, David Duval, Colin Montgomerie just to name a few did wonders
for Tim"s Confidence. His next event was the Montreal Open, where an Opening 65 blew the tournament apart, but that night, a recurring knee injury returned. Tim battled through the remainder of the season, with moderate success, before a new injury, an ankle injury popped up, after 3 months of no improvement Tim opted for Surgery, ruling out the 2010 and half of 2011. The operation went ok, but he lost the ability to point his toes in his left foot, and this effects maintaining posture through the ball, and playing off un even lies. In his time off during injury, it was Tims love for coaching that took off, with his client base growing
the thought of hotel food, missing friends and family, the 300 +nights a year in hotels didnt sound so appealing.
Tim has had some decent results since, but his body won't allow regular play. A top 10 in the NSW PGA, a 20 th, and a 21 st at the Australian Open just a few, but multiple knee operations since, have forced him to chase his love of coaching. Tim still holds an Australasian Tour card for 2016 but he barely tees it up, as his passion for his students has become his focus.
Tim has been a member of the
Australasian Tour From 2005-2016 Canadian Tour 2007-2011, One Asian Tour 2010-2012
partial status on European tour 2010 -Nationwide tour (web.com) 2009-2011