Brad teaches golf in Durham, North Carolina, Raleigh, North Carolina, Henderson, North Carolina, and Pinehurst, North Carolina. He strives each day to improve himself as a teacher, through constant reading, writing, video viewing, swing analyzing, seminars, and peer interaction, realizing long ago that one can not ever know it all and there is always something new to learn. He takes the results his students achieve personally, feeling their highs and lows and has a genuine interest in their success.

Brad’s unique approach to improving his students’ golf scores is basic yet elegant. He uses a set of sequential one-hour weekly lessons to teach his students. Students are not overwhelmed with too much information. Practicing the skills is the student’s responsibility. You learn that you get out of the instruction what you put into  and how you choose to practice.

In May of 2000, Bradley broke off his right hand in an  auger accident. As a result, he has had to once again overcome the frustrations of the game of golf that most people experience regularly. He stresses the importance of patience and the mental side of the game and how a positive outlook can improve not only your golf game but your life as well.

In October 2018 Award winning news personality Bob Buckley did a short story Expert golfer teaches his skills to veteran who lost lower leg in Afghanistan

In October 2014 Brad was very fortunate to be interviewed by The Golf Channel:

2015 PGA of America National Awards Deacon Palmer Award Video:

Other Television interviews:

33+ Years of Teaching Experience in 3 Different Countries.

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