Since he first began picking up the stray golf balls at his driving range at age fourteen, Aaron and golf have been inseparable. Aaron progressed rapidly from stray ball collector, to golf pro shop apprentice, where he was mentored about the physics of the golf swings and the inter-workings of golf equipment.
As his career evolved, Aaron received his certification from the U.S.G.T.F. (United States Golf Teaching Federation) and moved to Pittsburgh where he spent 12 years working in a pro-shop in Oakmont, PA. He was able to learn the ins and outs of custom club fitting, as well as further craft his golf instruction skills.
As time went on, Aaron took notice of inaccuracies with the traditional methods being practiced.
- Why are all female golfers automatically being fitted with a ladies flex shafts and clubs that are lower in quality?
- Why are lessons a half hour instead of an hour?
- Why aren’t playing lessons included in lesson plans?
- Why aren’t pros invested in their students success?
Aaron couldn’t help but recognize that he could improve the way golfers choose their clubs and learn to play, so he set out to do just that.