Brandon has been golfing since the age of 9. His passion for the sport grew in the last four years when he chose to play competitively. In 2016, he competed in 16 tournaments. These ranged from a variety of regional zone, provincial and national competitions. He has had three wins and eight top three finishes. In July 2016, Brandon was on the Zone 2 Junior Golf Team competing at the BC Summer Games. In August 2016, he qualified and was invited to an International Players Competition in Jasper. In November 2016, he also qualified (top three Juvenile Order Of Merit in BC on the Maple Leaf Junior Tour) and was invited to an International Tournament in Phoenix.
Brandon is a member of a golf academy and trains all year round. During the golf season, March to October, he practices at the driving range, on the course and in the gym. November to February is spent fitness training and conditioning throughout the week. The game of golf is both physical and mental – requiring persistent dedication and Brandon embraces it. There is always room for improvement and Brandon continues to strive for excellence every chance he can. Understanding that his game pushes him to become a better golfer and person, Brandon is willing to make the commitment to succeed.
In 2017, he plans to compete again at the provincial, national and international level. Brandon is excited to see what he can achieve in the next two seasons before university. He challenges himself in every aspect of his training. He will continue to train with his golf coach, fitness trainers and manual therapy with Dylan Wiebe. Together, they will support Brandon in his future successes.