Trevor Moore was born in Vernon, BC and raised primarily in Medicine Hat, the youngest of 4 kids in his family. He says he was a “typical Canadian kid,”…hockey in the winter and golf in the summer. He gave up hockey to focus primarily on golf in late high school, preferring the individual nature of golf. As well as its incredible blend of mental and physical skill sets. Studying business at MHC he turned professional in 1994 as an assistant professional followed by a 5yr apprenticeship program provided by the PGA of Canada becoming a full fledged professional in 1999. Trevor ventured out on his own and went the non-traditional route of becoming a full time teacher and coach. Most professionals either play for a living or work at a club in a high level managerial role…“I knew neither option suited my personality and skill set.” So I started my own full time teaching academy (advantagegolf.ca) and now not only do I work with my private and group clients, but I also coach both the men’s and women’s teams at MHC, host golf tips on Shaw TV, freelance column writer, and work with a middle school sports academy (Notre Dame) to help young golfers develop both their golf and general physical literacy skills.
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