We are proud members of the PGA of Canada. We recognize the important role we play in the development of our athletes and will always strive to embrace these core values;
Learning, Accountability, Respect, Integrity.
Sean Casey has spent the last twenty seasons providing instruction at The Glen Abbey Golf Academy and was the Director of Instruction for the past fourteen years. Sean was recently honoured as 2020 Coach of the Year by the PGA of Ontario.
In 2016, Sean was honoured as the Teacher of the Year for Junior Golfers by the PGA of Ontario. In 2011, Golf Digest named Sean as one of the top four prominent teachers in Canada and in 2009 he was honored as the “Teacher of the Year” by both the PGA of Ontario and Canada.
Sean was fortunate to work closely with Sean Foley at Glen Abbey for his first six years at Glen Abbey and credits Foley for having the greatest influence on his approach to coaching. Sean is most passionate about developing and supporting his competitive junior golfers and graduates of his program currently playing NCAA Collegiate Golf. Sean has been the featured instructor in SCOREGolf Magazine eight times and has provided coaching support to the CJGA National Teams since 2007.
Sean joined the PGA of Canada in 1998 as an apprentice, graduated from the University of New Brunswick's Business Administration Program in 2000 and became a Class 'A' member of the PGA in 2001.
Sam is the Head Coach for Sean Casey's U15 and 'Learn to Compete' programs. He believes in a holistic approach to the game and understands the many influences on performance. Sam worked closely with Sean for many years, as a member of his U19 Competitive Coaching Program.
Following his junior career he played for the University of Ottawa Men’s Golf team. Through Sam’s playing experience he understands the mental and physical challenges of the game and the processes necessary to improve.
Prior to turning professional and joining the PGA of Canada, Sam won his Club Championship in back to back years. Sam spends his spare time writing and researching all things golf on his golf blog. In the summer months, Sam runs the junior programs and his private coaching services out of Hidden Lake Golf Club in Burlington.
John co-runs Sean's Learn to Compete program, as well as the Linksters program. Having been a member of both the U15 and U19 programs at Glen Abbey, he recognizes the importance of instruction and structured practice. He attributes much of his own success in golf to the years in these programs and the skills he developed from them.
As a former NCAA division 1 golfer he had the opportunity to play with and learn from some of the best players in the world. He intends to draw on his playing experience in order to help others improve and excel.
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