Meet The Team

We’re a small group of devoted golf coaches, semi-pros, and enthusiasts who find joy in sharing what we’ve learned about our wonderful sport with others.

We’ve banded together to serve all levels of golfers. So whether you’re a beginner nervously figuring out which club you need for your next shot, a veteran looking to knock your handicap down a little, or just a casual player . . . we’re here to help you play better golf.

And better golf means more enjoyable golf!

Meet The Team 1
Ray Dingledine

Senior Golf Writer

Ray has been playing golf for 35+ years, including being part of his High School and College golf teams.
While he still enjoys playing in amateur tournaments, Ray now focuses on growing the game of golf through teaching and coaching.

He has two sons that both play golf competitively and loves spending time watching them compete.

Ray continues to play in local amateur golf events and currently has a +1 handicap.

Read Ray’s articles here

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Neil Hay

Senior Golf Writer


Golf has been a passion of mine for over 30 years. It has brought me many special moments including being able to turn professional.

Helping people learn to play this great game was a real highlight especially when they made solid contact with the ball and they saw it fly far and straight!

Injury meant I couldn’t continue with my professional training but once fully fit I was able to work on and keep my handicap in low single figures representing my golf club in local and regional events.

Being able to combine golf with writing is something I truly enjoy. Helping other people learn more about golf or be inspired to take up the game is something very special.

Read Neil’s articles here

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Clint McCormick

Senior Golf Writer


After graduating from the Professional Golf Management program in Palm Springs, CA, Clint moved back to Toronto, Canada, where he turned pro and became a Class ‘A’ member of the PGA of Canada.

He then began working at some of the city’s most prominent country clubs. While this was exciting, it wasn’t as fulfilling as teaching, and Clint made the change from a pro shop professional to a teaching professional. Within two years, he was the Lead Teaching Professional at Toronto’s busiest golf instruction facility.

Since then, Clint has stepped back from the stress of running a successful golf academy to focus more on the fun side of the game.

He now enjoys helping golfers choose the right equipment through valuable testing and research and improving their game by raising their golf IQ. Ironically, he plays more golf now than he ever did when working at a golf course.

Read Clint’s articles here