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Grant Gulych has been enjoying the game of golf for over 30 years.  Having started out playing on more of a social level it has rapidly progressed over  9 years.  Grant proceeded to take his game to the next level by winning a club championship and runner up the following year.  Grant’s game improvement was drastic, going from a 16 handicap to a 1 in just 4 years.  He attributes his quick improvement to hard work and practice all the while keeping the game fun.  He felt there was something missing in his knowledge of the game, so Grant drove to Las Vegas to caddy at the courses of the Big Break II (Royal Links, Stallion Mountain and Bali Hai) where he could practice and do what he loves to do…. help improve his clients golf game.  When he came back in the spring it was time to continue learning, but this time from the ground up…. literally.  Starting work on the grounds crew at a golf club in Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, further enhanced his love for the game but his main goal was still not reached until the next winter.
Grant felt it was the time to get certified to teach the game he loved for over half his life.  Not willing to wait until the next summer, Grant hopped on a plane to Orlando, Florida and attended the USGTF Certification course and learned how to teach golf.  After completing the course he was offered the Head Teaching Pro position at his home course. During the 4 seasons as the head instructor, Grant taught over 450 students of all levels of ability and conducted over 25 clinics.  (Adult, Junior, Putting, Chipping, Bunker, Swing, Set-up, etc.). In the spring of 2011 Grant opened 2 golf academies then mid summer a third location opened to dedicate 100% of his time to teaching. Grant’s passion continues to grow and his new goal is driving him to be the best instructor in this area while making the game fun for all students he teaches. In the fall of 2011 Grant completed the Masters course in Port St Lucie, Florida  as well as the Examiners course allowing him to teach future instructors on how to instruct golf. Playing on the Michigan/Ontario Golf Teachers Tour for the past 6 years, he has been elected as the MOGTT Ontario Tour Director.

Grants’ most recent playing achievements are:

Golf Teachers Cups

2019 U.S. Senior Teachers Cup 2nd Place, Sedona, AZ
2018 U.S. Senior Teachers Cup Champion, Niagara Falls, ON
2018 Canadian Senior Teachers Cup Champion, Niagara Falls, ON
2017 U.S. Senior Teachers Cup Champion, Las Vegas, Nevada
2015 World Cup Senior Champion, Orlando, Florida
2014 Canadian Teachers Cup Champion, Belleville, ON
2014 U.S. Teachers Cup, 8th, Las Vegas, Nevada
2013 U.S. Cup Champion, Tunica, Mississippi
2012 U.S. Cup, 10th, Boulder City, Nevada
2012 Canadian Teachers Cup 2nd Place, Burlington, ON


Kelly Cup

2018 Team Ontario Kelly Cup Champion
2017 Team Ontario Kelly Cup Champion
2014 Team Ontario Kelly Cup Champion
2013 Team Ontario Kelly Cup Champion
2010 Team Ontario Kelly Cup Champion

World Instructor Ranking

2010-2021 Ranked Top 100 Golf Instructors Worldwide
2019-2021 Ranked Top 50 Canadian Golf Instructors

U.S. Golf Teachers Cup Senior Championship

Grant Gulych of St. Thomas, Ontario, and Tour Edge Exotics staff player knows how to win. He is a past U.S. Cup, CGTF Cup Champion, World Cup Senior Champion, current USGTF Central Region Champion and 2017 United States Senior Cup Champion, among his many victories. He was the player to beat at the 2018 United States Senior Golf Teachers Cup, with the CGTF senior title also on the line. His first-round total of 71 was a remarkable round of golf, given the very wet and cold conditions. He drove the ball extremely straight and long with the Exotics XJ1 driver and was good for a threestroke lead over the ageless Bill Hardwick. Two-time U.S. Cup champion and 2003 World Cup individual champion Dave Belling was another two strokes back at 76. Past CGTF Cup champion and USGTF Central Region director Brent Davies was in at 78, with no one else in contention. Gulych was never threatened during the final round as he built his lead to seven strokes at the turn with the new CBX wedges which left him a few birdie putts of under 3 feet. It was all over but the shouting, because historically when Gulych grabs a lead, he is as tough as they come, almost always sealing the deal. And he did so again with a final round of 73, giving him a five-stroke victory over Hardwick. Gulych’s victory cemented his status at the top of the World Golf Teachers Federation among those playing in the senior division at these championships. “The final round started off competitive, and my goal was to stay down the middle, hit greens, and make putts,” said Gulych. “On the second hole of the day, I made a 30-foot birdie putt with the Exotics DG 5.1 putter, and I had a seven-shot lead at the turn.” Perhaps his strongest asset is his mental toughness. “I approach rounds like I’m playing with the guys on Sunday morning, and that relaxes me,” he commented after his victory. “It’s the reason I don’t get nervous.” Gulych also excels at the strategic part of the game. “I always figure if I do three things, don’t have penalty shots, don’t three-putt and don’t make double bogeys or worse – I have a great chance to win.” The new Tour Edge clubs this year (XJ1 Driver, CBX fairway wood, CBX hybrids, CBX Blades, CBX wedges and the DG 5.1 putter) gave me the confidence and consistency to meet my tournament goals. He also has great help from others that make his success possible. “I want to thank my wife Sharon for her encouragement and support, and Tour Edge Golf for sponsoring me and appointing me a staff player this year. I am looking forward to many more years with Tour Edge Exotics.”

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