Brian Powers, PGA comes from a background of sports growing up playing baseball and football very successfully at the high school level, becoming one of the best high school athletes in Southern California in the early 1990's. He transitioned into golf after suffering a career ending throwing shoulder injury while playing college baseball thereafter. He would eventually graduate from UCSB with a Business Economics degree in the late 1990's. He turned professional at golf in 2003 and played on the Pepsi professional golf tour here in Southern California mostly between 2007-2008 where he had numerous wins and many high finishes. However, he never pursued a life on the bigger tours since (according to Brian) although teaching golf is his career and he loves it and is real good at it, playing golf is still a great hobby for him and he wants it to stay in perspective that way. Brian also prefers the simple life of a teaching pro because (according to him) he gets more joy knowing his students succeed in their playing endeavors than even him in his own and he enjoys being close to home, friends and family, playing golf regularly with his buddies and not living out of hotel rooms 9 months of the year. His career low round is a 61 at North Ranch Country Club In Thousand Oaks, CA.