Lee’s golf career began in London, ON at an early age and he is well known for his competitive grit and commitment to winning at Amateur, College, and Professional levels. Highlights include professional wins on the Great Lakes and Moonlight Tours, as well as at the college level. Lee won the RCGA Canadian University Championship at Kingswood Golf Club in Fredericton, NB where he took home the individual championship and Captained his team to the Team Championship. Lee also won three national championships individually at the CCAA’s, and is a member of the Humber College Athletes Hall of Fame. From there, he went onto compete in the World University Games on the prestigious Water Mill Golf and Gardens in Nakhonnayok, Thailand. Shortly after, Lee also appeared in Sports Illustrated as a ‘Player to Watch’ on the International stage. Beyond his Professional and College success, Lee has won many coveted Men’s Amateur events with highlights including the National Golf Club of Canada Men’s Amateur. He also competed in 5 Canadian Amateur Championships with a Quarter Final (match play) finish as his deepest run.
As a teaching professional, Lee’s known for working with all ranges of abilities. Groups, Juniors, Amateur Men and Women, Seniors, and Professionals. In particular, he’s known for keeping things simple, understanding the nuances of reading greens, course management, and the mental side of decision making.