- Bachelor of Commerce U of Saskatchewan 1982.
- Class A member of the PGA of Canada 1989.
Ken joined the association as an Apprentice under Don Ludwig at the Holiday Park G.C. in 1984. In 1989 Ken served as the provincial golf coach for the Saskatchewan Golf Association. In 1990 he and his wife Cathy, a course superintendent, left for Outlook to gain some experience. They found the town and the lifestyle to their liking and they are still there 29 years later. Their success at the Outlook Riverview G.C. is well know to the association’s members as they started and hosted one of the favourite events on the PGA of Saskatchewan Schedule in the Pro Pro Best Ball that ran until they retired in 2015.
At the same time Ken moved to Outlook, he started as the PGA of Saskatchewan Zone Executive Director and still serves in that capacity today.
He was awarded the Professional of the Year in 1994, the Bill Taylor Trophy in 2007, and has been a member of the Titleist Cup team on 13 occasions.
Ken is married – wife Cathy and has two children, son Robert who is a Journeyman Electrician and daughter Kendra who is a Doctor practicing Family Medicine. Both reside in Saskatoon
The most important fundamental in golf is balance. To achieve ones potential you must achieve mental, emotional and physical balance in performing the swing motion. Mental balance comes from understanding what you are trying to do. Emotional balance comes from the consistent application of what you are trying to do. Physical balance is achieved from connecting the correct starting position to the correct finishing position.
If you are out of balance in any of these areas you cannot reach your full potential. Therefore it isn’t so much what we do, but knowledge of what you are trying to do, that is important. The best way to receive that knowledge is from a qualified PGA Professional.