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Early Influences

As a junior golfer, Brett received instruction from historic professional golfer and Major champion, Johnny Revolta at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, CA. Brett later received instruction from Barry Jaeckel, PGA Tour Player.

Inspired to pursue a career as a professional golfer, Brett moved from Park City Utah after college, to Los Angeles to work with Gregg McHatton. Gregg became one of the very first authorized instructors of Homer Kelley’s <seminal> book, The Golfing Machine, and earned the status of G.S.E.D. (Golf Stroke Engineer Doctor). The Golfing Machine was written over a 30 year period and was the first ,<essential instruction method> to solely apply the science of geometry and physics to the golf swing. Over the years, the book would produce many champion golfers influenced by the author’s concepts and principles. Bryson DeChambeau, the 2015 U.S. Amateur Champion, and the 2017 PGA Tour winner, is the latest to hail the book’s concepts and meanings. Brett became certified to teach The Golfing Machine in 1991.

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