From 1986 to 1992, John successfully competed on international golf tours in Canada, Australia, Europe, Asia, South Africa and the United States.


Along with several professional victories, career highlights include a career low 62 in a professional event in Melbourne, Australia. John’s professional career ended in 1992.


Before turning professional he was one of Canada’s top amateur and junior golfers. He was a full scholarship athlete at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.


John leverages the many positive characteristics developed in the process of becoming a world-class athlete – confidence, discipline, focus, self-awareness, resilience, competitiveness, work ethic, to give his clients unique insight and perspective. John’s personal path of self-discovery in the development of his career as a professional athlete has been the building block for John to understand high performance first-hand – and the feelings associated with it – thereby having empathy for others in similar, high performance environments. The unique combination of a successful professional sports career, education in sport psychology, performance psychology, neuroscience, communication, leadership and executive coaching, along with a proven performance model tested over time – enables John to elevate performers to new levels of human performance.