Director

Bradlee Ryall

Director

Bradlee Ryall has built his award-winning golf instruction programs on his own global experience and a drive to innovate how the game is taught and experienced. In his early days at the David Leadbetter Golf Academy in Florida Bradlee studied and trained with some of the most recognized golf instructors in the world. Bradlee offers fully customized personal, group or corporate golf lessons. He specializes in working with gifted junior golfers aspiring to play competitively at both the collegiate and professional level. Read Bradlee's full history here.

Manager of Business Development

Graham Russell

Manager of Business Development

Graham has worked at Bradlee Ryall Golf for over seven years as its Business Manager. He graduated from Niagara College with a diploma in Professional Golf Management and Sales/Marketing. Through the partnership with Kaneff Golf he now oversees day-to-day operations at five Kaneff Golf Academies across Southern Ontario and continues to pursue his passion for the game, as well as for building strong customer relationships.

Teaching Professional -Lionhead Golf & CC

Rebecca Lee-Bentham

Teaching Professional -Lionhead Golf & CC

One of Canada's top female golf professionals who has played on the LPGA Tour since 2012. Rebecca now brings her global experience and pedigree to the Bradlee Ryall Golf Academies and is excited to share her knowledge and experience with you. Rebecca will be the Head Coach for our female Junior High Performance Program and will be the feature attraction for your Corporate Experience.

Rebecca was one of Canada's top junior golfers winning the Canadian Junior Championships in 2009.   Rebecca went on to receive a full scholarship to the University of Texas and won the Canadian Women's amateur championship in 2011.  Rebecca became the youngest Canadian female to ever receive a full LPGA tour card in 2011 and was the LPGA Q-School medalist in 2012.

PGA of Canada Instructor - Lionhead Golf

Chris Rew

PGA of Canada Instructor - Lionhead Golf

Chris is a rising star amongst golf instructors in Ontario. Chris has built his knowledge of the golf swing by studying some of the best teaching professionals in the world and has personally been taught by some of the most influential teachers in Canada. Chris is  a graduate from the Humber College Professional golf Management program, and he is currently a Class "A" member of the PGA of Canada. Chris still maintains a high level of golf competing against the top professionals in Ontario and an provide great mentorship in helping students achieve their goals.  The Best part of chris is his personality, he is always happy and willing to help and is a fan favourite here at the Bradlee Ryall Golf Academy.

Head Teaching Professional - Royal Ontario Golf Club

Scott Bogle

Head Teaching Professional - Royal Ontario Golf Club

Scott Bogle joins the Bradlee Ryall Golf professional team in 2017 after teaching and coaching at some the finer golf courses in the GTA. Scott looks forward to bringing his passion of growing the game, developing innovative programs for all levels of golfers, and sharing his knowledge and experience in the game.

A PGA of Canada member since 2000, Scott’s patient demeanor coupled with his attention to detail and desire to help every student, ensures a high level of instruction. His focus is for all students to develop strong fundamentals, have an improved swing motion and for them to become their own ‘coach’ on the golf course.

Scott plays competitively and has won numerous professional events, has competed in the PGA Tour Canadian Open, PGA Tour Canada events, and in 2008, was named the PGA of Ontario Player of the Year. This professional experience has helped him with his coaching and understanding the mental side of the game. He prides himself on always learning better ways to communicate his skill and passion, and make the game easier and more enjoyable.

Keegan Cheverie

PGA of Canada Instructor - Lionhead/Royal Ontario

Keegan J.Cheverie, PGA of Canada Class “A” teaching Professional at Royal Ontario Golf Club has been working in the golf industry for over 15 years. Cheverie has held pretty much every position at a golf club including starting his career as a summer student shining shoes in a locker room at a prestigious country club.

For the past 10 of these years he has enjoyed teaching golfers of all skill levels and ages. Cheverie has a passion for seeing his students improve as an overall golfer and not try to teach a “perfect swing”. By creating a comfortable learning environment students are more able to make mental changes which Cheverie believes are needed before long term physical changes can be made. He is very happy to join the Bradlee Ryall/Kaneff golf instruction team after previously working at Lambton Golf and Country Club, Oakdale Golf and Country Club and Scarlett Woods Golf Course in Toronto.

Cheverie also believes in giving back to the game of golf and volunteers with an award winning program called the Islington Community Golf Association which provides free golf instruction and dinner each week to kids from an “at risk” neighborhood in Toronto. The Toronto Police Service, Board of Education and PGA of Canada professionals are all involved in the program.

Mike White

PGA of Canada Teaching Professional - Royal Ontario

• Born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario
• Turned professional in 2015
• PGA of Canada Candidate for membership
• Niagara College Professional Golf Management – 2014-2017
• Century Pines Golf Club Assistant Professional from 2015- 2016
• Bradlee Ryall/Kaneff Academies Teaching Professional from 2016- Present

Teaching Philosophy

As an instructor it is important to build a connection with the student on a personal level and to create short and long-term goals. It is my role to ensure students understand what is being taught to fully utilize their golf swing. There is no right or wrong way to swing the club, every player is capable of developing a repetitive golf swing. It is important to learn the main techniques of the golf swing and then find out how to make their swing the most efficient it can be.