Ralph Bauer Golf

Experienced based coaching

Caddying/Coaching in the Olympics. Having Coached at over 100 PGA Tour events nothing compared to the experience of living in the athletes village for 8 days. Olympic Athletes: very positive, enjoy competition, respect need for coaching, accept results as a by-product of their preparation and really enjoy training.

About Ralph

I am a full time golf coach whose students have won 25 Golf Association of Ontario Provincial Championships. I currently  coach 5 PGA Tour Players and get to travel to over 20 PGA Tour events a year to support them in various capacities (Kyle Stanley, Adam Hadwin, Nick Taylor, Lucus Glover and Graham DeLaet). I have spent well over 10,000 hours coaching players at a scratch or below level and am completely committed to helping assist in the development of  committed players. It's a bit of an estimate but I have watched, analyzed and provided feedback on over 1,000,000 shots for players who were scratch or below. Helping golfers has been a lifelong passion and I am constantly trying to get better at it. 

My students have received scholarships to among others: Harvard, Michigan, Houston, Lamar, NC State etc. and have won numerous NCAA tournaments, PGA Tour events etc. I have been lucky to have coached players at so many cool events; The Olympics, The Presidents Cup, Masters, US Open, every WGC event, all but two PGA Tour events (haven't gone to Memphis or Hawaii yet), Q-School, (all 3 stages), web.com finals, Cdn Tour, Cdn Am, NCAA, Cdn Jr, etc.

I love golf and always have, I grew up playing a 9 hole golf course in Turkey Point, Ontario and with the help of my parents and my Head Professional I was introduced to Junior Golf events which I had so much fun preparing for and competing in. I was lucky enough to earn a golf scholarship to a Div. 2 school and after winning 5 events there and being ranked as high as #2 in Ontario Amateur year end rankings I transfered to, at the time the 2nd ranked team in Div. 1 which again was alot of fun and a tremendous learning experience.

After a brief and unremarkable professional career I turned my attention towards coaching, my main goal with my coaching career is to provide my players with a sustained competive advantage. 

I have had so much training both formally and informally over the past 20 years and am proud of my time as Assistant Coach for Canada's National Men's team. The opportunity to Coach in the Olympic Games and to spend 8 days in the Athletes Village was an amazing experience for a Coach. To summarize what I learned at the Games: Olympic athletes are very positive, they enjoy training, they look forward to competition, they respect coaches and accept results as a by-product of their training. I am a life-long learner and continue to absorb any information that impacts our performance.

In my spare time I coach soccer and hockey, like to golf, run and I enjoy any activity that has a paddle and water, I am so proud to be a Canadian.