Patrick has been a resident of the Antelope Valley for 33 years. Patrick played golf in high school locally at Highland High School where he holds the school record for Golden League play shooting a 69. After playing in high school, Patrick played competitively on the collegiate level and helped lead the Palomar Comets to a conference championship in 2006. After playing collegiately, Patrick became a USGTF level 3 Certified Golf Professional and was awarded Low Medalist after finishing first place in the playing ability certification tournament, shooting a 145 over 36 holes. In 2009, Patrick took 4th place in the USGTF World Teachers Cup competing against 144 professionals in which he shot a 147 over 36 holes in Hilton Head, South Carolina. Patrick has been teaching the game of golf for 10 years and has taught over 10,000 individual private lessons. He currently gives instruction at Rancho Sierra Golf Course and has done so since 2011. Throughout Patrick’s time coaching the game, he has helped produce 6 individual champions on both the high school and collegiate levels in consecutive years. In 2017 in his first year as an assistant coach, Patrick Helped the AVC Women’s Golf program produce its first individual conference champion in school history. Growing the game of golf is Patrick’s objective and life calling. Utilizing his experience to further support his players in all aspects of their lives, promotes success that goes beyond the game of golf.