top of page




Flashcard competitions. Putting contests. Math puzzles. Chip-offs. Constructing graphs. Digging it out. Mathematics and golf. I couldn't get enough when I was a child. Both were full of creativity. Both were full of interest. Both were full of challenge. Both were problem solving at its finest.

Fast-forward to 2006 and off the heels of a less than stellar college golf experience, I let golf take a backseat to studies at Arizona State University. A mathematics with emphasis on psychology doctorate later, I left the sunny Arizona desert for the beautiful Georgia pines. But my clubs and interest in golf would remain in the so-called shed.


In 2016, and thanks to the persistence of a few friends, I decided to brush off that dust left by the trials and tribulations of college golf and the pre-tenure process. I rediscovered in the year that followed those lost parallels between the study of mathematics and the game of golf. 




You'll find me either drawing too many squares on a scorecard or too many circles on a chalkboard.


Founder, Squares 2 Circles

Co-Founder, Golf Blueprint

UGA Professor of Mathematics Education

NewClub Golf Society Ambassador and Vice-Captain

  • bee-icon_transparent_white_22x22
  • White Instagram Icon
  • White Twitter Icon
bottom of page