Ralph Bauer, a Class A Canadian PGA professional, has been named assistant coach of the Royal Canadian Golf Association’s national men’s team.
Bauer, the 2007 Ontario PGA Teacher of the Year, served as high performance coach for the Golf Association of Ontario for eight years before joining Team Canada.
Ralph will prove to be a valuable member of our Team Canada coaching staff,” said Jeff Thompson, chief sport development officer with the RCGA.
“His passion, experience and extensive golf knowledge will help to educate and inspire young athletes as they strive to excel in their amateur careers and beyond,” added Thompson.
Bauer looks forward to working with the team and coach Henry Brunton. “Henry is a great coach and mentor and I look forward to collaborating with him in the future to help further develop Canada’s best amateur golfers,” said Bauer.
“We have some tremendously talented young golfers involved in the program and I am excited about building on the team’s previous success and utilizing my experiences in developing world class athletes.”