Daniel is currently the Head of Coaching at Lake Nona Golf and Country Club in Orlando, Florida. He has been teaching golf since 2001 and has been a PGA Professional since 2004. During that time he has been fortunate to work with players on the PGA Tour, KornFerry Tour, Latin Tour, Canadian Tour, players at Top 50 Collegiate programs, elite juniors, and competitive mid-am’s. He has helped 30 players commit to division one college programs between 2016-2023 and looks to keep helping players develop into college athletes and beyond.
Between 2006 and 2007 he spent a few years at the Sea Island Golf Performance Center under Todd Anderson, Jack Lumpkin, Gale Peterson, Mike Shannon, Dr. Morris Pickens, and Randy Myers in 2008 he then moved to Chicago, Illinois and between 2009 and 2016, was the Director of Instruction at Skokie Country Club. Daniel also taught with the Wildcat Golf Academy in Chicago, IL through the University of Northwestern, which is a developmental program for high school players striving to play collegiate golf. While at the WGA he worked with Jeff Mory, Sam McKinney, and Pat Goss, the Director of Golf for the Northwestern University Men’s and Women’s programs. He returned to the Sea Island Golf Performance Center in 2017 where he has started the Sea Island Player Development Program for developmental high school players. In the last 6 years there have been 25 college commits from this program. He has been listed on the Golf Digest Top 40 Under 40 (when he was under 40) and Golf Digest Best in the State. In 2021 he was named the Teacher of the Year from the Georgia PGA