“Brian’s intense love and knowledge of the sport makes him an experienced conductor of improvement in your game and technical arbitrator of your equipment needs.”

Brian Nosler owns and Operates Loose Cannon Golf Studio in Northwest Portland. Loose Cannon is a Performing Enhancing Business with Trackman Simulator, E6 Course Simulator and Mitchell Golf Institute Club Repair Equipment. The focus of Loose Cannon Golf is Instruction, Club Fitting and Club Repair.

Born was born in Danville, CA in 1978 and graduated from Lake Oswego High in 1997. From there he studied at Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts and was a member of Arizona State University Golf Team in 2000-2001.

Professional Education

2007 – Certified by Mitchell Golf Institute as Club Repair Technician and Club Performance Fitting Specialist

2008 – Certified by Mitchell Golf Institute as Shaft Performance Technology Specialist

2014 – Completed Level 3 of PGA PGM Program and became certified as a PGA – Class A Professional.

2014 – Trained by Trackman Personnel to Operate Trackman Simulator

 

Golf Accomplishments

2015 & 2017 – Qualified as a PNW PGA Professional for the Hudson Cup Team.

2015 – Pacific Northwest PGA Sectional Championship Finished 3rd in Field of 96 to qualify for 2016 National PGA Pro Championship at Turning Stone Resort in Verona, NY.

2013 – Korey Invitational Champion

2011 – Oregon Open – 1st place among all professionals

2009 – Montana Open Champion

2009 – Oregon Open Champion

2008 – Washington Open Champion

2005 – Asian PGA Tour – Conditional Status

2004, 2005 & 2006 – Canadian PGA Tour – Fully Exempt Status

2004 –2005  Second Monday Qualified into the LA Open PGA Tour Event at Riviera CC along with Web.com events in OR, ID and Alberta

2002 – 3rd Ranked Men’s Amateur in the United States by Golfweek/Titleist.

2001Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) Men’s Player of the Year.

2001 – Semi-Finalist United States Amateur – East Lake CC in Atlanta.

1998, 1999, 2001 & 2002 – Qualified for United States Amateur

1997 – 4th Ranked Junior Golfer in the United States by Golfweek/Titleist.

1997 – Member of AJGA Canon Cup West Team (Top 10 Junior Boys & Girls in Western U.S.)

1996 and 1997 – AJGA Rolex All-American

1995 – PNGA Junior Champion

1994 – First freshman to ever win the Oregon High School 4A State Championship (Lake Oswego).

Key Qualifications

  • Thorough knowledge of Club Repair Techniques, Product Features and their Benefits.

  • Purchased Mitchell Club Repair Equipment that matches that in PGA Tour Trailer.

  • Purchased and Trained in use of Trackman Launch Monitor Technology and E6 Software.

  • Have Coordinated Private Events/Parties involving Simulator games and competition. These events are popular with business groups and could be excellent revenue source with some promotion.

  • Through a collaborative effort with various social media sites including Groupon and Portland Perks developed a broad base of students for my Instruction business. Over 3100 hours of instruction was delivered to a combination of men, women, junior and senior golfers in the 2011 to 2013 period.

  • Directed marketing campaign to increase club repair business at several private clubs in Portland, OR metropolitan area.

  • Effective negotiating skills have been refined through dealings with equipment suppliers and social media sites.