Meet the Team

Meet the Team

CPGA Professional Instructors

Director of Instruction


Patrick learned the great game of golf at the young age of 10 underthe encouragement of his father. After a successful junior career in Southern Ontario, he went on to receive a diploma in Professional Golf Management at Humber College in Toronto. He then became a CPGA professional in 2007 and is now a Class “A” Teaching Professional and Director of Instruction at Westwood Plateau.

Patrick is committed to improve golfers of all skill levels and helping his students achieve their goals. Patrick has honed his teac
hing skills under the tutelage of many great instructors, including Bob Beachemin who is ranked in the top 50 golf instructors in Canada, and Andy Hilts who has been named top 40 instructors under 40 in the United States.

With over 10,000 lessons taught with the use of video analysis, Patrick is able to teach any learning style, and enable the student to be the best golfer they can be.
His teaching philosophy is “keep it simple”

“ Once you have an understanding of the cause and effect of what you do and how it relates to the swing, you can keep the game of golf simple rather than complicated”

CPGA Class “A” Teaching Professional
Taught over 10,000 lessons
Graduated Professional Golf Management program at Humber College
Certified Personal Coach for GolfTEC
Certified Club Fitter

Patrick’s Lesson Rates 

CPGA Class A Golf Professional
Korean PGA Teaching Professional


Mi Sun has an impressive background in elite sports that she draws on to bring the best out in your golf game. She was a key member of the Hyo Sung Volleyball team in her home country of Korea and won seven National titles in the 90’s. She graduated from Myung Ji University in Physical Education and holds a certificate as a Physical Education coach.

Mi Sun began playing golf as a young lady but her passion for competitiveness drew her to improve her skills and turn Professional in 2003. She moved to Canada in 2005 and became a CPGA member soon after. Mi Sun has been a key member of the Academy Teaching team for over 12 years. She is a supporter and ambassador for women’s golf and enjoys many successes coaching her Korean clientele in the TriCities area.

Her relaxed style and good nature allow her students to feel at ease when taking a golf lesson, allowing them to learn and play their best. Mi Sun’s solid understand of the finer points of coaching the game will give you the skills and roadmap to becoming a better player.

Mi Sun’s Lesson Rates


Sports & Family Chiropractor
CPGA Golf Professional
TPI certified


Dr. Teasdale was introduced to the game of golf by his father and became a junior member at Westwood Plateau at the age of 12. After enjoying summers playing at the Academy and competing in Junior events, he became a part of the Westwood Plateau Team in 2002 as course ambassador and pro shop assistant. In 2008 he became a member of the CPGA at Westwood Plateau.

Dr. Teasdale studied Kinesiology and Health science at Simon Fraser University before attending Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario where he obtained his doctorate of Chiropractic in 2013. While in Toronto, Caolan taught junior and adult programs at Angus Glen Golf Club; home of the Canadian open 2002 and 2007. While living in Toronto he also gained experience at Bayview Golf and Country Club.

He combines his knowledge of biomechanics, human anatomy and experience teaching golfers of all skill levels to deliver the best instruction possible to his students. He believes learning is a life long journey towards the pursuit of excellence and
no matter the age or skill level, golf can truly be a game of a lifetime for everyone. Dr. Teasdale is currently in private practice as a Chiropractor at Westwood Total Health in Coquitlam.

Caolan’s Lesson Rates



CPGA Class A Golf Professional


A PGA of Canada member since 2005 and an honours graduate of the Humber College Professional Golf Management Program Tim brings a wealth of education and experience tothe Westwood Academy. While attending Humber College Tim was the PGM program student coordinator, President Letter recipient for highest academic average, and winner of the prestigious Brian Shaw/St George’s Scholarship given to a 3-year Humber PGM Student that is PGA of Canada member, academically in the top 25% of the class, shows strong playing ability, and embodies Brian Shaw’s ideals: energy, enthusiasm and good work ethic.

Growing up in Kingston, Ontario competitive sports were a major part life. A multi-sport varsity athlete in high school Tim was on the hockey (goalie), football (wide receiver/kick returner), track (sprints, relays, long jump), and badminton (3-time MVP) teams. Golf, merely a hobby at the time, was put on the back burner from ages 17-20 to work as a summer camp counselor and Adventure Director. Working with campers age 7-16 from a variety of backgrounds was an enriching experience that can be seen in Tim’s energy and enthusiasm working with golfers of any age.

A return to golf was marked by making the St. Lawrence College golf team in 2001.  Playing on the team re-ignited his passion for the game and opened the door to work at the Score Golf Top 100 rated Cataraqui G&C.C, where he fell in love with the golf industry.  The next few years were split between summers at Cataraqui G&C.C working with Head Teaching Professional Kevin Dickey; a former Canadian, Australian, and Nationwide Tour player and Ottawa Valley C.P.G.A 2006 Junior Builder of the Year and winters at Humber College volunteering in the swing lab with Bob Beauchemin, former PGA Tour member, Canadian Tour Commissioner and National Post Top 50 golf instructor in Canada.

Tim’s varied athletic background, education, and work experience allow him to work well with golfers of all ages and ability. He believes that every golfer is unique and works with your existing skill set to get the most out of your game.

Tim’s Lesson Rates



CPGA Class A Golf Professional


As a youngster, Peter has always been attracted to the game of golf.  He started playing golf at the age of 13.

After graduating from University, Peter became a P.G.A. Class A Golf Professional in 1986.  Since then, he has competed in tournaments in both Canada and the United States.

Peter has successfully completed P.G.A Teaching & Coaching Level III Certification Program.  He has worked at various golf clubs, indoor golf centres, and driving ranges.  He has provided private and group lessons, conducted golf clinics, and organized junior golf camps.  Peter’s teaching method parallels Ben Hogan’s theory of the “Fundamentals of the Golf Swing”.

Peter had the opportunity to work and play golf with his close friend Moe Norman. Consequently, Peter’s playing skills and knowledge of the game were greatly enhanced.

In the summer of 2005 and 2006 Peter hosted weekly golf tips on Citytv, and in 2013 on C.T.V.


“Peter Knill possesses the proper conception of the golf swing, and the big thing is he knows how to put it across in the way people understand.”

 Moe Norman, 1992

(a member of Canadian Golf Hall of Fame)

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