Brian Powers, PGA has quite an impressive personal profile with a strong background in sports, growing up playing football, baseball and basketball with most of his neighboring friends and in different leagues until high school where he would just focus on baseball and football. He would become one of the best high school athletes in Southern California in the early 90’s as he excelled as a ferociously hard hitting middle linebacker in football (having been recruited heavily by many major universities) and also as quite a baseball player (having many professional baseball teams scout him very heavily). Extreme toughness (both mentally and physically) combined with a lot of focus, really hard work and athletic talent made Powers the special high school standout (and even 2 year scholar athlete award winning) athlete and leader that he was. In fact, he would even match his high school's home run record of 8 his junior year in baseball, graduating 7th in his class academically and winning male athlete of the year honors his senior year. However, his honors went far beyond that!
Brian would pursue baseball (with a great swing) into college (as he believed that was his best sport then) very determined to get his degree and have the great college experience that he did with the peers of his age. However, unfortunately he would break his throwing shoulder too (which couldn’t be fixed) throwing wild punches in a very brave attempt to save a friend's life from a felony mayhem attack where they were badly outnumbered 12 to 2 by some real cowardly fraternity punks during a camping incident at San Onofre State Beach in 1994. So, now he is still quite a baseball and football fan who greatly cherishes (to this day) all of the awesome friendships he made in both sports over the years. But, he is still now left with serious (also shoulder related) injuries to his right arm. So, DONATE (TO HIM) on the donate page of this website, as Brian is (no coward at all and) such a man, friend and hero (keep on reading), but he cannot even swing anywhere near to his fullest potential (still now) though.* (John 15:13)
It was around the same time that Brian lost his career in baseball though (after the camping incident), that he was also introduced to golf, picking up the game at age 19 (unlike many other golf pros who started at quite a very young age). He never thought he’d do anything with golf but got pretty good pretty fast, breaking 80 within his first year of playing. He would go on to focus on his studies and his golf game, getting his Bachelors Degree in Business Economics from UCSB (arguably their hardest major then), taking a couple of meaningless jobs after college, until one day a golf buddy convinced him (in 2003) to take his 36 hole golf playing ability test to become a PGA member. So, he did and passed on his first attempt. Proof in the putting that he had a pro swing and that’s when he got into the golf business. He has been teaching the game and playing professionally ever since. Brian would go on to secure both his PGA membership and Master Golf Teaching Professional® license (# 272) years later. He has competed professionally on the Pepsi Tour mostly between 2007 and 2008 (with many wins and high finishes) and multiple times within the PGA and his section. But, according to Brian this is how he feels: “I am extremely fortunate to have had so many great success stories with so many of my students, having changed very many lives and swings. This has been far more gratifying than even winning any tournaments on my own. Teaching golf for me has been a special gift and my job (for which I'm very grateful), while playing golf is still my great hobby. I really like to keep things in perspective that way (especially now-a-days), as I've competed a whole lot in sports my whole life and competition still isn't everything to me (like it used to be) anymore."
As a person, Brian is a people loving friendly guy with a high (superior/PHD level) IQ and a good sense of humor, as he is also regularly an active member of the Sierra Club (Click Here To See Their Website). He strongly believes in the protection of the great outdoors to be sacred and of the utmost importance. He also has quite a passion for helping people and is a very spiritual guy, as he‘s led several spiritual retreats in the past and has designed a Nonprofit 501(c)(3) charity under the name Reach Out A Hand USA, which helps America's needy (primarily the homeless). Brian has learned how to help others from his very wild ride through life having helped many friends from many walks of life along the way, as he is a “very” clutch and savy guy who always knows how to find solutions to common problems, especially that people in need face. In fact, his charity's website (at 4NeedsMet.com) has been quite a need for some time having helped hundreds of thousands of the needy all throughout the country find essential services in their area for several years now, with some assistance from his father. Both him and his father are very highly regarded! Clearly Brian is also quite a hero and a national leader. When asked why Brian does what he does, he replied: "I do what I do mostly because I simply know how to help (so I figure I should) and it also gives me great satisfaction to know just how much I can (and have been able to) help so many people in need throughout America to survive much better. But, further from that, I also really strongly believe in spiritual karma. So, I always try my absolute best to do good for others!"
Brian spends most of his days now living a quiet and peaceful life far away from the crowds of the big city and a whole lot of the stress of the world! He still does private side jobs from time to time for supplemental income like sports tutoring, occasional private bartending gigs and private business ownership (entrepreneurial) related consulting. He really also enjoys hanging out with his baseball buddies (also many former pros), but he too isn’t even an alcoholic and does not appreciate (at all either) the abundance of crazy, social misfits who think the (friends in baseball) club he is also a private member of has anything at all to do with Alcoholics Anonymous though. According to Brian, he says: “Don’t prejudge a book by it’s cover or ever act out with us, kids for so called adults (of even old age) and you know who you are, by being more just felt like that ITS for completely insane WEIRDOS, hypocrites and lunatics anywhere.” See the homepage pic of him in the baseball club’s hat and go to www.ClubBigShow.com to learn even more about their (private friends in baseball) club!
(Award Pic Above)
Brian’s L.A. Times 1st Team All San Fernando Valley High School (Tackle Of Course Though*) Football Team Honor / HE WAS QUITE A MIDDLE LINEBACKER (Who Also Loved Friday Night Lights *That Much*) & QUITE A 2 Year Team Varsity Captain Who Still Takes His VERY “Heroic” POWERS With Him To This Day.*
(Award Pic. Above)
Brian’s L.A. Times 1st Team All San Fernando Valley High School Baseball (*Not Tee Ball Either Though OF COURSE*) Team Honor / HE WAS QUITE A PLAYER & 2 Year Team Varsity Captain Who Still Takes His VERY “Heroic” POWERS With Him To This Day.*
Some (Only A Few Now Though*) Published Articles About Brian:
—Unfortunately many of the URLs for many of Brian’s old sports (newspaper) articles with completely awesome achievements were recently corrupted (we strongly suspect beyond a reasonable doubt) by this current, super cowardly and bullying American government, as they also severely want Brian to lose (in so very many cowardly and sabotaging efforts also before) to affirm (in cover ups) their wrongs committed to him before. See, he’s a loser. He’s the one in the wrong, right kids? It’s all his fault, huh? This is not such the winning (evil though) strategy anymore, but quite unfortunate as we can (and will for sure) explain in a lot more detail later. That’s a promise! Not to worry too much for now, as Brian has always been SUCH A BAD ASS PRO & A (VERY) WISE WINNING WARRIOR and he “STILL” is winning a lot more (even now) and hopefully forever.* But, this super cowardly and bullying government (still in every attack to Brian too) will always (For Sure) be SO DESPERATE to find any so called dirt on him (at all) to ruin his credibility (and life again), in order to restore their own credibility, as they starve to justify the inexcusable wrongs they have committed (and they know) to Brian in the past! This could be explained in more detail at a later time (maybe if ever necessary), as it’s really such an issue of govern”mental” (and very illegal) hypocrisy though…—
•Instant Action (Higher Powers) / Baseball*
•L.A Times 1st Team All San Fernando Valley Football Team (page 2) / We’ve Now Posted Brian’s Award Picture (HERE ABOVE) Instead, As The Old URL is listed below, but was unfortunately recently corrupted (in jealous rage again). That’s just what the kids do! Maybe you can find the new URL (if it exists anymore) and get in touch with us through the Contact Info. Page of this website.*
•PGA New Member Feature (Middle Row / Bottom Column Under PGA Family)
•American Legion So Cal All Star Game (under Baseball) / The Old URL is listed below, but was unfortunately recently corrupted (in jealous rage again). That’s just what the kids do! Maybe you can find the new URL (if it exists anymore) and get in touch with us through the Contact Info. Page of this website.*
•L.A. Times Scouts' Honor Article (High School Baseball) / The Old URL is listed below, but was unfortunately recently corrupted (in jealous rage again). That’s just what the kids do! Maybe you can find the new URL (if it exists anymore) and get in touch with us through the Contact Info. Page of this website.*
•L.A. Times 1st Team All San Fernando Valley High School Baseball Team / We’ve Now Posted Brian’s Award Picture (HERE ABOVE) Instead, As The Old URL is listed below, but was unfortunately recently corrupted (in jealous rage again). That’s just what the kids do! Maybe you can find the new URL (if it exists anymore) and get in touch with us through the Contact Info. Page of this website.*
•SCPGA Magazine Nonprofit Article:
•L.A. Times Camping Incident / The Old URL is listed below, but was unfortunately recently corrupted (in jealous rage again). That’s just what the kids do! Maybe you can find the new URL (if it exists anymore) and get in touch with us through the Contact Info. Page of this website.*
We Got Some More Sports Articles Honoring Brian That We Won’t Be Publishing Here For Now (Maybe Even Ever), Due To Recent Dork Reject Hacking In (All Too Many) Revenge Of The Nerds Strategies To Brian Who Is Such An (Also Wise Though) Athlete.* NO, IT’S NOT OKAY KIDS (For So Called Adults)! We May Share More Evidence Of Articles With You Only When / If We Know It’s Ever Secure Enough. Just Use The Contact Info. Page Of This Website If You’d Like To See Proof Of (These) Some More Of Brian’s Athletic Achievements (As We May Share Them) If You Still Don’t Already Believe How Much Of A Super Sports Hero Brian Was Before Though! Yes, This Was Such A High School.* No It Was Not, Right? Ya, We Know!*
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