Born in Bedford, England Kevyn Cunningham began his career as an amateur golfer who achieved a scratch handicap by the age of 16. After turning professional he worked as assistant to Eddie Bullock, qualified as a Class A member of the Professional Golfers Association of Great Britain, and successfully played on mini-tours in England and the United States before taking up the position of Head Professional in Corinthia, Austria.
Kevyn continued to persue a playing career while teaching and developing his ideas on the golf swing. While working on his own game at The David Leadbetter Golf Academies in the UK, he decided to join the organisation, and upon completing the rigorous certification process became the Director of Instruction at The David Leadbetter Academy in Bad Tatzmansdorf, Austria. During this time Kevyn also achieved success on the Austrian Tour, finishing as high as 3rd on the money list. He spent winters teaching in Florida assisting David Leadbetter with various levels of players - from successful tour players to club golfers - while also conducting clinics in Korea.
From 1997 to 2007, Kevyn headed up the Caribbean Headquarters of the David Leadbetter Golf Academies in Jamaica in the winters and held the position of Director of Instruction at the David Leadbetter Academy in Vail, Colorado during the summers.
Kevyn operates the Cunningham Golf Academies at the prestigious White Witch Golf Course, utilizing his experience gained teaching players all over the world and conducting corporate clinics. Kevyn believes that a golf lesson should be the start of a relationship between client and instructor and he regularly keeps in contact with clients that send him golf swings over the internet.
It is often said that most golfers head out to the range to bang golf balls. That is all well and good if your trying to kill some time before you tee off, or you're wanting something to do when you're not playing golf. But to really work on your game and improve your shot selection on the course, you really need to bring the course to the range.