Brent Reneau began playing golf at age 6, introduced to the game by his father. He started playing competitive junior golf at age 12 and honed his skills on the widely known American Junior Golf Association circuit. He earned a scholarship to the University of Illinois where he competed on the varsity golf team for 4 1/2 years as a member of the Fighting Illini. After graduating from the U of I with a BS in Mechanical Engineering, Brent headed to the Southeast where he played golf as a professional on the then Nike Tour, NGA Hooters Tour, and the Columbia, SC-based Powerbilt Tour.
Teaching Experience / Education
Brent served as a professional at Waterford Golf Club in Rock Hill, SC for three years where he taught the game of golf to players of all skill levels. He developed many golf development programs at the newly-opened Waterford GC including: Junior Clinic/League Program, "Link up to Golf" player startup program, and their first Men's Golf Association. He was introduced first to Accelerated Golf as a student. "I made a permanent change in my golf swing in eight months using AG that I believe normally would have taken 2 to 3 years otherwise. The proof was in the video. If I didn't change my swing, I was not going to improve." After joining the Carolinas Section of the PGA of America in 2000, he has had great success playing in local Pro-Ams and Carolinas Majors Championships including a win in the 2004 Pro Official.
When the business partnership opportunity with friend Tiger Jordan surfaced at the end of 2002, Brent believed it was a "can't miss". After an extensive training program with Golf Machine Master, George Kelnhofer of AG, he began teaching using the Accelerated Golf technology at the start of January 2003. It has become his mission to become a world-class teacher of golf and he believes with the help of this never-before-seen patented, technology of "Hot Lines", that goal will one day be a reality. He continually returns to visit the staff at the Accelerized Golf Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia to train and keep his skills as an instructor sharp. Brent has impacted the swings of golfers in the Charlotte Metro Area from newcomers of the game to local Tour Players. He has been featured in stories written by the Charlotte-based publication, Metrolina Magazine and the Herald, the newspaper of Rock Hill, SC.