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Todd has spent 27 years dedicated to the game of golf. With an extensive competitive, instruction and business career in the game, Todd’s experience is second to none. Having competed on the PGA Tour Canada, PGA Tour, international amateur events, his playing experience gives him an advantage over other teaching professionals that either don’t compete anymore, or never really did. His work building the Swinkey (now Golfers Toolbox) from 2009-2013 has him more connected and researched than instructors twice his age. The Swinkey is the only training tool to receive a perfect score. He continues to train every day for competitive golf, and competes across Alberta and the rest of Canada every year. Not many other instructors can do this.

Mission Statement

“My goal is to help you become awesome at golfing. To guide your actions in the game of golf, so you surpass your own expectations. To inspire and engage competitive players to break records.”


  • BSc. Behavioural Psychology, 2006, University of Victoria
  • National Coaching Certification Program – Level 1  & 2
  • PGA of Canada Coach of New Competitor Certification
  • Titleist Performance Institute – Certified Golf Fitness Instructor I

To book a lesson CLICK HERE, or call Todd direct at 403.803.3290


In 2009, he and Brian Benedictson founded Swinkey Golf Inc. They manufactured, distributed and sold the Swinkey, now called The Golfers Toolbox, across North America and worldwide. This entrepreneurial undertaking brought Todd to the forefront of golf instruction, and makes him an industry leader in golf. To check out the Swinkey, head to SWINKEY


As a junior, Todd played for Team Alberta on many occasions, placing well in numerous junior events across Calgary, Alberta and Canada. Todd graduated from the University of Victoria, and captained the Mens Team to three RCGA College/University Titles in 2003, 2004 and 2006. He finished 2nd in the Canadian Amateur in 2006, earning a berth in the first of two PGA Tour appearances, at the 2006 and 2008 Canadian Opens. He competed with the 2007 National Team all over the world, and shortly after his time there, turned professional and qualified for the Canadian TourHe joined the PGA of Canada on December 1, 2011.

He’s always wanted to be a great player, and learn from players better than him. This is why it is important to Todd to stay competitive. Todd Halpen Tournament Results

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