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Billy Bomar was introduced to the game of golf by his grandmother at 5 years old. At the age of 10, he was taught side saddle putting by a member at his club by the name of Jim Colby Sr. Billy competed and contended in events and eventually became a well-known junior player. He went on to play for Arizona Western College where he was All Conference and transferred to Oral Roberts University. He turned professional soon after in 1984. Billy has won over 200 professional events and contributes the majority of that success to his short game. A highlight is that Billy finished 7th in the 1996 Compact Dave Pelz World Putting Championships, alongside many popular competitors including Tom Kite and the late Payne Stewart.
Brittany had a similar start to golf like her father, Billy. She began playing at age 5 and started putting side saddle at 10 years of age. Brittany was a dominant force in Alaska state junior golf and qualified for 4 USGA Pub Links Championships as an Amateur. Brittany went on to play collegiately for the University of Northern Iowa and The University of Hawaii-Manoa.
Brittany turned professional at the age of 23. She competed on 4 Tours around the world including: The Canadian Women’s Tour, Ladies European Access Tour, The Nordea Tour and spent the majority of her playing career on The Australian Ladies Professional Golf Tour.
After retiring from competitive golf, Brittany decided to turn the successful family putting style into a business. Determined to make putting more relatable by using natural athletic movements for golfers to be more effective around the globe.