Okky Masgono was born and raised in Semarang, Indonesia. After graduating high school, he attended Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, CA. He was active in sporting events, winning a single and double sectional badminton championship, and led his high school basketball team to first place in Hexos Cup sectionals two years in a row.

He was introduced to the game of golf in his early twenties. Fortunately for him, he learned how to play the right way – starting with some guidance from a golf professional. This was essential in learning the fundamentals of a solid swing and getting to know the game better.

After 8 years of enjoying the game of golf, he decided to become a PGA Professional. He got elected to class A PGA member in February 2021. He started out at the Anaheim Hills Golf Course as an Assistant Golf Pro, and Director of Instructions at Lion Golf Academy from 2018 to 2021 as a golf instructor and coach. Now, full-time teaching and introducing golf to people is his passion and it is safe to say that he’s doing what he loves and loving what he does.

People say: “Practice makes perfect.” But in golf, he believes that: “Practicing the right way makes perfect.” In 2 years, he was able to develop a better golf game faster than most weekend golfers who have not had professional lessons. The correct repetition of solid golf fundamentals and knowledge is key for a consistent game. Golf is complicated and a hard game to learn. It is his job to break it down to you in the simplest way possible in a way that anyone at any age can understand. At the same time, not forgetting to make the learning process fun, and to meet the goal of every student the best he can. After all, golf is a game, and everyone playing it should have fun.


Zixing Zou

Paul Zixing Zou was born and raised in Guangzhou, China. Therefore he speaks fluent English, Mandarin and Cantonese. He has been teaching golf since 2000 in many countries all over the world and has been involved in some of the most respected businesses in golf in Asia. In 2018 he decided to join the PGA program to enhance his golf journeys and teaching. Currently he is in level 3 PGA associate program.

Paul really understands how to unlock and unleash his maximum potential in his golf swing as he stands 5’7” tall and 165 lbs and is able to hit the ball very solidly and consistently. He averaged his driver 275 total yardage most of the time, and sometimes he’ll hit it 300 yards. Besides golf, in his spare time, he enjoys flying a plane, playing guitar and singing, snowboarding in winter and scuba diving in summer. Needless to say, he has many talents and hobbies that he can share with all of us since he’s also an adventurer that has been to more than 50 countries in the world.

Below are some of his achievements in golf:

  • 2020 ADM Certified
  • 2018 PGA associate.
  • 2017 TPI Certified
  • 2010-2012 Producer and investor for Daily Golf in Guangdong Sports Channel
  • 2010-2014 Panelist for “TOP 100 Asian Golf courses”
  • 2009-2013 Tournament Player in the Chinese Golf Tour

Paul believes that with strong and disciplined fundamentals, you too can learn about his secret and recipe to hit the ball solidly and have a better all around golf game. He always says that everyone should own and love their own swing because they’re all unique but still make it work just as maximized as the tour player.



Brittney Sok was named head coach at Hope International University (HIU) for the men’s and women’s golf program in May 2021. After being named interim head coach in December 2020, she led HIU to multiple team and individual wins. HIU’s women’s team is ranked 25 in the nation with 3 players in the top 150 players.

Sok comes from Cal State Fullerton where she played division 1 golf and majored in kinesiology. She spent 2 years as an assistant golf professional at Black Gold Golf Club in Southern California. Sok also has extensive teaching experience at various golf clubs and has learned from top teaching professionals from around the world.



Jacky is a golf coach and PGA PGM student based in Upland, CA. Jacky got his coaching start as a teaching assistant at Lion Junior Golf Academy under Master PGA Pro Tony Brooks and PGA Pro Okky Masgono. It was there where Jacky was able to work his way up to the position of Director of Instruction, giving hundreds of successful lessons since then.

Jacky’s passion lies in helping golfers improve their skills mentally as well as physically. In his free time, Jacky enjoys making music, repairing clubs and hanging out with friends.

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