The Founder and Director of Instruction at the KMR School of Golf is Kevin M. Ralbovsky. Kevin began his professional career at a ripe age of twenty and became a PGA of America member at age twenty two in 1991. As an assistant professional at Waialae Country Club, Kevin honed his golf skills and became a prominent tournament player in Hawaii.
In 1994-95, Kevin played tournament golf full-time, taking a leave of absence from his job. He played the South African Tour, the PGA of America Tournament Series and the Golden State Tour. Upon returning to Waialae CC, he began a eight year tenure as Head Teaching Professional.
In 1997, he and partner Ken Springer won the Aloha Section PGA Scotch 4 Ball Championship. Kevin is also a 3-time member of the Governor John Burns Challenge Cup Team, a member of the 1994 -95 FNB South African Tour and has qualified for the 1993 SONY Open, the 1996 National Club Pro Championship and the 2002 Western Regional PGA Club Pro Champioship.
Kevin was rated as the #1 Golf Teacher in the State of Hawaii by Golf Digest Magazine in 2001. Golf Magazine has honored him in their listing of top golf instructors of the Western Region in the United States in 2003, 2005 and in 2007. Kevin is also listed in the Guide To America's Top Golf Instructors and he won the 2001 and 2004 Aloha Section PGA Golf Teacher of the Year award.
Most famously, Kevin has taught some of the best junior golfers in the history of Hawaii State Golf. In January of 2003, the KMR School of Golf began its operations at the majestic Ko' Olau Golf Course. His students have won a total of twenty one amateur tournaments in Hawaii, including all of the state's majors, some on numerous occasions.
KMR Students have qualified:
US Women's Open
US Women's Amateur
US Junior Am
US Girl's Junior Am
US Am Public Links
US Women's Am Public Links
AJGA Tournament of Champions
PGA Tour SONY Open in Hawaii
KMR Students have won:
PGA National Junior Championship
Callaway Junior World Championship
US Kids National Championship
Optimist International Invitational
Hawaii State Amateur Stroke Play
Hawaii State Open
Jennie K. Invitational
Hawaii State Women's Match Play
Hawaii State Women's Stroke Play
Barbers Point Invitational
Hawaii High School State Championship