Nicolas Armand started golfing at the age of 13 with the ambition to become a professional golfer. He began a great amateur career with a title of champion of France and a selection for the French team in 86.
Passed Pro in 1987, he won French cards and became members of the French national circuit and the Challenge Tour for 3 consecutive years.
After several podiums and top 10, he decided in 1990 to focus his career on teaching. He joined the Leadbetter Golf Academy and participated in the opening of the first Leadbetter academy in Europe, in Montpellier Massane. He later opened 8 other Leadbetter academies in France, which he has run for over 20 years.
Finally, he created the academy One Putt, a concept of Putting and small game for all.
Nicolas Armand has trained and coached on amateur and professional circuits for more than 10 years. He participated in training and coaching missions on national or regional teams for the French golf federation and for the France and Hope poles.
Today Head Pro in Montpellier Massane, it offers high-level education for all. He also works at CREPS in Montpellier where he trains future golf teachers. He coached the teams of the Nîmes Campagne Club, his historic club.