I will be returning for my 2nd season on Monday April 10th. I am excited to continue instructing the next generation of golfers leaving an impact not only on their golf game but their lives as well.
A 2020 graduate of California University of Pennsylvania majoring in Professional Golf Management, I am very passionate about the game of golf and have 4 years of teaching experience both in private 1-on-1 lessons and group settings.
With 8 years of working in the golf industry and 17 years playing the game, I consider myself a "student of the game" and very much enjoy passing this on to young golfers.
The PGA has formed a Junior League to transform learning and playing golf into a team activity for friends and family. This year, Cranberry Highlands will host the program for children 16 and under at all levels of proficiency – including those new to the sport. However, every participant should have access to their own set of golf clubs.
The PGA describes the Jr. League as the flagship youth program of its diversity/inclusion project, PGA Reach. It is designed to make golf accessible to interested kids throughout the United States and around the world.
Children in the program will get expert coaching from Cranberry Highlands PGA Professionals, along with organized team practice sessions and regular matches. Players will wear customizable numbered jerseys and compete on teams in a two-person scramble format that encourages mentorship and builds confidence. The season includes 4 to 6 matches, and all participants get to play in every competition.