Teaching Golf Professional, PGA
Grace grew up in San Jose, California where she started playing golf when she was nine and competed in numerous USGA, AJGA, and other national junior tournaments. She received a scholarship to play college golf at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and finished her collegiate career setting school records for best-stroke averages in a season (72.16) and career (74.59).
After graduating, Grace began her career at Moffett Field Golf Club in Mountain View, California and coached both the boys and girls golf teams at Cupertino High School. She later became the assistant coach for the University of Toledo Women’s golf team while also working at Toledo Country Club. Most recently, Grace returned to the West Coast as an assistant golf professional at Sand Point Country Club in Seattle.
Grace is very passionate about teaching golf after years of giving private/group instruction to students of all ages and skill levels. Grace is now a PGA Class A Professional and hopes to bring her diverse playing and teaching experiences to Echo Falls.