Sandy, both an LPGA and PGA professional has been a veteran of the golf industry for over 30 years. She takes pride in her teaching philosophy: “Making your swing better for you, not that there is a way a student’s swing must be”.
Meet Connie Cramer Caouette – By Kristie Fowler & Connie Cramer Caouette
As an LPGA Member for over 30 years, Connie Cramer Caouette has worked long and hard in one of the most beautiful parts of the country, Montana! Although time has gone by like the blink of an eye, she has so many vivid memories and shares with us a few of those moments. Not only has she learned to manage two 18-hole golf facilities…. staffing, teaching, budgeting….she has also had the challenge of learning to manage the “Wildlife” as nature meets the golfing public. Ladies, please meet Connie Cramer Caouette.
I have been an LPGA member since 2006 and I was the first graduate of the Managerial Leadership Track. I strongly believe earning the accreditation of a Class A Managerial Leader has put me in position for much success professionally.
I would like to introduce myself. My name is Lisa Conley and I am a Life Member of the LPGA T&CP Division. The purpose of this was to introduce myself to you but I want to take this time to share this with another member, Retired Life Master Member, Doris Earls.
After graduating High School in Coffs Harbour, Australia, Suzie Fisher moved to the United States to pursue a career in golf. She played four years at The University of Tulsa, graduating in 2004 with a degree in Exercise Sports Science. While playing The Australian LPGA and U.S. Futures Tours she had a lot of success. In addition, her biggest achievement was winning the 2000 Australian Amateur Championship at Royal Sydney Golf Club. She took these experiences, turned her focus and now is having very successful Junior Golf Programs in Oklahoma.
It is my pleasure to introduce you to Janean Murphy, our newly appointed Area Representative for Texas and Oklahoma. Some of you may already know her. Some of you may get to know her soon as she reaches out to members in order to help bridge that connected with Central Section activities. Well, she has an interesting background that I’m going to share with you along with two of her favorite things about golf.
Kim Haddow – A Coach, A Friend by Kristie Fowler
I first got to know Kim when she was the Women’s Golf Coach at the University of Arizona. I have a lot of great memories of my college golf days; some of “what happens on the road, stays on the road”. Kim developed teams with not only good student-athletes but good people as well. That’s probably why so many of the players are still friends today after nearly thirty years. Kim has a great deal to be proud of after accomplishing so many career and personal goals. It’s my honor to introduce you to Kim Haddow; my coach for a while, my friend for life.