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.
Lynn Marriott joins an elite group of their peers as inductees to the LPGA T&CP Hall of Fame.
The LPGA Teaching and Club Professional (T&CP) Hall of Fame, established in 2000, is the highest honor given to teaching and club professional members for extraordinary membership service and leadership while contributing to the game of golf and the golf industry.
Lynn Marriott has dedicated her career to discovering more about how people learn and spreading that information to others. She truly is the student’s teacher. For the entirety of her professional career, Marriott has known that she wanted to pursue golf instruction professionally. Despite pressure from parents, co-workers, and management to pursue grander ventures, Marriott was determined to follow her heart.
I attended the 2016 Las Vegas Extravaganza at the Suncoast Resort and Casino at the end of October, and I am so glad I did. I have been involved with the T&CP since 2009 and this was the best Teaching Summit I have ever attended. The all-female line up of speakers were educational, inspirational and relevant. The passion of the members that attended the summit was evident by the quality of the interaction with the speakers. Below are some of the takeaways from the day and a half summit that I wanted to share with you:
It is the members that make the T&CP such a wonderful organization to belong to. It was so rewarding to see and reconnect with friends and to start to build new relationships. If your schedule and budget allow I would strongly encourage you to attend the next LPGA Teaching Summit, you will not be sorry you did!