Junior Golf – Kay Cornelius

Kay 1Kay Cornelius from Chandler, Arizona had an opportunity to attend the US Kids World Championship, in July.  She had great fun attending that with her good friend Nicole Weller, (former LPGA and PGA National Junior Golf Leader) from The Landings Club in Savannah, GA.  The USKG event was one of the neatest things she has ever seen in all her years in golf.  There were over 1500 juniors taking part from more than 50 countries.  The tournament was played on 10 courses in the Pinehurst area.  Kay is very proud of one of her students who is 6 years old and finished third place out of over 100 juniors in his age division (6 & under).  Kay & Nicole were on duty before the tournament started, sharing their stories at the USKG Parent Seminar and then assisting with club fitting at the USKG demo day.

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Junior Golf – Kay Cornelius

Kay Cornelius, LPGA National Junior Golf Achievement Award 2012 winner, has a few fun photos to share from her junior program at the Ocotillo Golf Resort in Chandler, Arizona.  She calls the pictures, Game Faces, Sassy Pose and Practicing with Love!  Having fun – Thanks Kay – This is what golf is all about!

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Vangellow, Broderick, Liddick, Cornelius Receive LPGA Teaching and Club Professionals National Awards

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., September 25, 2012 – The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Teaching and Club Professional (T&CP) membership has selected the following members for national recognition as a result of their achievements in 2012: Deb Vangellow, Sweetwater Country Club, Sugarland, TX., Teacher of the Year; Jane Broderick, PGA National Golf Club, Palm Beach Gardens, FL., Professional of the Year; Shelly Liddick, Bellevue University, Bellevue, NE., Coach of the Year and Kay Cornelius, Ocotillo Golf Resort, Chandler, AZ., Junior Golf Leadership award winner.

The national award winners were selected by the LPGA T&CP membership’s Executive Committee from the pool of sectional award winners voted on by the members of the five regional sections: Central, Midwest, Northeast, Southeast and Western.

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