New pro in Chilliwack

Former LPGA golfer Jennifer Greggain has joined the Chilliwack Golf and Country Club as its new director of instructor.

The Chilliwack Golf and Country Club has added a notable name as its new director of instructor.

Jennifer Greggain hopes on board for the 2012 season, bringing with her a wealth of professional experience.

Greggain’s resume includes 10 years of tour experience, including two on the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) circuit.

She spent four years on the Futures Tour and has been playing on the CN Women’s Tour since 2004.

Greggain won the Washington Women’s Open Championship in 2010 and was awarded the 2010 CN Women’s Tour Low Teaching Professional of the Year award.

“Jennifer has played golf at the highest levels, both in college and on the LPGA tour,” said CG&CC general manager Bryan Ewart. “She joins our team with tremendous credibility and professionalism.”

Greggain’s recent TPI certification enables her to provide a full range of instruction on matters such as golf-specific fitness, health and golf swing biomechanics.

With Greggain at the helm, CG&CC is introducing an academy program in the spring.

The academy will provide junior programs for golfers ages 6-17, specializing in programs for both novices and advanced players.

“I am highly motivated to bring golf instruction to the next level here in the Fraser Valley,” Greggain said. “My vision is to offer world class instruction using the most innovative techniques and technology.”

Get info on the CG&CC at www.chilliwackgolf.com and contact Greggain by email at jennifer@chilliwackgolf.com.

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