About Alexa Kim
Alexa has over 16 years of competitive golf experience and is now a 2014 PGA of Canada member.
A graduate of the Northern Arizona University, Alexa has been a student athlete and a standout performer for all four years on the women’s golf team. During Alexa’s amateur year, she qualified to play in the U.S. Women’s Public Links Championship four times, U.S. Women’s Open Local qualifier, Champion of the 2010 NCAA Division 1 Cal Poly Invitational and many more.
In 2011, Alexa turned professional by playing in the Arizona Cactus Tour, CN Canadian Women’s Tour, PGA of Canada Women’s Championship, the LPGA Q-School, and the PGA of Canada golf tournaments.
Alexa has experience with all skill levels. She worked with many junior golfers who play competitively. She also holds ladies and men’s clinics, group lessons, and junior summer camps.
Students of all abilities will benefit from Alexa’s passion for the game and desire to help others improve their skills.
- Member of PGA of Canada (2014-)
- Canadian Women’s Tour Player (2011-)
- LPGA Symetra Tour Member (2012)
- NCAA D-1 Women’s golf team player at Northern Arizona University (2007-2011)
About Anna Kim
Anna has been playing competitive golf for 13 years. She graduated from St. John’s University, where she was an outstanding player and leader for all four years. Anna has won four collegiate tournaments, named BIG EAST Player of the Year (2016), won many amateur tournaments and was on the Canadian National Women’s Development Team in 2012.
- LPGA Symetra Tour Member
- NCAA D-1 Women’s Golf Team at St. John’s University (New York, USA)