Sandy, both an LPGA & a PGA professional is a 30 year veteran of the golf industry. Sandy takes pride in her teaching philosophy: “Making each students swing better for them, not that there is a way a student’s swing must be”.
Before arriving in New Mexico, Sandy was a head golf professional for 18 years at The Landings, Savannah, Georgia. Sandy has the distinction of being the first woman named as Director of Instruction in the state of New Mexico. In 2008, Sandy's duties as Director of Instruction of Twin Warriors Golf Club were expanded to put her in charge of Santa Ana Golf Club as well-- making her Director of Instruction for Santa Ana Golf Corporation.
Sandy’s list of accomplishments include: the Futures Tour, Ladies Asian Golf Tour, Rules Official for the PGA Championship and LPGA Section Coordinator/ Committee Member. Sandy has been teaching Golf Clinics for Women for the LPGA across the country for the past 15 years. She was recognized as Callaway Club Fitter of the Year for 2005.
She was named the 2009 Sun Country Section PGA Jack Hardwick Teacher of the Year and recognized by the PGA as Teacher of the Year in Georgia. Sandy has competed and won the LPGA Central Section 2010 Senior Champion and in 2011 and 2012, as Senior Runner-Up.
Sandy has partnered with the Rosie Jones Getaway
held at Hyatt Tamaya Resort & Spa and served on the instruction panel at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show. Sandy has taught numerous golf schools in New Mexcio and out of state with Hollis Stacy (2012 World Golf Hall of Fame inductee). Sandy has been a featured instructor in articles for the PGA Magazine. She has been selected as one of the top PGA Club Fitters and invited to attend PGA Magazine Club Fitting Conferences in 2011 and 2012.
Sandy's feature in the September 2013 issue of PGA Magazine