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Anna-Young

Anna Young

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Anna Young

PGA of Canada Professional



306.380.6105 / aygolf@outlook.com

Anna played NCAA golf at The University of Florida and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.  She competed as an amateur for 7 years prior to competing professionally for 5.  She played in many professional tours and events in the USA, Canada, Australia, Caribbean, and Taiwan during this time.

This is her 3rd full season teaching golf and brings a players approach to her lessons. 

With Anna's professional playing experience, she is well versed in: swing mechanics, putting mechanics, the art of short game, mental game, course management, club selection, and practice tips to promote long term improvement.

She loves working with people of all skill levels.  This includes: beginners, competitive golfers and everyone in between.  All are welcome!  

Competitive Career (*professional Competitions)

*T2 in the 2021 Digital Commerce Bank Glencoe Invitational 

*Earned status for the Australian Ladies Professional Golf Tour (2020)

*Earned status for Symetra Tour - LPGA Qualifying School Tournament (2016, 2017, 2018, 2020)

*T2 in LPGA Mediheal Monday qualifier - Lost in playoff for spot in event (2019)

*Champion - Women's All Pro Tour New Hope Oklahoma Championship (2018)

*Awarded an exemption into CP Canadian Women's Open at Wascana CC in Regina, SK (2018)

*Champion - National Women's Golf Association at Alaqua Golf Club (2016)

Champion - Saskatchewan Women's Amateur (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015) 

Champion - Saskatchewan Junior Championship (2010)

Champion - NCAA Division 1 Cougar Classic Championship (2014)

Champion - Canadian future Links Prairie Championship (2011)

Team Champions - Cougar Classic Championship (2014)

Team Champions - Conference USA Championship (2012)

Qualified for US Amateur Championship (2012)

Qualified for US Junior Championship (2011)

Champion - Saskatchewan Provincial High School Championship, holding girls low score record: 70 (2009)