Meet the Pros
Head Professional, PGA, LPGA
- 2017-2018 LPGA Top 50 Women Teachers in America
- Golf Digest's 50 Best Women Teachers in America
- 2011 PGA Metropolitan Woman Player of the Year
Marjorie teaches in Florida during the winter months. She will return to Chelsea Piers and will be available for lessons as of March 2019
Marjorie was named one of the Top 50 LPGA teachers in the country by Women's Golf Journal for the 2017 season as well of Golf Digest’s 50 Best Women Teachers in America. Additionally she has been recognized as the LPGA T&CP's Northeast Section Teacher of the Year and Player of the Year. Marjorie also won the PGA Women's Stroke Play Championship and the LPGA T&CP National Team Championship twice. A golf professional for 30 years, she has played professional golf in Europe, Asia, Australia and in the United States on the LPGA and Legends Tours. She played in 8 British Opens, 5 United States Opens, and has won numerous events.
She has been a full time teacher for more than 20 years. Her background in movement science and sports psychology helps Marjorie evaluate a student's motion and mental preparation in order to customize her teaching to the player's needs. She is a Class A member of the LPGA and PGA and holds a Bachelor's degree from Ithaca College in Physical Education and a Master's degree in Exercise Physiology from Florida State University. Marjorie has always been an avid student of the game and has successfully incorporated the best of what she has learned into her own dynamic teaching style.
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Golf is an amazing game that has something for almost everyone. I believe that by bringing out the most in my students they can learn to really enjoy the game. That starts with giving them a clear understanding of what they should be striving toward (e.g. getting the ball in the hole in the fewest strokes possible) and the tools needed to help them get there. My goal is to make the most of each individuals' talent whether they are a great athlete or not, so that they can get the most out of the game.
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