Junior Golf Lessons/Camps/Workshops
Amy Willmon, a native of Houston, has been a PGA Member and Teaching Professional for over 10 years. She was introduced to the game of golf at the age of four, and by the age of seven she had already established an impressive junior career. Growing up, Willmon became recognized as one of the city’s top junior golfers competing in the Houston Golf Association. Often selected as the city’s Player of the Year, she finished her junior golf career recording 32 wins out of 33 events. Willmon completed her junior career with AJGA events, finishing with a stroke average of 73. She took her dominating game to the University of Texas at El Paso where she led the Lady Miners to several top 10 finishes. Holding the all-time low scoring record at UTEP of 72.1, Willmon graduated with a BA in Communication/Advertising with a GPA of 4.0 and finished ranked 14th in NCAA Division I women’s golf.
After graduating, Willmon enrolled in the PGA program with goals of becoming a Head Golf Professional and certified PGA Teaching Professional. Three short years after graduation, she found herself as the first female head golf professional in the PGA’s Southwest Section. Accepting the position as Director of Instruction at Las Colinas Country Club, one of Dallas’ most prestigious clubs, Willmon became recognized for her instruction. She is a top provider for the PGA Clinic, “Get Golf Ready,” which is the development of junior golfers and private instruction. Her passion is helping golfers of all skill levels achieve their full potential and reach their personal goals. With her bubbly personality and drive to succeed, she is sure to be a valued asset at Pearland Golf Club.
The decision to accept the position as Head Golf Professional at Pearland Golf Club was easy for Willmon. “The potential here in Pearland is unbelievable,” she said. “The layout of the course is great, and with Pearland projected to continue in growth, with the right team, this club’s opportunity for success is unlimited.”