Níchole Grover is an LPGA teaching professional with a back ground in S ports Psychology. Nichole is certified in TPI, golf specific personal training, sports nutritionist, flight scope & SNAG golf. Before coming to Anthem Country Club, she was an LPGA teaching professional at Desert Mountain in Scottsdale and was the Director of Golf at Windy Hill GC in Virginia. Originally from Springfield, Illinois, Níchole taught at several courses throughout the city and was the Head Women's golf coach at University of Illinois Springfield leading the program to unprecedented heights.
Níchole, who is a huge golf advocate, started and helped instruct multiple junior golf camps, clinics and tournaments over the past 20 years. Her ability to create a vision along with her commitment to the value of golf shows in her involvement with charity events including her own. The H Albert Inkel Memorial Fund was started in 2010 and awards over $2000 in scholarships to local junior golfers each year.
In 2012, Níchole received the Civilian Award “In the Honor of Meritorious direct “hands-on” in an act of humanitarian nature directed at young children”. In 2010, Níchole was awarded the Celebrity citizen award by the Mayor of Springfield for her support and contribution to the city.
As a player, Níchole has experienced a tremendous amount of success on the links and was a pioneer in the Central Illinois golf community. Along with her outstanding prep career, Níchole holds the women's course record of 67 at The Rail Golf Course and the Women’s course record in The Round the Town Tournament with a 64.
Níchole is married and has three children.