Heather comes to Canyon Creek after spending the past 5 years in the San Antonio area serving the Memberships at The Club at Comanche Trace and The Club at Sonterra as their Head Golf Professional. Prior to that Heather has had over 12 years of Head Professional/Director of Golf experience as some of the finest private club facilities in South Florida.
Born in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, Heather competed on both the Ontario and Canadian Amateur teams which earned her a golf scholarship at Longwood College in Virginia where she majored in Business Management. While there she helped her team win a NCAA Division II National title earning her a spot as an Individual in the NCAA Division I National Championship. After college Heather went on to compete on the Canadian and Futures Tours.
Subsequent to professional golf, Heather returned home to Canada to focus on becoming a club professional. During her time at home Heather earned her Class A status and became a Certified Level III Instructor. While in Canada Heather was nominated for two National Awards - Teacher of the Year and Junior Teacher of the Year with the PGA Ontario and the PGA of Canada.
Some of Heather’s professional and personal highlights include being the Head Women’s and Men’s Golf Coach at Northwood University in Palm Beach, FL, being nominated for the Taylor Made-Gary Adams Award (Executive Golfer Magazine), winning the Women's Ontario PGA Championship, being a Member of the Futures Tour in 93-94, having three of her former students playing for Canada in the 2016 Olympics in Rio (David Hearn, Brooke Henderson and Alana Sharp) and last but not least, being a player on the team from FL winning the USA Hockey’s National Women’s Hockey Championship.
Heather is equally proud of her husband David, who is also a PGA Golf Professional, who has worked for Yamaha Golf Cars the past 12 years and her son Payne who is a Senior in HS who will be attending Coastal Alabama next Fall on a Golf Scholarship.