Shea comes to us from the small town of Strasbourg, Saskatchewan, where he was introduced to the game of golf at the age of 8 by a family friend. His passion for the game began instantly, and he quickly made golf a part of his daily routine in the short Saskatchewan summers. August 2011, Shea decided to make golf his career by attending the Golf Academy of America, in San Diego, to study Golf Operations and Management. In December 2012 he graduated with honors also earning the President's Award for perfect attendance, academic excellence and for playing ability. Upon graduation, Shea moved to Kelowna and put his knowledge and ability to practice at the Kelowna Golf and Country Club for the past 5 golf seasons. He is extremely excited to join the team at Two Eagle Golf Course & Academy for 2017!
Shea considers golf to be his career, hobby and passion. He is constantly learning about all aspects of the game including teaching, coaching, new equipment, course design and playing the game! Shea truly enjoys the challenge of golf and the opportunity for continual improvement. When away from the course, Shea is a huge sports fan. He enjoys watching and playing hockey, and watching football, baseball and obviously golf! To relax, you will find Shea on the water with a fishing rod in his hands.
- Completed Professional Golf Management Program at Golf Academy of America - San Diego, California
- CPGA Candidate for Membership
- 5 Years of Coaching Experience
- 2000 Saskatchewan Provincial Hockey Champion
- 2002 & 2003 - High School Curling Provincial Bronze Medalist
- 2011 Presidents Award recipient - Golf Academy of America
History In Golf
- where you worked from the first job in golf to now
- 5 Years - Assistant Professional at Kelowna Golf and Country Club
Shea's personal goal is to make sure everyone has a positive experience at Two Eagles Golf Course. He prides himself on delivering quality golf coaching in a relaxing, fun environment. He enjoys assisting players of all abilities on their path to improvement, and enjoying the game more. I believe that improvement stems from knowledge, self awareness, understanding and repetition. If we develop a plan based on these factors, we will be sure to see timely, long lasting results!