Meet the Team
MEET THE TEAM
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I was born and raised in Jackson Heights, New York (a.k.a. Queens). I lived one block from the 7-Train. I could see the Empire State building from my black-topped roof, my six-story apartment building was in walking distance from LaGuardia Airport, and the closest thing to green space was the St. Joan of Arc School’s L-shaped parking lot that served as my bike route, roller-rink, tennis court and jungle-gym. No one in my family played golf.
My Dad is a Russian immigrant from Venezuela who became a top Executive Chef in New York. My Mom was raised by a single mother in Bridgeport Connecticut and did not have the means to pursue sports or activities growing up. I was a first-generation city girl whose chances of ever being exposed to golf were slim-to-none.
Five subway stops away, we stumbled on "Pitch & Putt" in Flushing Meadows Park. I was eight years old and my adventurous parents and I — an only child — decided on a whim to try our hand at golf. The three of us spent two years playing in the shadow of Shea Stadium before ever stepping foot on a "real" course. When we did, we were hooked for good.
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Not only is PGA Professional Kellie Stenzel a Golf For Women magazine Top-50 teacher and rated by Golf Digest as one of the top teachers in the state of New York, but since 2009 Kellie has been named each year one of the Top 100 Teachers in the nation by Golf Magazine.
Kellie has published three women's golf books: "The Women's Guide to Golf: A Handbook for Beginners," "The Women's Guide to Consistent Golf," and "The Women's Guide to Lower Scores," in addition to being a contributing writer for Golf For Women and WorldGolf.com.Originally from Geneva, New York, Kellie's grandfather was a PGA Professional and her father played briefly on the PGA Tour.
After graduating from high school, she attended Furman University in Greenville, S.C., and played four years of Division I Women's golf. During her senior year at Furman, the team finished second in the nation at the NCAA finals........
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Cindy Miller is a graduate of the University of Miami where she began as a walk-on and gained All American status her senior year on the Division I Women’s Golf Team. She served as Team Captain and helped her team win the NCAA National Championships in 1977 and 1978.
A veteran of five U.S. Women’s Opens, she is a former LPGA Tour Player and presently a Class A LPGA Professional. Currently she plays on the Legends Tour, the Official Senior Tour of the LPGA and sits within the top 50 of their career money list. She competes with such LPGA Tour stars as Nancy Lopez, Pat Bradley, and Jan Stephenson. Cindy is sought after as a speaker, coach and corporate trainer. Teaching you to “Own Your Game”, she uses decades of competitive golf experience and a lifelong pursuit of personal potential to educate, inspire, and entertain participants.
Voted the 2010 National LPGA Teacher of the Year, she has also been named Player of the Year for the Northeastern United States. Cindy is among “The Top 50 Women Teachers in the United States” ranked by Golf Digest Magazine......
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