Junior Golf
Junior Golf Seminar at Hawk Hollow Golf Club
Written By: stibor@michiganpga.com

Junior Golf Seminar
Hawk Hollow Golf Club, Bath, Michigan
Saturday, March 15, 2014 - 11:30am to 3pm
Entry Fee: $15 per person (Refreshments and Lunch Included)

The Michigan PGA Junior Tour and the Michigan PGA Section would like to provide you with information and help answer questions you have regarding the development of your junior golfer. To sign up please visit www.michiganpgagolf.com and click on the Junior Golf link, or for more information please contact Stephen Tibor at 517.641.7421 or stibor@michiganpga.com

Michigan State University
Men’s Head Golf Coach
Casey Lubahn

Casey returned as head coach of his alma mater in June of 2011. During his first season the Spartans won the Georgetown Intercollegiate, while also posting five top-5 finishes, including a fourth place finish at the Big Ten Championship. As a player, Casey was a three-year letter winner and 2003-04 captain of the Michigan State golf program. He finished his career with the fifth-lowest career stroke average (75.00) in program history. A native of Sand Lake, Mich., Casey earned a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies - law and society from Michigan State in 2004.

American Junior Golf Association (AJGA)
Senior Regional Director, Midwest
Matt Larson

Matt interned with the American Junior Golf Association in 2003 and upon graduating from the University of Minnesota in 2004, began full-time with the AJGA. Matt worked in the sponsorship department at the AJGA’s national headquarters outside of Atlanta for four years before becoming Regional Director, Midwest and starting the AJGA’s first satellite office outside of Chicago. As Senior Regional Director, Midwest, Matt is responsible for the overall growth and development of 16 events in the Midwest region, to include sponsorship, golf course selection, committee development and fundraising. Additionally, Matt maintains relationships with golf associations in the Midwest and speaks at numerous events on behalf of the AJGA.

Meridian Sun Golf Club
Bill Mory, PGA and Stephanie Wagemann

Bill and his wife Karen purchased Meridian Sun Golf Club in February of 2000. During his 27 years as a PGA teaching professional, Bill has worked with both beginners to professionals. Bill’s passion for junior golf led him to develop an amazing youth golf program at his facility. He also served as the Girls and Boys Golf Coach at Haslett High School for nine years.
Stephanie Wagemann was a four year starter for the University of Illinois, and made the record books with a top ten career scoring average. She is an accomplished player and coach who understands the unique approach when instructing the game to her students. Currently, Stephanie is the Girls Golf Team coach at
Haslett High School.

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