Speakers Program 2022
Our speakers program allows our players to learn from golf organizations and players in the community what is happening, learning new skills and rules and what is available to them as they get older.
On August ?? Gianna Rojas - World Ranked One Handed Lady Golfer, CEO/Founder of Adaptive Golfers spoke to the girls at their clinic.
On July 6, Rebecca Gaona, Mgr Communications NJSGA spoke to the girls at the clinic. She oversees all of the NJSGA’s communications initiatives, including the web site (NJSGA.org), magazine (New Jersey Golf), social media, multi-media, e-newsletters (E-Links), media relations, and strategy development for each of the NJSGA’s core service and programs.
Christina Paulsen, NJPGA
On May 4, Christina Paulsen, former junior golfer and Rutgers University Alum, currently works for the New Jersey Section of the PGA of America as Manager of Tournaments, Junior Golf & Membership. Her job entails administering Junior and Professional Golf Tournaments, directly assisting the Junior Golf Director, managing membership services for PGA Professionals, and administrative work for the New Jersey PGA’s charitable arm, the New Jersey Golf Foundation.
Paulsen, a successful golfer on the Rutgers Women’s Golf Team, from 2012-2016, made history by being the first ever female to compete in the Club Championship at the famed Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, New Jersey.
Speakers of Years Past:
Kamille Ramos Speaks About Careers in Golf
Kamille Ramos - Senior Manager, Diversity, Inclusion and Talent Acquisition - United States Golf Association spoke to GNGG players about finding careers in golf.
Guest Speaker Gianna Rojas Founder of Adaptive Golfer
Speakers Program 2017
Kamille Ramos USGA-2017 Girls Golf Invitational Luncheon
Kevin Purcell, Executive Director of NJSGA visits Greater Newark Girls Golf
Golf Positive! Live Positive! Lessons in Golf
Greater Newark heralds their LPGA professional and Co-Site Director Debbie O'Connell"s on the publication of her new book.
USGA Rules Guru, Jim Litvak, Gives Lessons
Seton Hall University Women's Golf Coach Scheduled for May 17
On May 17, Sara Doell, the head coach of Seton Hall University Women's golf will speak to everyone at the Galloping Hill Learning Center. The program begin at 6PM sharp. Girls should arrive prior to 6 to sign in and settle into their seats on the benches.
Sara Doell just completed her sixth year as the head coach of Seton Hall's women's golf program. In that short period, she has cemented herself as one of the young, up-and--coming standout coaches in the country. Doell has guided the Pirates to three consecutive BIG EAST titles, three straight NCAA Regional appearances, has been named BIG EAST Coach of the Year three times and LPGA National Coach of the Year in 2015.
With competitive playing, teaching and coaching experience, Doell has developed a coaching style that matches her core values. "I value hard work, balance, mindfulness and positive energy. I believe that my role as a coach is to integrate those values into my coaching. It is important to give each individual athlete the tools she needs to improve her skills and approach to the game.