Ginny Golding Golf

About Ginny

Growing up in London, Ontario, Ginny’s backyard was 27 holes of public golf. Ginny began golf at the age of 5 with 5 sawed off hickory clubs, learning the game by caddying and catching the local pro’s golf shots on the fly with her baseball glove!

Ginny entered her first tournament at the age of 9, the Jaycee’s Junior Boys tournament at Thames Valley Golf Course, London, Ontario.  Ginny was the only girl in the event, competing against 299 boys.

Fast forward, in 1985 Ginny became British Columbia’s first female golf professional.

Ginny’s first career was a teacher in Ontario and Nova Scotia for 8 years.

Ginny’s teaching background contributes greatly to her commitment to learning, her excellence in communication and her ability to adapt to all types of learners.

Ginny held teaching and/or Director of Instruction positions at University Golf Club, Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club, Big Sky Golf & Country Club, Westwood Plateau Golf Club and Musqueam Golf and Learning Academy.

Ginny has an enormous loyal following due to her dedication, commitment and infectious passion for helping others grow technically and personally in the game.

Recent Acknowledgments:

  • Best Golf Coach, Best of Vancouver Magazine 2010
  • Nominee YWCA Women of Distinction Award in the Health & Active Living Category, 2010
  • Nominee Teacher of the Year PGA of BC 2009

Ginny founded Golfbug Adventures, a unique golf travel business that offers short and long golf vacations to men and women. Check out the Travel section for more information.

Ginny wears many hats within the golf business, offering private and group instruction, private clinics, corporate events, destination golf schools and still finds time to give back by co-chairing the Harambee Charity Golf Classic that raises funds to educate girls in Kenya and Tanzania.

Please tee it up and take a walk down the fairways of Ginny Golding Golf!