Class A PGA Teaching Professional Andrea Kellar
Andrea is the female PGA teaching professional at Interlachen Country Club where she is involved in all aspects of the teaching program including developing women’s clinic and programs, co-developing the junior golf program and private/group lessons. She is also on the advisory committee for the 2008 US Women’s Open.
Andrea was a member of the University of Miami 1982/1983 NCAA Women’s Championship Golf Team. She won the Florida State Women’s Amateur (match play) in 1989 and 1991 and the Florida Ladies Amateur (stroke play) in 1991. She was medalist at the USGA Mid Amateur Championship in 1991 and at that time set a new tournament record. She was also runner-up at the 1990 Mexican Amateur.
Andrea turned professional and competed on professional tours around the world including The Futures Tour and Asian Tour where she won The Ladies’ Thailand Pro Am.
Prior to Interlachen she was the teaching professional at North Shore Country Club and Director of Women’s Instruction at Green to Tee in Chicago. She was also assistant golf coach for the Loyola Academy Girl’s golf team.
She has co-developed a business-golf consulting group that works with corporations and individuals to utilize golf as a business tool. The group was represented on a National level at the CMAA World Education Conference in 2005.
She has co-developed and produced a Golf Training DVD System, Core Swing Connection, for golfers. It teaches the golfer to feel a powerful and balanced golf swing while working on core strength, over-all strength, flexibility, and swing fundamentals.
Andrea has two daughters. She is a graduate of The University of Miami with a degree in Communication and Marketing. Because of her passion for teaching she has and continues to work with and study the best teachers in the world.