2014 PGA NATIONAL TEACHER OF THE YEAR KATHY GILDERSLEEVE-JENSEN
LOOKS TO GROW GAME AND ANNOUNCES NEW BRAND “GOLF RESULTS NOW”
Spokane, WA – April 6, 2015 – Reigning PGA National Teacher of the Year Kathy Gildersleeve-Jensen has one goal. Growing the game of golf to the masses. And to help propel that effort, Kathy announces her new website golfresultsnow.com, as her new brand. Golfresultsnow.com will promote lessons, clinics, new golf equipment and golf training aids.
“I simply love the game and am humbled by my new opportunity to make a difference, “ said Kathy. “I know the many benefits golf teaches and want others to have a chance to experience these things, too.”
By connecting people to the sport via her website www.golfresultsnow.com and social media, Kathy also is raising awareness to the many charities that use golf for fundraising. “We need to convert the golfers that play once or twice a year in a charity event to avid golfers,” Kathy, said. “We also need to help the charities grow their tournaments which intern helps the community as a whole.”
Presently, Kathy endorses PnPGolf, The Short Game Innovators. PNPGolf is an Australian based company that specializes in short game clubs, including the RAKE Sand and Lob Wedge.
Kathy is available for interviews at your request.
About Kathy Gildersleeve-Jensen:
Kathy Gildersleeve-Jensen, PGA Director of Instruction and owner of KGJgolf at Indian Canyon Golf Course in Spokane, Washington, is the first woman golf professional in history to be named PGA Teacher of the Year Included among her list of players are celebrities, as well as Canadian, Asian and Symetra Tour Professionals.
In 2013, Golf Digest selected Gildersleeve-Jensen No. 4 in its “Best Teachers in State” roster; and she was among the 2013 and 2014 Golf Range Association of America Top 50 Teachers Growth of the Game list. Gildersleeve-Jensen continually incorporates new technology, science and social media into her work, including Web Cam Live Personal Online lessons. She is an eBook Author of “How to Play Golf … Inside 50 Yards” and has written countless magazine articles on the game.