Jessica Reese Quayle - LPGA Teaching Professional
Former Montgomery High School golfer and LPGA tour player, Jessica Reese Quayle, returned to the North Bay and started as the LPGA Teaching Professional at Chardonnay Golf Club in May 2010.
Jessica graduated from Montgomery High School in 1999, where she starred as the #1 Player on the Boys Golf Team, a team made up of several eventual Div. I golfers. As an outstanding senior season, Jessica was recruited by the University of Texas to play golf on a full scholarship. While at Texas, she led the Lady Longhorns to top 3 rankings in the NCAA Championships four years in a row. Receiving All-American and Team MVP honors, Jessica graduated as a top ranked national amateur and with a degree in Kinesiology. In her last semester of college, Jessica competed in the LPGA Qualifying School and earned her tour status. She played on the LPGA tour for 3 years, competing in national and international events. In 2006 she qualified for two majors, the Women’s British Open and the McDonald’s Championship. While on tour, Jessica worked with top 100 PGA golf instructors including Dave Pelz and Chuck Cook.
After retiring from active playing the LPGA tour, Jessica was immediately hired by Golfsmith International in Austin, Texas to teach at the Harvey Penick Golf Academy. Here she was able to take a wealth of golf experience and make the successful transition into teaching. Jessica is a TPI Certified Golf Fitness Instructor (TPI = Titleist Performance Institute) and TPI Level Two Golf Pro in addition to being a Class A LPGA Teaching Pro. She works with all levels of golfers, from beginning to advanced, juniors to the high end golfer, and men, women and seniors.
At Chardonnay, Jessica will be teaching an assortment of clinics, junior camps, and individual instruction. In addition to working at Chardonnay, she will be coaching both the boys and girls golf teams at American Canyon High School.
“I am extremely excited to be back in my hometown doing what I love the best. My husband and I returned to the North Bay to be closer to our families after the recent birth of our son. I feel really fortunate to be working at a complete player development facility like Chardonnay.”