Stephanie George

Wellington, FL

The Club at Ibis

Each player has his/her own individual swing. There is no "one way" to swing the golf club. The game of golf is more enjoyable to a player when there is a mixture of basic fundamentals, along with the student's unique style.

561-625-8500
  • LPGA Class A Professional
  • LPGA Tour Player (2005)
  • Symetra Tour Player (2002-2012)
  • Two-time winner on the Symetra Tour
  • Radford University Athletics Hall of Fame (2016)
  • Big South Conference Player of the Year (2001)

I was born in raised in a small town near Hershey, PA where golf courses were few and far between. I spent most of my time at a $7 all-you-can-play municipal golf course. The fundamentals of golf were learned from my father and a lot of trial and error.
After being the only female on the golf team in high school, I realized there was potential to compete in college and was accepted to attend Radford University on a golf scholarship.
As my game continued to develop, the next step was to try and compete on a professional level. After qualifying for the Symetra Tour on my first attempt, my professional career was born. 10 years playing professionally with 1-year spent on the LPGA Tour were some of the greatest moments of my life. The experiences I had as well as the people I met have continued to enhance my enjoyment of the game.

After retiring from golf on the touring level, my passion of the game led me to begin teaching players at The Club at Ibis in West Palm Beach, FL. I've discovered that not only did I enjoy competing, I enjoyed even more watching and working with a player to achieve their goals in their game.

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