Commitment and passion for the game of golf has been a trademark of Lisa’s tenure at the
Osgood Golf Course.
Named Head Professional of the Osgood Golf Course in 2005, Lisa has received many honors, including
the 2005 Dakota Chapter Facility Promoter of the Year and the Junior Golf Leader Award in 2009 and 2011. She is currently one of a handful of female PGA Head Professionals in the tri-state region.
Lisa played collegiate golf at the University of Portland, Oregon from 1998-2002. While there,
she was a 4-time West Coast Conference All-Academic Team member and was the individual winner of the 2000 Lewis and Clark Invitational. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, she returned to Fargo to
begin the Professional Golf Association’s Professional Golf Management Program.
Lisa earned her PGA Class A membership in 2005 and completed the PGA’s Certified Professionals Program in Instruction in 2007.
Lisa's LPGA Girls Golf Club of Fargo, ND has been nationally recognized as a leader in growing the game of golf to girls.
Since 2005, teaching golfers of all ages and experience levels has been and continues to be her passion. Lisa’s relaxed and low-pressure style of teaching has helped make beginner and intermediate golfers feel relaxed and in an environment conducive to learning.
Lisa teaches both private and group lessons to juniors, seniors, men and women of all levels and abilities. She also runs a variety of golf programs. For more information please see the Lessons page.