A home-away-from-home located between The Lodge at Sunriver Resort and the Cove Aquatic Center. Each room is accessed straight from the outdoors and features a cozy fireplace, outdoor space and spectacular views.
Originally from Southern California, Kevin's activities growing up were soccer, baseball, surfing, fly-fishing, and camping. It wasn't until later in high school that he found golf. Kevin's game flourished quickly, gaining him the honor of being inducted into his high school Hall of Fame. He won two tournaments while playing for Citrus College before transferring to California State University Northridge, where he received his bachelor's degree in business management. From 2006 to 2008, he coached and caddied for his wife on the LPGA Futures Tour. In 2009, he was recognized and asked to be a contestant on the Golf Channel's hit TV show the "Big Break." Kevin did well and played his way into the finals of "Big Break Disney Golf." After working at Altadena Golf Course as the Head Professional, Director of Instruction, and, lastly, Assistant General Manager, Kevin has followed his love for Central Oregon to Sunriver Resort. Kevin has worked with students of all ages and skill levels, striving to improve each golfer while making the environment stress-free and fun. He likes keeping things simple, focusing on fundamentals and working on the individual’s strengths, instead of trying to shape the golfer's swing into something that won't work for him or her.
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Born and raised in Southern California, Courtney picked up golf at the age of 13. She played all four years on the boys' high school golf team. Courtney qualified and played in the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship in 2001 and 2002. California State University Northridge gave her a full-ride scholarship where she played for one year before turning professional. From 2006 to 2008, Courtney competed in the LPGA Futures Tour, with her top finish coming in 2007, placing T-3 at the United States Steel Golf Classic in Hammond, Indiana. In 2008, she was a contestant on the Golf Channel's hit TV show "Big Break Ka'anapali." In 2009 and 2010, Courtney played in the Women's Canadian Tour, where her best finish was second at Seymour Country Club in Vancouver. While on tour, Courtney also pursued a career as a PGA golf instructor. She is the 2009, 2010 and 2012 Southern California Women's Section Champion. She received the 2012 Women's Player of the Year award. Courtney has had a wonderful playing career but now enjoys giving back to the game by teaching others. Having played at all levels of golf gives her a combination of playing knowledge and experience of the swing, which separates her from the common golf instructor.
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Chris Points grew up in eastern Oregon and learned to play golf at a very young age from his family members. Chris enjoyed golf and played in numerous junior golf tournaments all over the states of Oregon and Idaho. Chris's favorite memory was winning his grandfather's memorial tournament at the age of 13 and every year after until he reached the age of 18. Chris attended Boise State University for two years, studying kinesiology and graduated from Washington State University. After graduation Chris and a friend decided to have a summer of fun working at a golf course before attending grad school. Well, this summer will be Chris's 15th summer of fun. Since moving to Sunriver, Chris has joined the PGA and has been a Class A member since 2011. Chris enjoys teaching all aspects of the game to all ages and abilities. He prides himself on being able to adapt to and customize every lesson to any individual's needs. Chris is also a certified Nike Club fitter for all of your custom club needs.
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Mark developed his passion for golf while growing up in a small town in Nebraska. His passion led him to attend the University of Nebraska, where he worked his way through the professional golf management program in pursuit of a career in golf. Mark’s final internship led him to Central Oregon. Mark has spent time teaching golf in Nebraska, New York, Pennsylvania, California and Oregon. On the lesson tee, Mark enjoys teaching personalized golf – there is no one swing, there is only your swing. Creating a golf swing that is more repeatable and consistent so that you can spend more time playing golf and less time practicing.
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