Laura Witvoet is the Academy’s Director of Instruction. Laura’s extensive background and experience as both a player and instructor will help make your time at the Academy of Golf rewarding, enjoyable, and memorable.
A champion golfer since 1988, Laura Witvoet is the first Albertan to ever play on the LPGA Tour. A graduate of the University of Alberta, majoring in physical education, Laura holds an LPGA Teaching And Club Professonal Class 'A' Card, earned in 1992. Laura started golfing at 10 years of age and as an amateur competed provincially and nationally where she won numerous championships.
Laura ended her amateur career as a member of The Alberta Women's Junior Golf Team. While working towards her LPGA Tour Card, Laura was the Assistant Professional at La Quinta Country Club in Palm Springs, California. At La Quinta, Laura extended her expertise to other golfers by conducting clinics and training seminars in both the United States and Canada. Laura now heads up the Wolf Creek Academy of Golf, conducting golf clinics and providing both private and group lessons in addition to her duties as Head Golf Professional.
Head Golf Professional
Director of Instruction
Wolf Creek Golf Resort