Few golf professionals can say they have reached the highest levels of accomplishment as both a teacher and player. Jamie Fischer can. Having been nationally recognized as one of America’s top teachers and having played in seven major championships, Jamie knows what it takes to play the game. Combining the best influences of traditional methods with the latest technological innovations, Jamie brings a breadth of knowledge and experience to each student whether they are a beginner or a tour player for a group instruction, private lessons, and playing lessons.
It would not be an overstatement to say Jamie Fischer has golf in her blood. Her mother Andy was one of the pioneering members of the LPGA Tour and many hours of Jamie’s formative years were spent at the golf course watching some of the best women golfers of all time.
Picking up the game early allowed her to win two Ohio Junior State Championships and qualify for her first U.S. Women’s Open at age 18. Jamie double majored at The University of Texas (Speech Communication and Journalism). While there she captained the top-ten ranked Women’s Golf Team and was named an Academic All-American. From graduation in 1991 until 1995 she played professionally both in the United States and abroad.
When her playing career finished in 1995, she turned her attention to teaching and coaching full time. She served as the teaching professional at Nantucket (MA) Golf Club and as a Master Instructor at two of the nation’s top golf schools (Jim McLean and Todd Sones). Additionally, she spent two years as the Assistant Women’s Golf Coach at Northwestern University.
Since 2008 she has been the Teaching Professional at the prestigious Conway Farms Golf Club in suburban Chicago, IL. She is also an instructor at two of Chicago’s top junior development programs; Wildcat Golf Academy and Big Shots Junior Golf Prep. She volunteers at the First Tee of North Chicago.
During the winter months, Jamie holds group instruction, private lessons, and playing lessons in La Quinta, CA.