PGA Professionals

 

Victor Vianzon

Victor Vianzon  PGA of Canada Head Professional 
Victor started golf at the age of 10. Originally from Manila, Philippines, he moved to Vancouver, B.C. in 1988. Victor joined the PGA of Canada in 1995, serving as an Assistant Professional at Pitt Meadows Golf Club from 1994 to 1997, and at Northview Golf Club from 1998 to 2000. He came to Quilchena in 2001, and in the same year graduated from the Professional Golf Management Program at Camosun College. Victor attained his Class A Professional status in 2002 and is a Certified Level III Instructor. He is the Head Professional at Quilchena since 2011.

 

John Vu  PGA of Canada Assistant Professional
John started playing golf at age 16 and took it passionately in 2004. He went to Hawaii to pursue his studies at the Golf Academy of America and "Graduated with Honors" in 2005. He brought his knowledge and experiences back to Vancouver where he became the Pro Shop Manager at Golf Town Richmond and a Master in Club Repair/Fitter. He then worked at Fraserview Golf Course and became a member of PGA of Canada in 2008. In 2010, he took his passion of club repair to Callaway Golf as a Technical Consultant with the Callaway Tour Fit Van. While there, he used his experiences to specialize in becoming a Master Club Fitter/Builder for Callaway Golf and travelled throughout BC.

After joining Quilchena in 2012, John quickly bcame the person to go to for club repairs and fittings. He brings a wealth of experience from retail and grassroots environments. In his time away from the Club, he enjoys playing various sports such as volleyball, tennis, hockey, badminton and basketball.

John enjoys working with golfers to understand the game, build consistency, and improve their experiences on the golf course. He thoroughly enjoys working with juniors who are looking to take their game to the next level and setting up a plan for the golfer's specific needs in order for his/her game to reach maximum potential.

 

Jennifer Wyatt  LPGA Professional

Jennifer joined Quilchena as a junior in 1979; it was here she learned the game. Her breakthrough year was 1982 when her handicap dropped from 11 to 4.  Jennifer went on to be ranked as Canada’s top female amateur player in 1985 and 1986. During this time she received a collegiate golf scholarship at Lamar University, where she won two NCAA titles, and also graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design. She qualified for the LPGA on her first attempt and spent ten years on tour. Her greatest achievement was winning an official LPGA Tour Event, the Crestar-Farm Fresh Classic,in 1992. She shot a course record 66 in LPGA competition at Ko Olina, in Hawaii. Jen attributes her success and longevity in the sport to her short game, where in 1996 she was ranked in the top ten in putting and sand saves.

Having played in hundreds of competitive tournaments, Jen has a vast knowledge of the game. Adding to her resume, she has worked as a broadcast commentator for both CBC Sports and CTV Sports during televised golf events. She continues to compete on the Canadian Women's Tour, and was the winner of one of these events in 2003. She also competes in the BCPGA Women's Championship and has won this event six times. She also won the Washington State Women’s Open in 2009, and has been the runner up several times. She is now in her 13th year of teaching.