Transform Your Game
Individual Coaching Session Packages are designed to assess your game, plan a pathway to success and teach you the skills to get there. Each package begins with an on-course and TPI assessment to determine your goals, areas of your game that need improvement and any limitations that may exist. From there, I will build a coaching and practice plan around your individual goals and what I know it will take to get you to achieve those goals. We will work together on improving not only your technical game, but the most commonly over looked areas of mental, strategic, emotional and physical.
Junior Coaching Program
Our Junior Coaching Program exposes students to all aspects of the game; technical, physical, emotional, strategic and mental. The main focus will be incremental improvement in all of these areas to produce a more well-rounded player. This will take place Thursdays from April 13 to June 22, 4-5pm, ages 12-18, $325.
These lesson packages can be found on our website in our online store to register for and purchase. If you have any questions for Kate please call her at 250-571-7811 and press extension 4.
Meet Your Coach: Kate Weir
Kate Weir comes to Bighorn Golf & Country Club with three years of Head Professional experience at Rivershore Golf Links. Prior to arriving in Kamloops, Kate spent six years teaching and coaching at Burnaby Mountain Golf Course after turning professional in 2013 at The Vancouver Golf Club. In 2019, Kate was awarded the PGA of BC Apprentice Professional of the Year.
Since 2016, Kate has been a coach for the British Columbia Golf Association, conducting regional and provincial training camps and leading many of their athletes and teams to success. She is dedicated to her continued professional development and holds numerous coaching credentials including PGA of Canada CNC and CDC as well as Titleist Performance Institute Level 2 Golf and Level 2 Junior. Yoga is a passion of Kate’s and she became certified in Yoga for Golfers to better help her students be physically able to enjoy the game of golf.
Kate volunteers her time with numerous organizations and committees. She is currently an Advisory Board Member for The Women’s Golf Project, an initiative run by British Columbia Golf to promote women’s awareness and participation in golf. She sits on the Golf Canada Sport Committee, which oversees Golf Canada’s performance programs, including their National Teams. Kate, also, sits on the PGA of BC Tournaments and Captain’s Committee.
Prior to turning professional, Kate attended UBC on a golf scholarship from 2008-2010. She then transferred to Douglas College where she was the PacWest Individual Gold Medallist in 2011 and 2012, placing 5th nationally each year. She was also named CCAA All-Canadian in 2012.
Kate is really looking forward to offering new and innovative coaching programs at Bighorn. Her holistic approach will see students spend more learning time on the golf course, team supported supervised practice, and a well rounded learning environment that focuses not only on technical skills, but much overlooked physical, mental, strategical and emotional skills.