Erin Szekely – LPGA Life Member, golf coach, director of NW Women’s Open

Erin didn’t pick up the game of golf until age 35, but then she went all in. She became a six-time club champion at Snohomish (Wash.) GC, and turned pro in 1996, competing on mini-tours throughout the U.S., winning the senior title of the 2003 Colorado Women’s Open. She became a member of the LPGA Teaching & Club Professionals (and is now a Life Member), was a founder and director of the Washington State Women’s Open, and is currently the director of the annual Northwest Women’s Open. She is also the head golf coach for the varsity and middle school boys and girls teams at The Bush School in Seattle, and was named Coach of the Year in 2019.

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