Michele Trimarche is an accomplished PGA/LPGA Golf Professional with a diverse background within the golf and fitness industries. Her extensive knowledge of the sport and personable demeanor throughout her teaching career has connected her with outstanding individuals and has enabled her to form long lasting relationships. In her early days, Michele was an integral member of the Faldo Golf Institute by Marriott where she served on the initial new facility launch team and opened two golf schools as a senior instructor at Faldo Golf Institute. From there, she spent five years as a Master Instructor at the Jim McLean Golf School with her focus on creating top notch player development programs for women. More recently, Michele served as the head teaching professional at Alpine Country Club in Alpine, New Jersey. Her time there proved invaluable to the growth and success of the club with her dedication to member services and client satisfaction. Michele has enjoyed a successful playing career in golf and competed in several Miss Fitness USA and Body Building competitions earning multiple titles in her career. Her golf accolades and certifications include being selected among the Top 50 Teachers in America by Golf for Women Magazine and top 100 Teachers in the Northeast by Golf Magazine. Michele is a U.S. Kids Golf certified instructor, a T. P. I. Certified Golf/Fitness Professional, a Certified Yoga Teacher, and an International Sports Science Association (ISSA) Certified Fitness Trainer. Aside from teaching and performing, Michele is a published writer and TV personality. She has written numerous articles for Golf for Women Magazine and PGA Magazine. In addition, she contributed to the book, The Best Golf Advice I ever Received, by Donald Trump. In front of the camera, Michele spent time on the Golf Channel and on America’s Health Network providing tips and insight. Michele is originally from Palm Beach, Florida where she completed her education at Lynn University. She looks forward to sharing her time and energy with the members at the Preserve Golf Club in Carmel CA.
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A top 100 Tom Fazio championship course in year-round sunshine surrounded by untamed natural beauty. Golf at its Greatest The tangy resonance of ocean breeze and quality of the course might suggest Pebble Beach, Cypress Point or Spyglass Hill but the warmth of the sun, serene open wilderness, surrounding wildlife and lack of tee time distinguishes this course near Carmel, California from its coastline neighbors. A Devotion to Preserve There’s nothing like starting your morning with the low angles of the sun splashing over the course with the Santa Lucia Mountains in the background, delaying your tee shot to take in the sight of a family of bobcats, breaking for lunch mid-round amongst a redwood grove, or sharing the fairways with friends and deer in the waning hours of the day. This is what golf feels like on a course that is managed as an integral part of a preserve.
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19 Pronghorn Run, Carmel, CA 93923-7711
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