Billy Casper Golf (BCG) – one of the nation’s largest, most innovative golf course, country club and resort managers – congratulates Tiffany Faucette on being named one of the “50 Best LPGA Teachers” by the Ladies Professional Golf Association Teaching and Club Professionals membership.
Faucette is the lead instructor at BCG-managed 1757 Golf Club in Dulles, Va. The nationally acclaimed teacher enjoys working with players from beginner to professional.
“We’re only as good as our people, and Tiffany personifies the type of professional we’re blessed to call a Billy Casper Golf teammate and trendsetter,” says Peter Hill, BCG CEO and Chairman.
An independent golf industry selection committee reviewed eligible applications and identified the LPGA Top 50 Teachers – out of more than 1,700 LPGA certified professionals – using a weighted points formula. The annual recognition is presented by Women’s Golf Journal, a national American magazine dedicated to celebrating the lifestyle of women golfers everywhere.
Earlier this year, Faucette released her first book, Fighting Golf: Flow with Force and Fly. The 2014 LPGA Northeast Teacher of the Year’s fresh approach to improve scores combines battle and body awareness, resulting in a confident mindset, better positioning and forceful swings. Her first product, the Impact Improver, is an indoor solution to finding the sweet spot on any golf club.
“I’m working hard to re-frame this game that’s been around for centuries; some say it’s old and stodgy, but golf is so far from that,” says Faucette. “Golf is fun. It’s violent. It’s exciting!”
Thriving to make people better on and off the golf course, Faucette has coached all levels of golfers as well as former NFL, MLB and MLS players. Faucette captained Florida State University’s women’s golf team and rose to No. 1 in the Titleist Golfweek Rankings. Following a playing career on the LPGA Futures, European, and Asia tours – and scores of teaching accolades from national and regional organizations – Faucette is revered for quelling players’ frustrations and restoring their enthusiasm for the game.