Gail Graham is passionate about golf. Whether she is practicing, playing, watching, teaching or coaching, Gail sees the game as an opportunity for learning, personal growth and most importantly, fun.

Graham’s 44+ years playing golf and 30+ years as a professional culminated in her being inducted into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame in 2018. Gail is a two time LPGA Tour Winner with over $1.23 million in career earnings and also has a victory on the Symetra (Futures) Tour and at the Canadian PGA Women’s Championship. She is also a member of the British Columbia and Manitoba Golf Halls of Fame.

Gail was President of the LPGA Tour in 2001 & 2002 (the first non-American) and was President of the LPGA Tournament Owners Association for 7 years. She is a Class A member of the LPGA T&CP and continues to compete on The Legends Tour.

Off the course, Gail enjoys working out, cycling and hiking, nesting, cooking and enjoying a glass or two of good wine. She is an RV owner and appreciates the road less travelled alongside her fur babies George and Henry.

For Gail, golf is not just a game, it is life. It has and continues to create relationships and opportunities, provide growth and perspective all of which have shaped her very positive outlook on life. Her passion is infectious.

Teaching Philosophy

I have been very fortunate in my journey through golf to have worked with some of the most incredible instructors and played with some of the greatest female (and male) golfers in the world. I have endeavored to glean the very best from each of these passionate, talented and inspirational individuals and have built my own philosophy from these learnings and from my lifetime of experience playing the game.

I believe that golf is difficult enough without the added expectations and preconceived ideas that we all have. I also believe that most golfers get stuck in playing golf swing rather than in playing the game and as such, I am excited to help my students take their swings on to the course and “play” the game.

My approach is to keep things simple while working to create individual improvement milestones for my students that take them on a journey with the game that works to create a simple, repeatable swing, imaginative short game and solid, consistent putting stroke.

As a coach, my goal for each student is to give them the tools to reach their goals and most importantly, enjoy the game for a lifetime, no matter what their skill level is.


British Columbia Golf Hall of Fame 2015
LPGA William & Mousie Powell Award Winner 2002
1995 Fieldcrest Cannon Classic Champion – LPGA
1998 Manhattan Futures Classic Champion – Futures Tour
Manitoba Golf Hall of Fame 2008
1997 Alpine Australian Ladies Masters Champion – LPGA
1998 Canadian PGA Women’s Champion

Carerer Highlights

T6 – Pepsi Northwest Women’s Open and Senior Division Champion
T15 Legends Tour Patty Berg Memorial
T15 Walgreen’s Charity Classic
2010 – 2013
Legends Tour – Handa Cup International Team Member
Retired from full time play
1 Top Ten finish
1 Top Ten finish

Member Affiliations

LPGA T&CP Class A-T Member
2009 – present

Legends Tour Member

1990 – present

LPGA Tour Member