Jennifer Alexander is an LPGA Class A Teaching & Club Professional at Las Vegas Golf Club located at Decatur & Washington.  She learned to play golf at the age of nine and hasn't looked back.  She has a tremendous amount of tournament experience as an amateur and professional.

She is a retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel and then worked at a large corporation in San Francisco.  In 2002, Jennifer left her position and spent 16 months at the Golf Academy of America in San Diego where she graduated Valedictorian with a degree in Golf Management and Teaching.  She then was the Tournament Director for amateurgolf.com directing tournaments all over California and Oregon. 

In 2005, Jennifer accepted a teaching position at Crystal Springs Golf Course just south of San Francisco.  She enrolled in the LPGA Teaching & Club Professional National Education Program and went from an Apprentice to achieving her Class A rating in only 14 months. Her lessons focus all about the golfer she is with and they all get better and better.  

Jennifer has given over 18,000 private lessons.  

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The love of her life is working with girls in the LPGA Girls Golf Program.  There are now 74 girls in her Girls Golf at Las Vegas Golf Club and it is truly the best Girls Golf Program in the Nevada.  In 2012, the Ladies Professional Golf Association established the LPGA Junior Golf Leadership Award, presented annually to the woman golf professional who has demonstrated outstanding accomplishments related to junior golf during the year.  Jennifer won this award for the Western Section of the LPGA Teaching & Club Professional Division. She also won the same award in 2015 and 2016. The LPGA Girls Golf Program at Las Vegas Golf Club is growing and is for girls of all abilities from age seven to seventeen.  The program focuses on having a lot of fun and the girls all get better.