LPGA Teaching Professional
Wallace grew up in Massachusetts and was blessed in being introduced to the game at a young age. She grew up in a golfing family. Her Dad was an executive committee member of the Massachusetts Golf Association, a former Governor of the New England Seniors Association, and a member of the Hickory Shafts of Massachusetts. Her brother was Massachusetts Golfer of the Year and played in 6 US Amateurs. Wallace graduated form the University of New Hampshire where she played on the field hockey and lacrosse teams.
Her love for the game of golf manifests itself in playing as well as teaching. She’s competed in 9 USGA National Championships, was runner up in the Arizona State Amateur and has won 13 state tournaments. She holds many course records, her low scoring round at Belfair was a 68 on the west course member tees.
Being able to play what she teaches is the core of her instruction. She has worked with many great instructors including Mike Molaska, Jim Hardy, Janet LePera and Krista Dunton. She has mentored under Carl Lohren since 2012, and has modeled her teaching on his information. Wallace teaches fundamentals that apply to all players, beginners and professionals. The set up combined with a proper start are critical for a weak or strong player.
Wallace is a Titleist Perfomance Institue Professional and member of the Ladies Professional Golf Association.