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Robbie Johnson

Current Golf Facility: Banff Springs GC
Member Classification: Associate Professional
Education Background: Campbellsville University
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I become a PGA of Canada Professional in 2017, starting my life long dream of becoming a golf professional. Before then, I was able to attend college/university in the United States where I obtained my Sports Management degree. While in university, I went to Fairmont Banff Springs for my internship as I gained knowledge of the golf shop and retail operations. The following summer Fairmont St Andrews presented the opportunity to go there as I was there for an entire year seeing the summer vs winter golf operations. After a year in Scotland, I applied to be the Assistant Golf Professional at Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge where I gained leadership qualities and worked at one of the top courses in Canada. I treasure my time in Jasper as I learned an incredible amount while working with some great professionals well recognized in the industry.

When the lockdown started, I decided to dig deeper into something I loved and that was teaching. I got certified as part of the Leadbetter program as well as TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) certified and still continue to do more education to better understand how the body works with any physical limitation someone might have.

Q. What do you enjoy most about the game and the business of golf?
I love seeing golfers enjoy the course and getting to see new golfers enjoy the game
Q. What or who influenced you in becoming a Golf Professional?
My Grandfather
Q. What would you be doing if you weren’t a Golf Professional?
I would be a GM of a professional sport team
Q. What is your favourite golf course in the world?
The Old Course St Andrews
Q. Who is your favourite PGA Tour player?
Jon Rahm
Q. What is the first club you take out of your bag on the driving range?
9 Iron
Q. What is the most number of holes of golf you have played in one day?
Q. What is your career low round and where did you shoot this score?
64 at Stewart Creek
Q. What significant accomplishments are you most proud of?
I had a golf scholarship in the United States where I became a top 10 player in the region
Q. What other interests, hobbies and passions can you share?
Robbie Johnson

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