Jeff Chambers

Contact Info

Jeff Chambers
Head Professional
(306) 778-4653
Elmwood Golf & Country Club

Member Bio

-Professional Golf Management Program, Lethbridge College
-Certifications – TCCP 1-4, Golf Psych, Ping club fitter, Titleist club fitter, Callaway club fitter, trained in CDC (Coach Developing Competitor), Future Links Instructor, Future Links Leader.
-Maple Leaf Junior Tour Tournament Director 2004 - current
-Elmwood Golf & Country Club Head Professional 2008 - current
-Provincial Golf Coach for Saskatchewan 2003 – 2007
-Elite Golf Cruises Golf Professional 2006
-Elmwood Golf & Country Club Assistant Professional 2001 – 2003
-Camrose Golf Club Pro Shop Assistant 2000
-Wolf Creek Golf Resort Pro Shop Assistant 1999

-2017 SK Teacher of the Year
-2015 SK Jr Promoter of the Year
-2012 SK Professional of the Year
-2011 Scott Knapp Trophy “Player of the Year” SK
-2011 Frank Fowler Trophy “Lowest Stroke Average of the Year” SK
-2011 “Head Pro Player of the Year” SK
-2011 “Junior Promoter of the Year” SK
-2010 Jack McLaughlin National “Junior Leader of the Year” Canada
-2010 “Junior Promoter of the Year” SK
-2009 “Junior Promoter of the Year” SK
-2009 “Head Pro Player of the Year” SK
-2008 “Junior Promoter of the Year” SK
-2006 “Junior Promoter of the Year” SK
-2002 “Assistant Player of the Year” SK
-2002, 2009, 2010, 2011 Titleist Cup Team Member
-2004 – current, Titleist Staff Player

Favorite Golf Tip

Practice with a Purpose – Beating balls on a range is really wasting your time if you aren’t practicing with purpose. The range is for warming up the body on golf days and for training on days you don’t plan to play. Learn how to hit all types of shots on your training day. If you stand there and try to hit it straight all day you will notice zero improvement when going on the course. If you try to learn how to draw the ball, then fade the ball, then hit it low, hit it high, etc... you will see better results. By practicing these types of shots you are learning and understanding your swing rather than quickly memorizing it. Trust me, there is a big difference. Next time you go out to the range to practice, try doing a random session instead of a blocked one. I would explain this terminology further, but if you really are keen to improve you will Google these two words(random/blocked) and you’ll see this is the proven way to really improve. See your local CPGA Professional and they will assist you in Practicing with a Purpose.

What's In The Bag

917 D3 9.5deg
917 F 15 deg
917H 20deg
4-pw AP2
Vokey SM7 50, 54, 58
Scotty Cameron