Megan Chapman
PGA of Canada Class 'A' Professional

Head Teaching Professional

Before turning professional, Megan Chapman was one of the top ranked female amateur golfers in Canada. Born and raised in Meaford, Ontario, Megan developed an early passion and love for the game of golf through the support of her family and friends. At the age of 18, Megan became the number one ranked female junior golfer in Ontario after winning the Ontario Junior Girls' Championship. Megan was the first Canadian female to accept a full golf scholarship to Colorado State University in 2002. Collegiate highlights included being appointed team captain in her final two years and also earning Player of the Year recognition prior to graduating.

After completing her first year as an apprentice at The Academy at The Georgian Bay Club, Megan was awarded an exemption into the Canadian PGA because of her national golf ranking and performance in the Canadian PGA Ladies' Championship as an amateur. Megan continues to represent The Georgian Bay Club on the CN Canadian Women's Tour. Since turning professional, Megan has developed a passion and natural ability for inspiring and coaching junior athletes.

In addition to coaching, Megan is a certified Yoga Instructor and recognized as a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Junior Instructor. TPI is a world leader in golf fitness and elite player development. Megan uses her expertise and training from yoga and TPI to help junior athletes develop awareness and a better understanding of how the body affects the golf swing.

Megan's goal is to become the leading Canadian golf coach for junior golfers and act as a mentor for junior golfers (especially young girls) and provide them with the resources to grow as athletes and people.


G.W. King
PGA of Canada Class 'A' Professional

Associate Teaching Professional

G.W. comes from a wealth of competitive golf experience. Through his extensive experience with tournament golf and his love of the game, G.W. has become a leading golf professional in the industry. G.W. added to his skill set during his two years as Teaching Professional at Port Carling Country Club and continues to help both juniors and adults become better golfers at The Academy at The Georgian Bay Club.