Private Lesson Certificate
*The purchase of a Private Lesson Certificate can be used at any time with the accordance to the golf professional selected. One can redeem this certificate with the professional once a appointment is made with the golf professional!* To make an appointment with the instructor click this link - https://evergreen.golf/lessons/private-lessons/ - call the Pro-Shop at 403-329-4500 OR come into our ProShop to create one. The instructor will get back to you with times and dates that would work the both of you. Our facility is open year-round for lessons with our Golf Pros!*
When you Purchase, an email will be sent to your email with a certificate attached (separate than our default confirmation email sent to you). Print this certificate OR display this email with it attached to the Golf Pro when meeting for the lesson. Please mention prior that you have a lesson certificate while making the lesson with the Pro.
Josh Walker -CPGA Class A Head Professional
Prior to coming to Evergreen Golf Centre, he spent 4 seasons working at the Kananaskis Country Golf Course. Wanting to learn more about semi-private and private golf club dynamics, he moved back to Lethbridge in the fall of 2002 and has lived here since. In 2003 Josh joined the team at the Magrath Golf Club through to the end of 2015. Along the way, he gained tremendous knowledge and experience in managing his own business and applied that knowledge and experience into his next venture as the Owner/Operator of J. Walker Golf. In 2016, he opened J. Walker Golf as a stand-alone independent golf shop, specializing in custom fit equipment and the latest in Men's and Ladies' golf apparel and accessories. With a focus on customer service, in two short years, the team at J. Walker Golf has fit over 150 customers into custom fit equipment best suited for their individual games.
He is extremely excited to be joining the fabulous team at Evergreen Golf Centre as the new Head Professional. He is looking forward to meeting and getting to know all the great customers of Evergreen Golf Centre and to helping you get the most out of your game.
Evan Webber PGA of Canada Class A Teaching Professional
PGA of British Columbia 2019 Top 100 Golf Professional in British Columbia Professional Development Program
Career-wise, Evan most recently comes from a 9 year stint at Crown Isle Golf Resort and Community in Courtenay, British Columbia where he started as an assistant and later became the Head Teaching Professional after attaining Class A status with the PGA of Canada. Prior to that he worked 5 years in the Kootenays at the Cranbrook Golf Club and the family run Windermere Valley Golf Course.
In 2019, Evan was recognized as a Top 100 Golf Professional in British Columbia for the pursuit of personal growth in the provinces Professional Development Program. Evan has a strong desire to learn and grow as a golf professional in order to better help his students.
Evan’s passion for golf instruction has brought him to Evergreen Golf Centre where he feels the company has a history of helping people play their best golf through both lessons and custom fitting. He is looking forward to helping the team and meeting many new people.
Marcus Meneghetti- CPGA Apprentice
In 2013 he became a member at Magrath Golf Club where he practiced and refined his golf game for two seasons, later making the University Golf team where he played until 2016 and is now currently the Assistant Coach. In 2017, Marcus worked for Josh Walker at ‘J Walker Golf’ where he was introduced to the career path of a Golf Professional. After joining Evergreen Golf Centre in April of 2018, Marcus went on to achieve his candidate status and upon finishing his business degree, became Evergreens newest Assistant Professional. Marcus sites his inspiration to the games colorful and creative characters like Lee Trevino, Bubba Watson and Gary Player who were never afraid to impart their personality onto their surroundings and their playing style. Marcus continues to study and refine his knowledge of the golf swing and his passion for the game reflects his philosophy of a natural and simplistic approach to instruction.