Ann Holmes

PGA of Canada Class "A" Professional   


Ann started golf at the age of 5, but didn’t play competitively until she was a teenager in Redwater, Alberta. After playing junior golf and then completing her Physical Education degree at the University of Alberta, she moved to Vancouver to play for the University of British Columbia (UBC) Women’s Golf Team. While she was completing her Masters degree in Human Kinetics, Ann played in the National Women’s Amateur Championship in 1997.  This same year she joined the PGA of Canada as a professional and started her career in golf instruction, coaching, and playing.

Ann started coaching at UBC as the Head Coach for the Women’s Golf Program. In 2000, the UBC Women’s Team placed 2nd at the NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) National Championships in the US, won the RCGA University Golf Championships in Ottawa, and later that summer, Ann was named as the National Women’s Coach for the team that went to the World University Golf Championships in Northern Ireland. The next year, the UBC Women’s team won the NAIA National Golf Championships, and Ann was named as the NAIA Coach of the Year. In 2021, on the twentieth anniversary of the NAIA Championship, Ann and the team from 2001 were inducted into the UBC Sports Hall of Fame.

Since leaving Vancouver in 2002, Ann has been teaching Kinesiology at the College of New Caledonia (CNC) in Prince George. On the side she works as a mental training consultant, coach educator, health coach, and holistic nutritionist.  In 2017 she opened Active Health Solutions, a private fitness studio specializing in exercise prescription for anyone with medical issues. As a CSEP-CPT & TPI Fitness Specialist, she is able to work during the winter months offering Golf Fit classes for all golfers at her indoor driving range to improve their off-season fitness and golf swings. 

She has been working with the PGGCC Junior Program since 2013 and continues to teach clinics and golfers of all ages & levels.



Availability for Lessons: TBA 

Book a Lesson: Please call or text 250-613-5169



Blair Scott

Apprentice Professional

PGA of Canada member since 2016, Blair joined the Prince George Golf & Curing Club junior golf development Program at the age of
12-18 years old, where he learned how to play, and now teach the game of golf. Studied at the Phoenix Golf
Academy of America, and College of New Caledonia.

Blair is a student of the game, a current active competitive player, and has a strong passion for advancing his coaching techniques. Up
to date technology will be used during session with video breakdown, and launch monitor when

He enjoys working with golfers of all skill levels. All sessions will have extra time
booked to ensure a comfortable learning environment.


Availability for Lessons: TBA

Book a Lesson: Please text: (250) 301 - 9811