RICH PARKER - PGA TEACHING PROFESSIONAL
BQ GOLF ACADEMY
BRIAN QUINN - DIRECTOR OF INSTRUCTION
ANN DAVIDSON - DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Rob Jeffrey is a Class A, Quarter-Century Member of PGA of America. He has been teaching at BQ Golf Academy since 2005. Prior to coming to BQ Golf Academy Jeffrey taught at Philadelphia C.C., St. Davids G.C. and Philadelphia Cricket Club. He brings a tremendous amount of knowledge to his teaching. Jeffrey has extensive experience in working with junior golfers, ladies and golfers of all handicap levels.
LINDSEY SCHNEIDER - HEAD OF ACCOUNTING
Lindsey Schneider is serving as our Head of Accounting. With experience in the marketing industry as well as management experience in the pharmaceutical industry she is a great fit to run BQ Golf Academy's business operations. Lindsey graduated from Indiana University in 2006 with a Bachelors degree in communications. Her responsibilities include organizing all of our private events, camps, golf schools, and appointments. Lindsey enjoys interacting with all of our clients old and new!
JIM BURKE - PGA TEACHING PROFESSIONAL
ROB JEFFREY - PGA TEACHING PROFESSIONAL
A widely recognized golfer throughout the Upper Valley area, a former touring professional and current Head Coach of Dartmouth University. Parker has had notable success on several professional tours. He was the PGA player of the year in two states; New Hampshire (1999) and Vermont (1997). He qualified for the 1990 U.S. Open at Medinah. Parker won the Vermont Open and is a 3 time winner of the NH Open. He won the Bangor Open, New England Open and the Greater Portland (Maine) Open in 2003. He has been working with BQ Golf Academy for 6 years. As Head Coach of Dartmouth Men's Golf Team Parker led the Big Green to three runner-up finishes in five tournaments, including a best-ever second-place showing at the New England intercollegiate Golf Association Championship. Dartmouth has come a long way over the past 7 years with a playoff loss at the 2012 Ivy Championship.
Jim Burke has been a Class A PGA Member since 1998. He has 11 years of collegiate coaching experience at Harvard and MIT. In his seven years at Harvard University the team improved its stroke average each season and 16.5 strokes in his tenure. Jim has been the Golf Course Manger at the Leo J. Martin Golf Course since 1996. Jim oversees the daily operation of the course, including personnel, memberships and financial matters. Jim brings personal experience as an athlete to his teaching and coaching. He was a four-year lettermen for the University of Maine’s hockey team. Prior to making golf his living, he played professionally in the Harford Whalers organization. Burke is consistently one of the top players in the New England Section. He has competed in the PGA Tours Deutsche Bank Championship.