1757 Golf Club's Faucette is LPGA sectional teaching professional of the year

Tiffany Faucette, 1757 Golf Instructor, teaching a golf lesson

We've got a winner! The members of the Ladies Professional Golf Association's Teaching and Club Professional association have announced their annual section award winners, and 1757 Golf Club's Tiffany Faucette has been named northeast section teacher of the year. Faucette had been nominated for the award each of the last three years.

A lead instructor at 1757's impressive Game Improvement center, Faucette had a distinguished playing career before becoming a top teacher. She was the No. 1-ranked amateur in the country in 1997 during her time as captain of the Florida St. University golf team. Faucette then embarked on an 11-year playing career, teeing it up in professional events around the world, including a pair of LPGA major championships.

Faucette incorporates the teaching philosophies of many top-tier instructors into her programming, working tirelessly to help students improve their game.

If you're looking for someone in the northern Virginia area to take your game further than you ever dreamed, we have a suggestion: Call Tiffany. Congrats!

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