Shelley Duncan Career

Introducing Shelley Duncan.

Shelley Duncan

Shelley Duncan Shelley is a AAA class member of the New Zealand Professional Golf Asssociation. She has been a member of the NZPGA since 2000 and a member of the Australian Ladies' Professional Golf Association since 1998.

Among her many golfing achievements:
  • Since 2006 Shelley has been a coach and club fitter at the Otago Golf Club and loves helping golfers improve their game.
  • Coach of the winning New Zealand team in the Trans-Tasman tournament played in Australia in 2009.
  • New Zealand Coach for the winning team at the Aaron Badley Invitational in China 2008.
  • Southern Golf Academy Coach 2008.
  • High Performance Coach for New Zealand Golf since 2004.
  • Head Professional at the Otago Golf Club since 2007.
  • New Zealand Women's Coach of the 2006 World Amateur Team. The team finished 7th, which was its highest placing in 14 years.
  • Head Professional at the Taieri Golf Club from 2003-2006.
  • Trainee Professional at the Otago Golf Club 2000-2002.
  • A touring golf professional from 1998-2000 in the United States and  played in the US Women's Open in 1999.
  • Played amateur golf for the Otago and New Zealand women's teams from 1985-1997.

    Shelley spent between 1985 and 1989  on a golf scholarship at the University of Oklahoma.
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