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Dennis Fabbri, PGA Head Professional
Dennis has been the PGA Head Professional at Lakeview Hills Golf Resort for over 25 years and a member of the Michigna Section of the PGA of America. The men and women of the PGA are recognized as experts in the game and business of golf and are dedicated to the enjoyment of the game. The Michigan PGA provides a wide variety of programs and assistance to promote goodwill and share the game's values not only to the golfing customers, but also to their communities.
Dennis's passion to help others play golf better comes from his own experiences with golf instruction as a junior and college player at Lynn University formerly known as The College of Boca Raton. He has attended numerous national and local PGA teaching seminars in his continuous ambition to be the best.
Dennis has also coached Croswell-Lexington High School for the past 15 years and has had teams make it to the MHSAA State Golf Finals and has coached Austin Carter as an individual to win the State Finals in 2014. His patient demeanor coupled with his attention to detail and desire to help every student improve ensures a high level of instruction. Dennis prides himself on the fact that he is always learning an continuously striving to become a better instructor.
Dennis and wife, Dana are proud parents of a daughter, Danielle and sons, Nicholas and Jordan.
Theresa Durand, 10 year Class A LPGA Teaching Professional
Theresa is a Port Huron native who graduated from University of Arizona with a degree in Education in 1981. She taught in the classroom for 8 years, before joining the LPGA tour as a caddie traveling worldwide for 10 years. After caddying, she earned her LPGA teaching certification and has been dedicated to golf instruction and some coaching the past 15 years.
Theresa now resides in Port Huron in the summer months and Tucson, Arizona in the winter teaching golf and running an organizing business called "Finesse The Mess."