Maggie Trainor is a Class ‘A’ Member of the PGA of Canada, and is currently an Associate Professional at the Dundas Valley Golf & Curling Club. She began her playing career as a junior at Chedoke Golf Club in Hamilton, and continued to develop her skills as a member at Beverly Golf & Country Club, before attending the University of Maryland on a golf scholarship. After earning a degree in English at Maryland, Maggie enrolled in the Professional Golf Management program at Humber College in Toronto. In her two years as a student athlete at Humber, Maggie was a member of a golf team that won two Ontario College Athletic Association (OCAA) Championship gold medals and two Canadian College Athletic Association (CCAA) Championship gold medals, while individually earning silver and gold medals at the OCAA Championship and two silvers at the CCAA Championship. To cap off her college playing career at Humber, Maggie won the Golf Canada University/College Championship as an individual. Since graduating, Maggie has been inducted into both the Humber College and OCAA Hall of Fame, and continues to coach for the varsity women’s golf team at Humber.
Since turning professional in 2009, Maggie has competed in several professional events, winning both the Ontario PGA Mixed Championship and the Ontario PGA Ladies Championship in 2012. She has been a TPI Level 1 certified instructor since 2013, and is currently working on her TPI Level 2 Golf Certification. Maggie is also a certified yoga instructor, having completed her 200 hours of training at De La Sol Yoga Studio in Hamilton. Maggie has been an instructor for the Dundas Valley junior golf program for the past 8 years. She has taught clinics as well as individual lessons for juniors and adults, and enjoys teaching golfers of all levels.