Danielle Nadon - general manager, loch march golf & country club
PGA of Canada
Danielle has been a member of the PGA of Canada for over 35 years, and a past president of the Ottawa chapter. She was a student of the legendary golf professional George Knudson and started her career at the Outaouais Golf club. Danielle also worked at the Rivermead golf Club for 8 years.
In 1987, she became the Head Golf Professional at the Loch March Golf & Country Club - the first francophone woman to do so in Canada. In 2010, she decided to return to Loch March.
Danielle was the co-chair of the CN Canadian Women's Open in 2008. She had previously been involved with the du Maurier Golf Classic events for many years – a former major LPGA championship – both as a player and volunteer. She acted as the master of ceremony for the final year of the du Maurier Classic at the Royal Ottawa Golf Club in 2000.
Danielle has been involved in a wide range of charity events, having worked - among other - with Peter Gzowski on the Literacy Golf Tournament for 10 years, travelling from one coast of Canada to the other. She has been a committee member for both the Women Tee it Up for Y Kids (since 2002) and the Jeanne Fuller Red Dress tournament that benefits the Ottawa Heart Institute.