Danielle Nadon

PGA of Canada

Danielle has been a member of the PGA of Canada for the 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 - the first francophone woman to do so in Canada. In 2010, she decided to return to Loch March. Danielle has been a member of the Canadian Professional Golfers Association for the past 35 years, and a Past President of the Ottawa PGA 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, 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 Classics 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.

Bob Farant

PGA of Canada

Bob Farant was born and raised in Ottawa and began his golf career as an assistant golf pro at the Arnprior Golf Club. Fifteen years later Bob was hired as the head Golf Professional at the Royal Ottawa golf club where he developed a very successful junior golf program with the help of his assistant pros.

Bob has had an extensive and successful career of teaching and coaching at some of Canada’s most prestigious golf clubs including the Toronto Golf Club and the Royal Ottawa. Bob also had the opportunity to work with NCAA college players and a few professional tour players but like most successful golf instructors, the bulk of the instruction and coaching has been with the average golfer that is just trying to improve.

If you are a beginner, a competitive amateur or a recreational player who would just like to enjoy the game more, Bob is ready to help.

Dan Houle

TPI Certified Level-3 Golf instructor & K-VEST professional

Dan Houle is a Certified Level-3 Golf Instructor through the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI). Since 2011, Dan has been combining a state-of-the-art human motion learning system, the K-VEST, with TPI golf fitness screens and programs to help golfers achieve a more consistent, powerful and - perhaps most importantly - healthy golf swing.

Dan has helped hundreds of golfers, who were at times either experiencing nagging pain or even recovering from serious injury, rediscover their enjoyment of the game through focused work on basic fitness/mobility, good posture, and sound mechanics. Dan has also worked with physiotherapists, manual therapists and medical professionals when assisting in a golfer's recovery.

He has trained in Oceanside, California, and Orlando, Florida, with TPI founders: Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Philips. Dan has also been attending World Golf Fitness Summits (WGFS) since 2010.

Regardless if you want to ask questions about injury prevention or discuss core fitness to support sound mechanics, Dan would be more than happy to help you.