About Jamie Reimer

Jamie is a PGA of Canada Class “A” Instructor who has taught over 12,500 lessons. With a desire to rank among the elite golf coaches, Jamie has been committed to ongoing education and the adoption of innovative technology and techniques into his teaching strategy. Some of these certifications include working with the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) and completing the Coaching of New Competitor program with the PGA of Canada.

As a teaching professional, Jamie starts with setting clear and concise goals with his clients and is committed to the achievement of those goals whether they are preparing for competition, diagnosing and correcting a particular challenge, learning the fundamentals, or achieving lower scores. His comprehensive approach incorporates an analysis of physical limitations or weaknesses, swing mechanics, mental aspects, equipment and the development of an individualized strategy.

Jamie is charismatic and engaging and has extensive experience working with competitive golfers. He enjoys working with players of all levels and abilities who have a desire to improve their enjoyment of the game whether they are new to the game or ready to take it to the next level. Jamie is a highly acclaimed junior golf specialist in the area, and helps many junior players reach and exceed their goals!

Jamie uses Trackman, Boditrak, Flightscope as well as V1 Pro High speed video analysis whenever necessary to give his students as much correct information and feedback as possible2

Training, Certifications and Accomplishments:

PGA of Canada Class “A” Instructor

Alberta Director of The Canadian Junior Golf Association

2019 Coach of Girls and Boys Gold Medalists at the Western Canada Summer games

University of Calgary Dinos Head Coach

2015, 2016, 2018 Alberta Junior Leader of the Year Finalist

2018, 2019, 2020 Alberta PGA Coach of the Year Finalist

CJGA 2015-19 Junior America’s Cup Team (Captain)

Titleist Performance Institute (TPI)  Level 3 Certified (JR)

CNC certified & CDC Trained

BA Communications, University of Calgary