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Mark Rashell

Class A PGA Member
Director of Golf 
 

Mark was recently ranked 7th on Golf Digest's Top 50 Instructors in Washington State (2013).  He has been a PGA Professional for 8 years, Mark is also a graduate of Methodist University Professional Golf Management program.  In Mark’s ten years experience as an instructor he has developed programs for players of all skill levels specializing in juniors and beginners.  Past students include high school and junior state champions and European and PGA Tour players.  Mark’s fundamental approach to playing better is easy to understand and always positive and fun.

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Cici Pilgrim

Before joining Oki Golf and The Golf Club at Newcastle, CiCi Pilgrim most recently served as a golf professional at Mountain View Country Club in La Quinta, Calif., and as head golf professional at Bear Creek Country Club in Woodinville, Wash. Pilgrim played National Amateur Golf, including the U.S. Women’s Amateur from 1965 to 1972. She played College Competition golf while attending the University of South Florida, where the team won the NCAA Championship in 1972.

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Alex Dunlop

PGA Professional 
 
A Seattle native, Alex’s background includes competitive and recreational exposure to the game of golf for 20 years. For his senior year of high school, Alex attended the David Leadbetter Golf Academy at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. He then competed for two years for the Washington State Cougars as well as studied Professional Golf Management at the University of Colorado where he completed his PGA education. Alex is extremely passionate about all aspects of the game of golf and is eager to help promote the game through building relationships, teaching and competition. He enjoys teaching every level of golfer and believes golf is a lifelong challenge.  His swing philosophy is based around consistency. Using your “big muscles” is the goal. The less moving parts the better. Striking the ball with your shoulders, hips and core, instead of arms, wrist and hands will lead to a more consistent swing and lower scores.  Recently Alex worked with Stan Utley, one of the best short game instructors in the world, to increase his knowledge of the short game because we all know how important that is.

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