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Sue Antony Crampton


Sue has worked in the fitness and sports industry for over thirty years. As owner of H20 USA, she certified over 250 people in her trademarked water fitness program, developing and operating a water aerobic program for a well known fitness/health club based corporation, while co-authoring articles in water fitness for Fitness Magazine.

During her son's journey through competitive junior golf, her life has been deeply enriched by her experiences with parents of golfers, coaches, tournament directors, golf associations, and the junior golfers as well. She is committed to help junior golfers find their way clearly through the maze of tournament scheduling that can be overwhelming without the help from an expert who has lived through it. Sue's son is currently a D1 collegiate golfer. Sue lives in Pebble Beach, CA with her family

A lifetime of competition scheduling experience has led Susan to help families plan tournaments for their junior golfers. She has helped countless junior golfers set goals and play schedules that get results. With a true need in our sport to navigate tournament planning, Course of Action Golf was developed. She is an expert at taking your junior golfer’s competition experience, goals, and personality and designing a custom tournament schedule to give them the best shot at moving ahead of the competition.


Susan lives in Cumming, GA with her family.  



Jim Hamm 

PGA Class "A" Professional 


As a 25 year member of the PGA, Jim has taught over 80 D1 Mens and Womens golfers representing over 25 universities.


Grayson Woods Golf Course & Teaching Academy

Pleasant Hill, CA

(925) 935-7277

Julie and Tracy Cunningham


Golf is a way of life for the Cunningham Family. Tracy Cunningham is a partner at Design Financial and has been a stand out in his industry for the past 20 years. Julie is the operations manager for Design Financial.


Julie started playing golf at age 10. She played on her high school boys and girls teams as well as played college golf for the University of Wyoming.


Home schooling two boys allowed the Cunninghams to travel the world in junior golf at every level. Their two boys have both earned spots on a D1 college team.


The Cunninghams reside in Arizona and Texas.

Dolores Salazar


Sports are a huge part of the Salazar family and Dolores is very familiar with competitve sports on all levels. She currently has a daughter playing D1 college golf. Dolores had a career in law enforcement before building a very successful business with her husband.


Dolores is a girls junior golf expert. She understands the the ins and outs of junior golf at every level and has traveled to junior golf events in the U.S. and abroad over the last 12 years. She understands goal setting and is very savvy at saving money and maximizing a player's opportunities. Dolores's daughter Lauren competed for both Clemson University and Maryland.


Dolores lives in Santa Clara, California with her family.

Susan Petefish                                                                    


Susan learned at an early age how to dream big, set goals, position herself in the right competitions, and win national titles. As a top equestrian winning over 5 American Horse Show Association medals, and reigning as the Overall Junior Champion on the West Coast, she became a stand out at the top level of her sport.


After attending University of California, Berkeley and earning her BS Degree, she was a leader in corporate America with Lever Brothers, Abbott Laboratories, and as a motivational speaker.


Susan has been involved in junior golf for many years organizing and helping to run junior golf tournaments in Northern California. She has traveled to local, regional, national, and invitational junior golf tournaments all over the country while raising her own junior who is now a D1 collegiate golfer.






Dr. Don Chu, Ph.D


World renowned physical therapist, athletic trainer and author.


Dr. Chu has consulted with elite athletes at every level on the development of training and conditioning programs. His past clients include athletes from numerous Summer and Winter Olympics and Professional athletes from the NFL, NBA, MLB, PGA, and LPGA. He designed training programs for 2002 Winter Olympic hopefuls in the skeleton and bobsled events. He also designed the strength and conditioning programs for Erica Wheeler, 2003 US National Champion in the Women’s Javelin. He developed strength and conditioning programs for the Bronze Medal winning 2004 US Olympic Synchronized Swimming team.


Don works with junior, collegiate, and professional golfers. He is considered by many as a "secret weapon."


Kay Dalke


Kay has been involved with high level golf as a player, tournament director, high school golf coach, rules official and parent.  Kay grew up playing national level junior golf and participated in the USGA Girls Junior Championship. Kay played college golf for the University of Oklahoma and was the team's number one player. She is a USGA rules official and  continues to work and volunteer for various golf organizations.  


Kay was a teacher for more than 20 years and values education, understanding well the balance of golf and school.


Kay and her husband Bill have raised 7 children. They live in Oklahoma and have a son who is playing D1college golf.







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