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University of Louisville Golf - Trimble
       Cardinals In The PGA / LPGA
Graduated in 2008 and played the PGA Tour immediately following his senior season. Currently holds status on the Nationwide Tour missing his PGA Tour card by a single stroke in 2011.
Is the all time most successful Louisville golfer, winning 7 times collegiately.  A two-time All-American and helped Louisville achieve it's greatest finish at the NCAA's in 2008.
2009 graduate is currently the top ranked Canadian in the world.  Currently is 21st on the Nationwide Tour money list and made over $500,000 since turning pro on the PGA Tour as a non-member.
Made the cut in the 2011 US Open. Won the 2009 Big East title for the Cardinals. Was a two-time Academic All-American at Louisville and an All-American in his senior season.
   • Is the all time most successful Louisville golfer, winning 7 times collegiately.
   • A two-time All-American and helped Louisville achieve it's greatest finish
     at the NCAA's in 2008.
   • Member of the Palmer Cup team in.
   • 1st in the money list 2014 tour. Has a full PGA Tour card.


   • 2-Time Academic All-American
   • He has won twice on the Tour, and twice on the
     Canadian Tour.
   • Hadwin earned his PGA Tour card for the 2014-15 season by
     topping the combined regular season and Tour Finals
     money list.
Ted Schulz
Currently plays on the Champions Tour and has earned more than 1 million dollars in just over two seasons. Played the PGA Tour for 16 years winning three times. Currently is listed as a volunteer assistant with the program and helps the team almost on a daily basis with practice and tournament preparation.

Ted Schulz is a member of the PGA Tour. He has four tour wins to his credit. The 1991 LA Open, the 1989 Southern Open, the 1989 Chrysler Team Championship, and the 2010 First Tee Open at Pebble Beach on the Champions Tour. He won the 1983 Kentucky State Amateur and 1984, 88 Kentucky State Opens. Ted is a graduate from the University of Louisville; and is a member of the University of Louisville Athletic Hall of Fame, and the Kentucky Golf Hall of Fame. Ted is also a volunteer coach for the men’s golf team. Ted was Director of Instruction at the Cardinal Club from 2001-2010.
Ted is available by appointment for:

  • Corporate outings
  • Short game golf schools
  • Individual instruction/lessons
  • Playing lessons
  • Clinics
  • Exhibitions

  • Instruction is offered anytime Monday through Saturday. Ted’s lesson fee is $100 per hour; group rates vary depending on the type of school that you design for yourself and your group. You can contact Ted by phone502-299-8506 or email at
Cindy LaCrosse
Started playing golf at the age of 9...Credits her father and grandfather as the individuals who influenced her career the most... Hobbies include watching movies, playing Rock Band, taking boxing classes and watching How I met your mother...Qualified for the Tour on her first attempt.
  • 24 Events, 14 Cuts Made, $121,693 (79)
  • 3 Top-25 Finishes
  • Recorded Season-Best T15 Finish at the
    Evian Championship
  • 21 Events, 16 Cuts Made, $222,230 (54)
  • 3 Top-20 Finishes
  • Recorded Season-Best T13 Finish at the
    RICOH Women's British Open
  • Finished Tied For 11th at the ShopRite LGPA Classic
  • Tied For 14th at the Wegmans LPGA Championship
  • Tied For 53rd at the RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup
  • Best Finish was a Tie for 29th at the Navistar LPGA Classic
    Presented by Monoaco RB

  • Turned Professional in May
  • Finished 34th at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament,
    where she earned Priority List Category 20 for the 2010
    LPGA Season
  • Competed on the Duramed FUTURES Tour
  • LaCrosse enjoyed a successful collegiate career at the
    University of Louisville, where she won four tournaments,
    including the Big East Conference Championship in 2007.
  • She was a three-time All-Big East Conference selection
    (2006-08) and the 2007 Big East Player of the Year.
  • 5'7"
  • Started Playing Golf at the Age of 9
  • Credits her Father & Granfather as the Individuals
    Who Influenced Her Career the Most

  • Hobbies Include Watching Movies, Playing Rock Band,
    Taking Boxing Classes & Watching How I Met Your Mother
  • Qualified for the Tour on her First Attempt
Sara-Maude Juneau
Represented Canada at the 2010 Women's World Amateur Team Championship in Argentina. Juneau recorded five wins in collegiate competition while at the University of Louisville and was named the 2010 Big East Conference Player of the Year. She was a two-time NCGA All-American Honorable Mention selection (2010, 2011). A two-year member of the Symetra Tour, Juneau recorded six top-10 finishes in 2012 and was ranked 10th on the money list.