About

Jennifer Bermingham was born and raised in Long Beach, California where she developed a love for the game at an early age. Growing up with 2 competitive brothers kept her striving to continually beat them at golf.

After a successful junior golf career, Jennifer received a full golf scholarship to attend UC Riverside. She was named Big West Freshman of the Year and won 6 collegiate individual titles while earning her degree in Political Science. During her college career, she also won the 2008 California Women’s Championship. 

During Jennifer’s time at UCR, she developed a strong desire to help other people learn the game she loved. She set up her golf instruction business at Skylinks Golf Course in Long Beach. She earned her LPGA Class A teaching status and is currently working on her PGA credentials. In addition to teaching men, women, and kids in individual and group lessons, Jennifer started one of the most successful LPGA USGA Girls Golf programs in the country. This program is designed as a way for girls to learn golf in a safe, fun, empowering environment. She was rewarded for her efforts with the 2015 LPGA USGA Sandy LaBauve Spirit Award which recognizes the most successful site director. Jennifer’s Girls Golf program was featured by the USGA during US Women’s Open and other USGA broadcast this past summer.

In 2016, she played in the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, a major championship on the LPGA Tour, at Sahalee Country Club in Seattle where she earned Low Club Professional honors as the only teaching professional to make the cut since 2007.

She teaches national clinics with the PGA Golf Clinics for Women, LPGA Leadership Academy, LPGA USGA Girls Golf Academy and has taught golf clinics for both the LPGA and Symetra Tour. She loves to play golf but her true passion is teaching and player development.