Liam Kendregan walked onto the golf team at Saint Mary’s College of California in 2002. Finishing his collegiate career in 2005, Liam owns the school scoring record of 71.33 set during his senior year, which was ranked 6th in the nation for NCAA Division I. Liam finished the 2004-2005 season ranked 13th nationally, and earned First Team All Conference honors in the West Coast Conference twice. He qualified for the US Amateur in 2003 and was the Oregon Golf Association Player of The Year in 2005.
After quickly ascending the amateur ranks, Liam turned professional in 2006. He played internationally on eight different professional tours including the Canadian and Web.com Tours. Liam was a member of the Canadian Tour from 2006-2012, earning eight top 10 finishes and finishing 14th on the Order of Merit in 2009. An injury after the 2009 season sidelined his career, and he now uses his extensive experience to help golfers of any level reach their true potential, while continuing to pursue his own game. He has been fortunate to receive lessons from some of the top swing instructors and mental coaches, as well as compete with many of the best players in the world. Liam brings these experiences into his teaching to achieve results for players of all abilities. He excels in identifying opportunities in the golfer’s game and creating a simplified approach to improving technique.
College Results and Rankings
St. Mary’s College of California (NCAA Division 1)
• Holds school single season scoring record of 71.33
• Finished the 2004-2005 season ranked 13th in NCAA Division 1 golf
• Ranked 6th in NCAA Division 1 scoring average
• Won the 2005 inaugural Lexus Naples Invitational hosted by Peter Jacobson
• 2003 US Amateur participant
• 2nd place finish at 2004 Pacific Northwest Amateur Championship
• 2004 Oregon player of the year
• 2nd place finish at 2005 Sahalee Players Championship