Member Spotlight

Member Spotlight

Alicia Singer

For November, we would like to recognize Alicia Singer. Alicia is Director of Retail at Colonial Country Club. She was elected to PGA membership in 2000.  Throughout her career, Alicia has played competitive golf on the women's professional circuit for a bit, spent time at Oakwood G.C. in Sun Lakes, Arizona, Robson Ranch in Denton, Trophy Club C.C. and now Colonial C.C. for over 10 years. Get to know Alicia a bit better by reading below.

What do you love about the golf business? It gives me an opportunity to share my sport with other people and hopefully ignite the same passion in beginner players and the next generation that I have for the game.  I love being able to give lessons and see what is flawed in a swing and then figuring out the best way to correct it. And in the end, it is the smile on their face that gives me the satisfaction that I helped them overcome their struggles.  I also enjoy the challenge of buying merchandise and the reward of having a successful selling season. 

Who got you started in the game? My parents. They joined a club when I was 6 years old.  I had a younger brother and we played golf in the summers and on vacations.

Did you play college golf? No, after graduating from UNT, I moved to Tucson and started playing again.  I found a coach, practiced for 3 years, then went out on the mini tours for about 6 years.

What is your most memorable moment in golf? Qualifying for the 1993 and 1999 US. Women’s Open.
Where is your favorite golf destination that you have played? Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Who makes your dream foursome? Annika Sorenstam, Babe Zaharias, Chevy Chase, Bobby Jones.

Have you played golf with anyone famous? No, but I have met Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson. 
What is a course that you wish you could play but have yet to have an opportunity to do so? Cypress Point.
What is something interesting about yourself that other members may not know about you? I have played in two US Women’s Opens - in 1993 at Indianwood in Lake Orion, Michigan, and in 1999 at Old Waverly, West Point Mississippi. 
What are some of your hobbies? Hiking, biking, kayaking and anything outdoors. 
What is your favorite type of music? I grew up on classic rock n roll, but I like today's country music.
What is the best golf book that you would recommend? Getting up and Down by Tom Watson and The Greatest Game Ever Played by Mark Frost.

What is your go-to karaoke song? No singing here, just in name only! And, unfortunately, no relation to Singer Sewing machines either.