Christine Wong grew up in Richmond, British Columbia where she was taught to play golf by
her father at 8 years old. Through her experience in junior camps, she grew to become very
competitive as the lone female and began competing at the age of 10. She competed in her
first BC Junior Girls Provincial Championship in 2001. Soon after, her love of the game grew as
she competed in numerous junior golf events and earned her place on Team BC representing
British Columbia at National and International Events. She was also the 2-time Champion of the
BC High School Provincial Championships. In addition, her success in junior golf earned her a
full-ride scholarship at San Diego State University and a spot on the Canadian National Women’s
Golf Team in 2009. Between 2009 – 2013 representing the San Diego State Aztecs, Christine
earned titles as a 4-time Individual NCAA Champion, NCAA Golfer of the Month, Mountain West
Conference Freshman of the Year and Scholar-Athlete Honours.
As a member of the Team Canada National Women’s Team, she was a 2-time Champion of the
BC Women’s Amateur, Champion of the USGA Sectional Qualifier of the 2010 US Women’s Open
– where she finished 2nd low amateur at the US Women’s Open in 2010 at Oakmont Country
Club, Pacific Northwest Golf Association Player of the Year, 7th at the Women’s World Amateur
Championships and the Sport BC Junior Female Athlete of the Year in 2011.
Her professional golf accomplishments include titles as Women’s Champion of the Vancouver
Golf Tour Maui Jim Women’s Series, Women’s Champion of the Vancouver Open in 2019 and
recently Champion of the 2020 PGA of BC Women’s Championship.
Christine has extensive knowledge in competitive golf, teaching at the grassroots level, group
lessons (both junior and adults) and private lessons. No matter what level of golf you are in,
she is looking forward to helping you advance your game!
In addition, Christine is TPI Level 1 Certified.