Carrie De Gree
Lead Assistant PGA Professional
Carrie was born and raised in Bend, Oregon. Carrie earned her Class A membership to the PGA of America in 2008. In her beginning years as a golf professional, she started out in junior golf at Manito Golf and Country Club in Spokane, WA as an Assistant Professional, ultimately leading her to a 1st Assistant position in Norther California where she was responsible for tournament operations.
In 2016, Carrie accepted the 2nd Assistant Golf Professional position at Eugene Country Club where they hosted the 2016 Men's and Women's NCAA Golf Championship, US SR Amateur, Pac-12 Men's Championship. While at Eugene CC, Carrie completed all four courses in the Certified Professional Program in 4 months, making her 1 of 25 Assistants in the Nation with all four certifications at the time. After receiving the 2017 Oregon Chapter Assistant Professional of the Year, it was time for a new chapter.
In 2019, Carrie moved to Portland, OR and accepted the role of 1st Assistant Golf Professional and Director of Junior Golf position at Columbia Edgewater CC. While at Columbia Edgewater, Carrie has doubled the participation in PGA JR. League, Jr. Club Championship, and revamped the traditional Junior Golf Camps at CECC.
Most recently, Carrie was 1 of 15 Golf Professionals selected for the Cohort V of the PGA LEAD program and in 2020 was elected to the Oregon Chapter PGA Board of Directors. Not stopping there, Carrie was asked to become the Chair of the Education Committee. In 2021, Carrie earned the honor of Assistant Golf Professional of the Year in both the Oregon Chapter and Pacific Northwest Section.