"Women of Golf" co-hosts Cindy Miller and Ted J. Odorico reflect on 2020, a year unlike any other in golf. Also, Jody Jackson, a performance coach and Class A LPGA professional who runs Jody Jackson Golf in British Columbia, joins the show to discuss the LPGA education program.
A golfer since age 7, Odorico brings a unique and progressive viewpoint to the game. Odorico is a Level II associate teaching professional with the U.S. Golf Teachers Foundation. He also is the founder and CEO of iGolf Sports Network. In early 2020, he purchased Golf Tips Magazine and serves as publisher and editor. For eight years, Odorico has hosted the online radio shows "Golf Talk Live" and "Women of Golf," helping to elevate the game by interviewing top touring pros, teachers and coaches. Odorico, a native of Hamilton, Ontario, is a veteran of the Canadian navy. He lives in Panama City Beach, Fla.
Cindy Miller is a graduate of the University of Miami, where, as Cindy Kessler, she walked on to the NCAA Division I women's golf team and became an All-American as a senior. As team captain, she helped the Hurricanes win national championships in 1977 and 1978. A veteran of five U.S. Women’s Opens, she is a former LPGA Tour player and presently a Class A LPGA teaching professional. Miller plays on the Legends Tour, the LPGA's senior tour. As a certified behavior, motivation and emotional intelligence professional, she is sought-after as a speaker, coach and corporate trainer.