My name is Megan Cysewski, and I am in my second year as Director of District 4. I am looking forward to the upcoming season and applying everything I learned last summer to create an even better summer for all my junior golfers and their parents.
I graduated from Lakeland High School in 2015. I played volleyball, basketball, golf, and managed the football team. Throughout high school I also participated in Idaho Junior Golf. I later went on to accept an athletic scholarship at the Community Colleges of Spokane where I spent my first two years of college furthering my education and participating on the golf team. I had such a great experience there, ending my golf career winning the Northwest Athletic Conference Championships in May 2017. I graduated from Spokane Community College in June 2017 with my Associates of Arts degree. I’m currently working towards obtaining my bachelors in Elementary Education at the University of Idaho, and will graduate in December 2019. Then I will eventually pursue a Master’s Degree in an undecided area.
I have a huge love and passion for children and golf, which makes this job such a great fit for me. I have a great deal of experience in running tournaments, as I was the Event Coordinator at The Links Golf Club for three years. In the spring of 2017 I volunteered as a coach for the Lakeland High School golf team.
When I’m not helping grow junior golf or working on my studies you can find me at Embers by the Lake, I’ve been there for almost three years now working on the pizza line and serving. It is such a wonderful working environment, it sometimes doesn’t even feel like work! In my spare time I am likely to be found spending time with my family and friends. I love to do anything outdoors, as that is where I spend most of my time. I enjoy weekend getaways to our property on the Pend Oreille River, relaxing by my grandparent’s pool, and all sorts of adventures with my closest friends.
I look forward to another summer full of many learning opportunities while making a positive influence on my junior golfers.