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  • Dawn Woodard to Speak at WGCA Member Convention

    The Women’s Golf Coaches Association has announced that Dawn Woodard will serve as a speaker at the upcoming WGCA Member Convention on Tuesday, Dec. 4 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Woodard founded and owns Judgment Matters, a performance enhancement consulting company. She works with athletes in multiple sports and across all levels, as well as members of their development team, including trainers, coaches, instructors, and sports psychologists. Her focus is on taking what is natural for the athlete and helping that person learn how to use that to his or her advantage.

    A former multi-sport athlete, Woodard played golf at Furman University from 1992-96 and still competes nationally at an elite level. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise Science and is also a certified Judgment Index Consultant. The experience gained from competing at very high levels combined with her educational background and certifications allows her to connect, relate to, and understand her clients.
  • Brian Kight Announced as Speaker at WGCA Member Convention

    The Women’s Golf Coaches Association has announced that Brian Kight will serve as a speaker at the upcoming WGCA Member Convention on Tuesday, Dec. 4 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    As the CEO of Focus 3, Kight has worked with professional and collegiate sports teams, schools, banks, manufacturing, healthcare, accounting, insurance and many others, making him a multi-industry leader on the topics of leadership, culture, and behavior. Focus 3 has been featured in Sports Illustrated, ESPN, and the Wall Street Journal, and Kight’s impact has made him one of the top-rated keynote speakers and consultants in the United States.

    Kight and Focus 3 gained national attention in 2014, when client Ohio State University won the inaugural college football playoffs led by their third-string quarterback.