Jan. 20, 2000
Washington State University
Men's and Women's Assistant Golf Coach
Brenda Hall begins her first season as assistant golf coach for both the men's and women's golf teams at Washington State Univeristy. The Spokane native played golf at the University of Idaho for one season before transferring to Eastern Washington University, where she played three seasons for the Eagles.
As a University of Idaho freshman, she helped her Vandal team to a three-way tie for first place at the 1995 Big Sky Conference Championships, where she finished fourth individually, and earned a spot on the Big Sky All-Conference team. From 1996-1999, Hall played at EWU, serving as team captain her junior and senior years. In the summer of 1996, she qualified for the USGA Public Links in Alton, Illinois. Her sophomore year, she finished sixth at the Big Sky Conference Championships, once again securing a spot on the all-conference team. During Hall's junior year she won her first collegiate tournament and was voted MVP by her teammates.
After completing her BA in Recreation Management, the 1995 East Valley High graduate interned with the 1998 and 1999 Pacific Northwest section teaching professional of the year, Clint Wallman. While working with Wallman, she utilized the latest technololgy in golf instruction to study all aspects of the golf swing. Through the Wallman - Lindeblad Golf School in Spokane, Hall was an instructor at various short game clinic, junior clinics, and high school clinics.