Women’s Golf Journal lists Miller as one of the best teachers

Submitted Photo: Silver Creek’s Cindy Miller was recently recognized as one of the LPGA top 50 best teachers/coaches in partnership with Women’s Golf Journal

BUFFALO — The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Teaching and Club Professionals membership announced the launch of an annual recognition of the LPGA Teaching and Club Professional’s Top 50 LPGA Teachers, presented in partnership with Women’s Golf Journal. This new initiative identified and recognized the best LPGA instructors from more than 1,700 LPGA certified professionals worldwide.

“The LPGA is excited to partner with Women’s Golf Journal on this annual recognition,” said LPGA Chief Teaching Officer, Nancy Henderson. “More than 70 percent of our members teach the game of golf for a living and they are dedicated to the advancement of golf through teaching golfers of all ages and abilities to enjoy the game of golf.”

Local professional, Cindy Miller of Silver Creek, was recognized as one of the LPGA Top 50 Best Teachers.

Miller has been an active member of the LPGA Teaching and Club Professionals since 1983, and in 2010, she was named the LPGA National Teacher of the Year. She and her husband, Allen Miller, are Golf Channel Academy Lead Coaches. They teach at three facilities in Buffalo — the Airport Driving Range, the Paddock Golf Dome and the Wehrle Golf Dome.

“I am honored to be part of this elite group of golf professionals and thank the LPGA and Women’s Golf Journal for creating this award,” said Miller.

Women’s Golf Journal is an American national magazine dedicated to celebrating the lifestyle of golfing women everywhere.

“The depth of teaching expertise in the LPGA is astounding,” said Women’s Golf Journal Publisher Matthew Squire. “We’re honored to celebrate the teaching expertise of these coaches in Women’s Golf Journal, and are delighted that these incredible women are finally beginning to receive the recognition and the credit they so richly deserve.”