MEET THE STAFF
The IGA is staffed by four full-time employees in addition to USGA PJ Boatwright Interns.
Adam is a native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Born and raised in the Piedmont of North Carolina, Adam played competitively in a variety of sports until enrolling at the University of Alabama, where he rowed collegiately and focused his interests toward Advertising and Media Relations.
After graduating from the University of Alabama with a degree in Advertising, Adam was an AJGA Operations Intern. Upon completion of his AJGA Internship, Adam’s work with Media Relations at Wake Forest University propelled his drive for the industry, directing him to a USGA Boatwright Internship then Tournament Director position with the Kansas City Golf Association. After a few years in Kansas City, Adam served as the Director of Competitions for the Tennessee Golf Association from 2012 to 2017. Beginning in 2018 Adam assumed the role as Executive Director of the Idaho Golf Association.
Adam, wife Jessy, and pup Scout, live in Boise. As a graduate of the University of Alabama,
COURSE RATING AND HANDICAP DIRECTOR
Caleb has lived in six different states in his lifetime, but calls West Texas near Abilene his home more than anywhere else. He started working in the golf industry while in high school. Caleb graduated from Oklahoma Christian University in Edmond, OK. Post-college, Caleb worked as a youth pastor for five years before returning to the golf industry as a pro shop assistant and then assistant golf professional at Oak Tree Country Club in Edmond, OK.
Caleb made his way to the Treasure Valley in 2015, accepting a position as an assistant professional at Hillcrest CC and was there for a year and a half. He began to work for the IGA in 2017 when a vacancy opened up in the Handicapping and Course Rating position. Caleb has loved working for the IGA ever since.
Caleb is married with three kids.
JUNIOR GOLF DIRECTOR
An Ontario, OR native, Cecilia played golf for Treasure Valley Community College and transferred to the College of Idaho in Caldwell, ID, earning her degree in Business Management and Marketing. After graduating from the College of Idaho, Cecilia worked as the Assistant Professional at TimberStone Golf Course for 6 years, working primarily with juniors and in tournament operations.
In 2017 Cecilia was hired on as the men’s & women’s Head Golf Coach for the College of Idaho, a position she still holds. In September, 2017 Cecilia accepted the role of Junior Tour Director with the Idaho Golf Association.
Taylor was born and raised in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho and has been golfing since he could walk. His family moved to the Treasure Valley when he was 10 and has lived there ever since. After moving to the Treasure Valley Taylor started playing in IGA events and continued throughout college. A graduate of Bishop Kelly High School, Taylor played 4 years on the Varsity Golf Team. After a year of collegiate golf at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah a shoulder injury forced Taylor to come back to the Boise area and have surgery. After the surgery and rehab, Taylor was fortunate enough to be offered a golf scholarship at Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho finishing his degree and earning a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology.
"Golf has been my life and it has taken me to amazing places. I love this game and am blessed to be in a position where I can grow the game of golf in the state of Idaho. Most importantly, I have two loving and supportive parents along with two younger brothers that have always believed in me. I am recently married to my beautiful wife I met at NNU, Kaitlyn Judy, who was the point guard for the Women’s Basketball Team. We have a miniature Australian Shepherd fur-baby named Maverick that keeps us both busy. I am excited to be with the IGA, and to see how the game of golf will grow in the coming years." -Taylor
(208)342.4442 ext. 101
Director of Media & Communications:
(208)342.4442 ext. 108