Michelle’s passion for the game of golf began at Buttonhole Golf Course and Teaching Center where she learned the fundamentals and etiquette of the game at the age of five. In her early golf career, Michelle finished second place (2010) and third place (2011) at the Rhode Island Women’s Golf Association Juniors State Championship. She continued to play as the only female starter on the Smithfield High School golf team and was named captain in 2011. More recently, Michelle was the gross women’s champion at the Lake of Isles Club Championship in 2022.
Michelle is currently a member at Lake of Isles in North Stonington, Connecticut and is an active member of the Rhode Island Golf Association. She is currently training to compete in the Rhode Island Women’s Amateur Championship. Academically, Michelle completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from the University of Rhode Island in 2015, Master of Physiotherapy degree from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, United Kingdom in 2018, and Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Northern Arizona University in 2019.
Since 2003, TPI is considered the world’s foremost educational golf organization. This evidence based program evaluates the effects that the biomechanics of the human body have on the golf swing.