About Ed Vietmeier
Ed Vietmeier is a longtime member of the PGA, active player and teacher. He has had a variety of experiences and accomplishments throughout his career. He started playing competitive golf at the age of 12 years old.
His playing achievements are many, but some include:
- High School All American and Pennsylvania All-Conference team in the same year
- NCAA All American
- Placed 9th in the National Championship
- Competed and placed in the PGA National Long Drive Contest In 1988 was inducted in the California University Hall of Fame Multiple winner of the Tri-State Section Championship Competed in National Championship Multiple Times
Ed continues to compete and add to his playing accomplishments, including winning numerous tournaments locally and in Florida. He has competed and earned his place in the PGA National Club Pro (six times ) throughout his career, the latest being 2019 in Austin, Texas.
His professional achievements include being the Host Professional for the LPGA Future’s Tour, served on the Tri-State Board of Directors, and he is certified by Penn State University and the Salute Military Golf Association as an Adaptive Golf Instructor.
There is no doubt that Ed loves the game of golf and growing the game for all age groups and skill levels. His goal is to provide a practice facility that is fun and provides the tools and facilities for players to enjoy, relax and practice the skills of the game.