Jessica Reese Quayle graduated from Santa Rosa's Montgomery High School in 1999 as the 3rd top recruited golfer in the nation. Playing for the University of Texas, the Lady Longhorns ranked in the top 3 of the NCAA Division 1 Championships four years standing. Jessica graduated not only with a degree in Kinesiology but was a top ranked national player receiving All-American and Team MVP honors.
In her last semester of college, Jessica competed in the grueling LPGA Qualifying School and earned her tour status. She played on the LPGA tour for 3 years, competing in national and international events. In 2006 she qualified for two majors, the Women's British Open (British Open Photos) and the McDonald's Championship. While on tour, Jessica worked with top 100 PGA golf instructors including Dave Pelz and Chuck Cook.
Upon leaving the tour, Jessica was immediately hired by Golfsmith International in Austin, Texas to teach at the Harvey Penick Golf Academy. Here she was able to convert a wealth of golf experience to make the successful transition into teaching. Jessica earned industry certifications as both a Class A LPGA Teaching Professional and a TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) Level Two Golf Professional. With her background in Kinesiology and certification with the TPI, she is able to help golfers with physical limitations or pain.
Jessica and her husband, CJ Quayle, welcomed their first child, Austin, into their family in March 2010. They moved back home to Sonoma County where Jessica taught at Chardonnay Golf Club in the Napa Valley and now teaches at Foxtail Golf Club in Rohnert Park. She also serves as the Assistant Golf Coach of the Sonoma State University Women's Golf Team.