Accomplishments include arranging international trips for her students. Julieta has led groups of golfers to Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England, Italy, Argentina and Canada over the past twelve years. Regional trips include Pinehurst, Williamsburg, Gettysburg, and Richmond. These trips along with frequent "play days" where she organizes games for her students have helped make InnerDrive a thriving golf community in the Baltimore/DC area.
Coaching junior golfers is one of Julieta's special gifts. She has grown the junior camps and clinics at Pine Ridge into a focal point of summer activity for participants. Julieta believes one of the keys to the successful growth of the program is due to the coaching staff being passionate about sharing their knowledge and love for the game and making sure individuals are challenged according to their ability.
She began her teaching career in Sarasota, Florida, in 1989. From 1995 to 1997, she was the lead instructor at the Capital City Golf School, one of the busiest golf schools in the country, supervising the development of its instructors and curriculum.
Julieta's enthusiasm and skill have given the gift of golf to many students over the years. She has created innovative classes that blend fitness principles with golf. She has also developed a learning program for new golfers, helping take them from their first lesson to their first on-course playing experience with confidence.
Julieta's also a player and competitor! Among the highlights of her playing career: *LPGA Tour Qualifying Finalist 1992 *Member, Central Florida Challenge Women's Professional Tour, 1990-94, 1997 *Winner, 1994 Women's Middle Atlantic Washington Golf Magazine Pro-Am *Ten Top-10 finishes in professional events since 1992 *Alternate, two U.S. Women's Open Events ...and she competed in the French Open, September 1997.