These are the friendly and knowledgeable faces you will see when you come in for an unparalleled shopping experience. We know you are tired of the constantly changing sales staff at other retailers, and they seem to be less knowledgeable every time you walk in. Most of our employees have been with us at least 10 years and some more than 25 years. At Cambridge Golf & Fashions, our goal is to know you and be known by you. Our staff are also certified club, grip and ball fitters and continue to update their certifications. These are all posted in our store foyer.

Jeff Williamson

Jeff Williamson started in fall 1989. His experience started at age 16 with full-time jobs at Victoria Park East & West. Turning Pro, he worked at Sarnia G&CC then back to Victoria Park East. After starting at the Cambridge Golf & Fashions location he continued to instruct golf over the next 4 years at Oaks of St. George, MerryHill and TriCity Golf. He helped open and operate other stores in Waterloo and Hamilton while taking on a wide range of operations at this location. He has been privileged to attend numerous golf shows, seminars, manufacturer’s plants, PGA events including the US Open and Masters, along with special meet & greet dinners North America wide. He completed his Ping Fitting Certificate in Arizona at Ping headquarters. Jeff has 4 children and is married to wife Guida.

 

 

 

Jason Farrelly

Jason started in spring 1998. He enjoys competitive play but most rounds now are relaxing ones at Puslinch lake Golf Course and at Cambridge Golf & Country Club where he is a past Club Champion. Jason was previously a member at Galt Golf & Country Club and Whistle Bear Golf Club and has a golf handicap of 3. He also plays competitive fastball and hopes to pass down to his daughters Paige and Alora the skills that he learned watching his father play. He is married to Heather.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lorne McIntosh

Lorne started in the Spring of 2002.  Lorne is a member at Puslinch Golf course. Lorne has received WHS Rules of Handicap certification from Golf Canada and has achieved Level 1 rules certification from the R&A/USGA. He graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Education in Physical Education and English and played varsity hockey and golf for three years. He is now semi retired after 16 years in the International Money Market and 25 years as a customs compliance specialist in the trucking industry. Lorne is married to Pamela and has 3 children.

 

 

 

 

Jeff Taylor

Jeff (known in the store as “JT”) started in winter 2011 and has worked in retail golf since 2008. He plays 2-3 times a week, mainly at Carlisle Golf Course. He has an interest in shaft technology and club repairs. JT started golfing at age 8, taught by his father. He also road raced, dirt tracked and ice raced motorcycles for 12 years. JT owned a composite fabrication business manufacturing carbon fibre and fiberglass bodywork for 13 years. He is married to wife Janice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George Fraser

George started in 2015 helping with offsite events and is now a regular store employee. Working for the Waterloo School Board for 31 years teaching grades 4-8, 22 years with the Kitchener Hockey School along with many coaching roles in both soccer and hockey throughout the years proves why he is very much a people person. Along with his passion for golf as evidenced by memberships at Galt and Golf North over the years, he also played university hockey and lacrosse for the Jr. Braves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barry Jones

Barry started in March 2022. Barry worked for 35 years as a Millwright in the food and pharmaceutical industries. He first started playing golf when he was 17, and now 50 years later is still in love with the game. Now that he is retired, he can finally really enjoy the sport to the fullest. He plays at least once per week in the men’s league at Savannah Golf and Country Club, then switches to indoor for the colder months at Jarzies Indoor Golf in Guelph. He also likes to play Grey Silo, Blue Springs and even a quick round at Merry Hill. Barry has been married to Zenalia for 24 years, and has one son.

 

 

 

 

Jonathan Nene

Jonathan (Jonny) started back in April 2022 after few years away. Cambridge Golf & Fashions has been a big part of his family for the last 15-20 years and as such, he has been involved with golf since that time. Currently, Jonny works full-time as an Aquatic Biologist for a consulting company in Waterloo. He enjoys testing golf balls to find the best for his evolving game. He typically plays Puslinch, Brookfield, Beaverdale, Doon Valley, Rockway, and Riversedge. Jonny is looking to improve his game using an app called the Grint to keep track of handicap and on course stats now that he has upgraded all his equipment.

 

 

 

 

Nicholas Brake

Nick started in September of 2022. After a career in junior hockey, he switched his attention to the golf industry. He plays 3-4 times a week at courses such as TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley, Guelph Lakes Golf and Country Club, Grey Silo Golf Club, and Cambridge Golf Club. He had previously worked at TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley. Nick graduated from Brock University in the Kinesiology program, and continues his studies at Trios College in Kitchener in the Registered Massage Therapy program. Although passionate in health and therapeutic sciences, Nick hopes to continue his involvement in the golf industry as both a career and leisure.

 

 

 

 

Jordan Lacson

Jordan started in the winter of 2022. He began golfing about 4 years ago with a JR membership at Golf North. He enjoys playing at different courses with his friends and meeting new friends on the course. Jordan currently has a 5 handicap and is a member at Golf North where he also is a 2-time junior club champion at Dundee Country Club, and also a member at Whistle Bear Golf Club and apart of the Ontario Golf Academy there. He gets out on this home course at least 4 times a week. In the off season he enjoys hockey, while still keeping some indoor virtual golf on the go. Jordan entered his first CJGA tournament last year and will look to enter more in the future. He strives to better his game, as he loves the sport and aspires to become a golf instructor as a career.