Greg Dillon is entering his second season as CSU-Pueblo's
women's golf coach.
In his first season at the helm of the Pack women's golf
program, his teams set school records for a lowest team score in a
meet three times over. Additionally, Dillon coached the
team's first ever all-RMAC golfer in Rachel Means.
Dillon, the director of instruction at the Desert Hawk Golf Club
in Pueblo West, was a member of the ThunderWolves' golf team from
1975-78 and helped lead the team to the 1978 Rocky Mountain
Athletic Conference championship when he was an all-RMAC selection,
as well as two NCAA Division II tournament appearances (1976,
Since leaving CSU-Pueblo, Dillon has served as a golf pro in a
variety of locations, including Pueblo West, New Port Ritchie, Fla.
and Cheyenne, Wyo. From 1991-2008, he was the head golf pro
and general manager of the Shadow Hills Golf Club in Canon City,
and has spent the last year as the Director of Instruction at the
Desert Hawk Golf Course in Pueblo West. He has attained PGA
class A-1 certification and has received commendation from the PGA
as a junior golf instructor.
At CSU-Pueblo, Dillon is just the second golf coach in the
program's history and will seek the program's first ever RMAC
Championship. The program was forged in 2005-06.