|Position:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
Jim Ley is a local product, born and raised in Santa Barbara, he graduated from Santa Barbara High School and played varsity golf for the Dons.
Ley started his professional career in 1976 with Sam Randolph at La Cumbre Country Club. Following his stint at La Cumbre, he moved on to Ocean Meadows for five years, worked at Santa Barbara Golf Club for 12 years and he's now been at Twin Lakes for more than 25 years.
Ley is a very active player and competitor in the Southern Calif. area. He has played in the San Diego PGA Open, the CPC PGA Championship and the Senior CPC PGA Championship. Ley was the 1999 Player of the Year for the Northern Chapter PGA, and has won numerous chapter and section events. In 2006, he qualified for and participated in the U.S. Senior Open.
Ley's coaching interest began with the San Marcos High School boy's team. He was with the team when it won three CIF Section Titles and a pair of state titles. Ley's many attributes include unbridled enthusiasm and positivity.