As Franchise Owner of the Pinecrest clinic, Tracy Kerdyk has overseen the day-to-day operations since May of 2016. Tracy’s own experience as a patient at our Coconut grove clinic on two different occasions, including after elbow surgery in February. Tracy is a lifetime athlete able to bring tremendous insight into what it takes to rehab from the patient point of view.
After college Tracy played professional golf for 10 years as an exempt member of the largest, most renowned women’s sports property in the world, the LPGA Tour traveling throughout the United States and world. In 1995 she became a Rolex First-Time Champion by winning the JAL Big Apple Classic in New Rochelle, N.Y. In 1991 she set an LPGA record for the most holes-in-one in a single season with three. The record still stands.
After retiring from professional play, Tracy worked for the LPGA’s developmental tour, the Futures Tour (now the Symetra Tour) for 14 years. She was Vice President of New Business Development, directly responsible for the development and implementation of the Tour’s tournament development strategic plan. She initiated a plan to seek new tournaments, which encompassed locating the venue and the tournament organizer, and ensuring the tournament was capable of the financial responsibility. Tracy also worked directly with legal teams to ensure clear and precise contracts for easy transition with organizers, and has experience managing brand integrity, including developing the Tour’s logo and ensuring branding compliance.
Currently, Tracy is also a Realtor Associate with Kerdyk Real Estate in Coral Gables, Fla.
Tracy graduated from Coral Gables High School and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Miami, where she majored in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Politics and Public Affairs. While at the University of Miami, Tracy played on the women’s golf team for four years, where she set a national record with 11 collegiate tournament wins. She was named two-time First-Team All American by the National Golf Coaches Association, and Golfweek Magazine’s Collegiate Player of the Year.
Tracy has received many awards and honors including being inducted into the University of Miami’s Sports Hall of Fame and the Coral Gables Senior High Hall of Fame. She is currently President Elect of the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame and a member of the Board of Directors of the Coral Gables Museum. She also was tapped into UM’s prestigious Iron Arrow Honor Society, inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa Society and Alpha Epsilon Rho National Broadcasting Honor Society. In 1997 she was honored by the City of Coral Gables with a monument “Tracy Kerdyk’s Corner” at the Granada Golf Course.