Portfolio

– Passionate Director of Agronomy who is dedicated to creating exceptional membership experiences through combining world-class aesthetics with excellent playing conditions.

– Talented and highly-motivated professional with progressive achievement at highly rated private clubs, leading golf course maintenance operations, strategic planning, agronomics, and financial management.

– Engaging and respected leader gifted at building positive relationships with all levels of club operations, promoting a cohesive and well-informed team environment with precise communications.

– Extensive championship golf experience ranging from multiple PGA TOUR Championships at East Lake Golf Club, The PGA Championship at Southern Hills, The Walker Cup at Seminole Golf Club, and The Augusta National Women’s Amateur.

– Excelled in managing multiple warm season greens and fairway grass varieties in Florida and South Georgia, delivering championship course conditions on a daily basis.

– Accomplished at preparing, managing, and executing expertly detailed course maintenance operations, including leading the agronomy department for multiple PGA TOUR Championships at East Lake Golf Club.

– A professional who is deeply passionate about the game of golf and loves playing the game with friends, colleagues, and club members.

The foundation of a successful Superintendent is having a well rounded knowledge, which leads to good value based decision making.

PHILOSOPHY

Advocate for the proper balance of agronomic principles that will result in healthy turf with excellent playability.  A key component to a sound golf course is superb communication and leadership not only with the crew, but with members and club officials as well. While specifics of maintaining turf can vary greatly by property and budget, the ability to balance inputs and factors is of utmost importance. This is achieved through years of experience and a desire to meet and exceed member expectations, while at the same time understanding the importance of communicating effectively the happenings related to course conditions.

View examples of our agronomic work below in the video. Plus see how I communicate with membership via our monthly newsletter video.