– Highly motivated individual with excellent communication skills and possess ability to develop strong
   rapport with membership


Experienced with management of bentgrass and poa anuua in native and sand-based greens


Extensive golf course construction, irrigation installation, and renovation experience


Experienced with capital improvements, budget management, and plant health programs


Effectively inform and communicate with chairmen, golf professionals, and club officials at all times
   through email, newsletters, written postings, and by phone


Proficient in tracking labor and golf course maintenance operations; fluent in Microsoft Office technologies


Expert in water management with ability to correctly deliver the right amount of irrigation depending on
   grass type and greens construction


While daily course work is vital to a successful operation, it is also of great importance to be able to deliver a championship course setup for special events at any club. Over the course of my career I have assisted in preparing courses for different levels of events -- experience that has provided me the skills required to meet the needs of my club when their big tournaments come along each season.


I'm also an avid golfer that understands the importance of seeing the course through the "player's perspective" and work to create a course that challenges and rewards good golf. Being a student of course architecture is something that creates a well-rounded superintendent in my opinion. From my time on classic courses like Charles River by Donald Ross to my working closely with Coore & Crenshaw at Clear Creek, I have an enthusiasm for golf architecture that is extremely helpful in my daily work.


Advocate for the proper balance of agronomic principles that will result in healthy turfgrass while allowing for excellent playability. A key component to a sound golf course is superb communication and leadership not only with the staff, but with members and club officials alike. While maintenance protocol can vary greatly by property and budget, the ability to balance agronomics with economics is of utmost importance. This is achieved through years of experience and the desire to meet or exceed member expectations.