Role: Private Events Coordinator/Member Relations Coordinator Serving Since: 2018 Phone Number: 804-378-7841 ex 222
Stephanie is a Richmond native. She went to Hollins University where she received her Bachelors degree in Business with a minor in Communications. Before coming to Stonehenge, she held management positions in retail, staff outsourcing and placement as well as the auto industry. She brings many years of customer service, sales, event planning, and relationship building to the Stonehenge team. Outside of work, Stephanie loves spending time with family, friends, trying out new restaurants and spending time outdoors. She has played sports throughout her life and has a strong passion for an active lifestyle. Stephanie is thrilled to be a part of the Stonehenge family!
Role: Food & Beverage Service Manager Serving Since: 2013 Phone Number: 804.378.7841 x: 222
Kayla was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia and has been at Stonehenge for several years. She started with the Club as a Server, was promoted to Service Captain, and is excited about her current role as Member Relations Coordinator. Kayla has formed close bonds with our Members through her tenure at the Club, and looks forward to deepening those relationships for many years to come. When she’s not at the Club, Kayla enjoys traveling, cooking and working on craft projects.
Role: Director of Golf Serving Since: 2000 Phone Number: 804.378.7845
Richard is a native Richmonder. He has been a member of the PGA since 1989 and received his advanced certification in the PGA in 2005. Richard is now in his 24th year as the Director of Golf Operations at Stonehenge Golf & Country Club.
Role: Executive Chef Serving Since: 1994
Role: Teaching Professional Serving Since: 2016 Phone Number: 804.378.7841
Rick attended Old Dominion University (1981-1985). He has an extensive background in professional instruction for all abilities, ages, and genders. He was nominated multiple times for Teacher of the Year in the Middle Atlantic Section. Also an award-winning player professionally both nationally and sectional. He has competed in seven Major PGA Tour Championships ( 2 U.S Opens - 3 PGA Championships - 2 Senior PGA Championships).
Role: Golf Course Superintendent Serving Since: 2017 Phone Number: 804.378.7841
Chad is a Virginia native and began working on golf courses at an early age. He attended Horry Georgetown Technical College in Myrtle Beach, SC to pursue his love of turf and landscaping. It was there that he obtained an Associates in Agriculture concentrated on Golf and Sports Turf Management. Chad has eighteen years’ experience in the turf industry, with the majority of that time at upscale private golf clubs throughout Virginia and North Carolina.
During his career, Chad has been involved in the construction and grow in of two golf courses in the Transition Zone. He also has experience with a wide variety of turf types as well as numerous renovations. Most recently, Chad has served as the Golf Course Superintendent on the Manakin Course at Hermitage Country Club. He also is currently on the Board of Directors for the Old Dominion Golf Course Superintendent Association. Chad is happily married to his wife, Cari. They have four beautiful children; Lucas, Easton, Holden and Everly Rose.
Role: Director of Tennis Serving Since: 2018
Born in East Morches, Long Island and raised in Orlando, FL. area. Frank was member of the Lyman High School Tennis team with 4 trips to state tournaments. Frank began his professional teaching career in 1988 as assistant pro at Heathrow Country Club. Frank has been Director of Junior Tennis for Orange County parks, Director of Tennis for Brandywine, Club Esprit, New Smyrna Yacht Club and Ocean walk. Frank was the youngest head tennis professional in the City of Orlando at the time of his hiring. He achieved the U.S.P.T.A. highest rating for teaching professionals certification test on his first attempt. Since 1988 Frank has strung over 15,000 tennis racquets for clients, WTA and ATP Tour Players. Frank is the Tournament Director of Florida’s longest running men’s professional tennis tournament, the Citrus Classic. In 3 months Frank built 6 hart true tennis courts that were not in use for 20 years, and did so, under budget. Frank started an inner city tennis program for the City of Orlando which still runs today under the Afternoon All Stars name nationwide. When he is not on the court Frank is an avid reader, collector and researcher of WW2 historical items. Come by and see Frank on the courts or in the pro-shop where he is ready and excited to be on the staff of Stonehenge Country Club.