Greg began his career with Club Corp in the early 2000s at Las Colinas Country Club in Irving, TX. Starting in the Club’s restaurant and eventually moving into a Banquet Captain position. This led to his first Supervisor role at The Country Club of Virginia in Richmond, VA, and then as a Food and Beverage Manager with Canongate 1, and Mirror Lake Golf Club, both Club Corp clubs in the Atlanta region.
Being born in Texas, and growing in New Jersey, Greg has enjoyed a diverse upbringing. He’s studied music and video production, and continues his passion in both areas to this day, along with other activities such as traveling, and hiking with his family.
Dan has been at Temple Hills Country Club since late March of 2015 and has been a Class A PGA Professional since March of 2011. Dan was born and raised in Berlin, WI. He started playing golf at the age of 13 and learned to play the game on his own at the local course. After high school, Dan decided to pursue golf further and enrolled in the Professional Golf Management program at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI. While in the program, Dan completed three internships at The Club at Cordillera in Edwards, CO, Sea Pines Resort in Hilton Head, SC, and TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, TX. After graduating, he took an assistant golf professional position at The Golf Club at North Hampton in Fernandina Beach, FL. Dan worked there two years before taking another assistant professional position at TPC Southwind in Memphis, TN. He worked there until late December of 2014. After visiting Nashville several times, Dan felt the need to move here. He is a big music fan and loves going to concerts. In his free time, Dan enjoys playing guitar, fishing, traveling, eating, and of course playing golf. Dan is passionate about the game and wants everyone to have a enjoyable experience. Dan is available for lessons and enjoys fitting golfers for new equipment.
Sean's passion for the game started at an early age and his knowledge of the golf swing evolved while at the Golf Academy of America. His drive is to help all level of ability golfers improve and reach their golfing potential all while keeping them engaged in the game and enjoying each moment. His competitive experience is second to none, including a closing 30 at the Honors Course in Chattanooga. "Golf isn't just a game, it's a sickness that takes over your body and enriches your life!" - Sean P. Wells