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I have been the Director of Golf at Treesdale Golf & Country Club since 1997. During which time I was Golf Professional of the Year in 2000 and won the Tri-State PGA Bill Strausbaugh award for mentoring other PGA Golf Professionals. Prior to this, I was the First Assistant Golf Professional at the Pittsburgh Field Club from 1989 to 1997. During this tenure, I won the Pennsylvania Open, the Tri-State PGA Assistant Player of the Year Honors and the Tri-State PGA McKay Trophy for Low Scoring Average with an average of 69.5. In 1988, I played on the Mini Tour and tried to qualify for the PGA Tour, which I missed by two strokes. In 1985 and 1986, I was an Assistant Golf Professional at Butler Country Club.
During the winters from 1984 until 1989, I worked as an Assistant Golf Professional at Sugar Mill Woods Golf and Racquet Club, a 27-hole facility in Florida.
I graduated with a degree in Business Administration from Clarion University in 1984. I have had a golf club in my hand for 37 years.