|Role:||Executive Vice President|
David B. Woodyard is the executive vice president of ClubCorp’s business and sports division. In this capacity, Woodyard is responsible for all domestic and international operations as well as business development and mergers for the business and sports club division. He is also a trustee of the Employee Investment Plan.
Woodyard joined ClubCorp in 1983 as an assistant manager and served as general manager of various city, athletic and country clubs, being named Rookie Manager of the Year in 1985 and Club Manager of the Year in 1990. Promoted to vice president of new business development in 1992, Woodyard directed the formation of various clubs' boards of directors, created new club membership sales and marketing plans, and supervised all other facets of various new club development and start-up projects. In the mid-1990s, Woodyard moved back into operations as a regional vice president of country, business and sports clubs for the northeastern and mid-north regions. In 2003, he became executive vice president of the business and sports club division with responsibility for 56 operating clubs, more than $230 million in annual revenue and nearly 6,000 employees. In 2008, he became the executive vice president of business development and was responsible for all domestic and international business development including club mergers, acquisitions and real estate development. In 2010, he turned his focus exclusively to the business and sports clubs, and in 2011, assumed the full operating responsibility for the division as executive vice president of operations and development for the business and sports club division.
Woodyard attended Ohio State University, is a member of the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA), the International Health and Racquet Sports Association (IHRSA), serves as a trustee of the Catholic Foundation, is a member of the Limbs for Life Foundation Fundraising Committee and is a “Life-Loyal” Sigma Chi.