Role: Membership Sales Director
Serving Since: 2016
Role: Director of Instruction
Serving Since: 1991
Phone Number: 704-897-8021
David joined the staff at River Run in 1990 and was here during the grand opening of the clubhouse in the fall of 1991, and throughout the years, became a large part of the golf program developed at the Club. With experience as a golf professional at River Run as well as other clubs, David believes that golf at River Run is as great as it was during the opening day when the first tee shot was struck.
• Director of Tennis at River Run since 2002
• Born in Toronto, Canada
• Teaching tennis for over 25 years
• PTR Certified 10U, High Performance & Adult
• Human Performance Institute Mental Toughness Coach
• National Mental Toughness Coach of the year award 2013
• Played at Lynn University, FL on full tennis scholarship and Pro Tennis in Sweden & Australia
• Current 2014 USA - Southern Singles Champion
• In 2017 with partner Mariana Hollman were finalist at USTA Nationals winning a National Silver Ball
Role: Director of Agronomy
Serving Since: 1990
Ron left River Run after its completion for another opportunity but returned in 2010 after 19 years away with stints at Gaston Country Club, Forsyth Country Club and White Oak Golf Club.
Role: Pool Manager/Swim Coach
Serving Since: 1997
Phone Number: 704-896-0679
Amy has served as the Aquatics Director and Head Swim Coach for the past 19 years. She works with members of all ages, developing swimmers ages 5-18 through the competitive summer swim team program. She started swimming competitively at age 5, and graduated from East Carolina University, completing a BS degree in Exercise Sports Science where she was a member of the swim team. Currently, Amy also coaches USA Age Group swimmers for NOMAD Aquatics and has been involved in NC Swimming, IMX Coach, NC Select Camp Coach, Southern ZONE Coach, 2014 Select Camp / Zone Manager. She was named the 2015 Select Camp / ZONE Manager for North Carolina Swimming. Coach Amy’s philosophy for swimming is to get the swimmers to the pool, teach them about the sport, make it a sport they can set personal goals to better themselves, boost their confidence levels by achieving obtainable goals, and make it fun.