Dan joined Ipswich in 2011 as the 1st Assistant Golf Professional. His career in the golf business started as a local caddie. Over the past 20 years Dan has refined his abilities at many of the area’s finest Clubs including Winchester, Kernwood, Bellevue and Bass Rocks Country Clubs. He also has previous Head Professional experience having served as such at both Bass Rocks Country Club and Mt. Hood Golf Course. Dan is also one of the New England Section’s finest players. In college, he played on the Salem State University team that finished 2nd in the Division III Nationals. His professional playing accomplishments include being the first recipient of the New England Assistants Association’s Ben Boyd Player of the Year Award as well as winning the esteemed Hudson Cup in three different decades. Originally from Melrose, MA, Dan currently resides in Manchester-by-the-Sea where he enjoys fishing, golfing and donating his time to Junior Golf.
During my career, I have had the pleasure of hosting many Massachusetts Golf Association championships and a United States Golf Association event. I have also had the privilege of working on an LPGA tour stop. Most importantly, as superintendent, I am passionately committed to improving course conditions and instilling that same sense of pride and commitment in my team.
I am a graduate of the University of Massachusetts with a Bachelor's degree in Plant and Soil Science along with a concentration in turf grass management and business option.
I live in Georgetown, Massachusetts with my wife and twins, Mason and Marisa. When I'm not at work, I enjoy spending time with family, coaching and participating in all outdoor activities.