Golf Course Superintendent and General Manager
David graduated from Virginia Tech in 2003 with a Crop and Soil Environmental Degree with a focus on Turf Management. He also started his employment with Longwood University in 2003 as Greenskeeper of Longwood University Golf Course. In 2009, he took over the role of Superintendent and General Manager. He oversees the operations of the golf course from course conditions to the Proshop.
Golf Program Manager
Dan will be entering his fifth year at the Longwood University Golf Course during 2014. Serving the role as the golf course’s Director of Golf you will most commonly see him around the Proshop working with the customers, organizing leagues and monitoring day to day activities. Dan also serves as the course’s Tournament Director and Handicap Chairman but can also be seen working on the grounds of the course. He is excited about the upcoming year’s new opportunities to play golf and will be often seen playing in the leagues himself.
Jack has been working with the golf course since May of 2010 as a student worker but will be entering his third year as a permanent staff member at the course in August. Jack’s experience in golf includes playing for his high school team as well as Longwood’s Club Golf Team. A recent graduate from Longwood University, Jack is a huge asset to the courses maintenance as well as assistance with events. With a background in landscaping and a degree in Business Management his expertise will be a tremendous help throughout the year.
Assistant Golf Professional and Grounds Technician
Senior League Advisor and Course Assistant
Tony began playing at Longwood in 1958 at age 12 and worked summers as a caddy and a grounds-person from 1961-1968. He played "Junior," High School and College golf in Division III. Currently the Senior League Advisor, Tony now performs routine course and grounds maintenance as well as Pro Shop duties which include club re-gripping and wedge-grooving. He is also a member of the VSGA Course Rating Committee.
Paul moved to Virginia in 1985 and quickly became a familiar face at the Longwood Golf Course. He worked in the Pro Shop for four years with Bobby Baldwin back in the early nineties. After retiring in 2007, he came back to work at Longwood, first as part-time help on the athletic fields, then in the Pro Shop, where he is at the present time. Paul is an active member of the Senior League and sits as a chair on their committee.