Over the last twenty years, we have formed a network of passionate pros with the overlapping skills required to help clubs make their leaders more effective and their members more loyal and enthusiastic.
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As superintendent of Greenwich Country Club, he was instrumental in the restoration of the 100-year-old golf course, working with some of the country’s top architects through the redesign and construction process.

Greg has been a long-tenured and active member of various industry associations. A current member of GCSAA, Greg has served on the association’s Publications and Public Relations committees. He is a Connecticut Association of Golf Course Superintendents past president and former editor of Connecticut Clippings newsletter. Greg has also been an active member of the Metropolitan Golf Course Superintendents Association, serving two years as a director and three years as editor of the association’s award-winning Tee to Green. Over the years, Greg has also consulted at countless commercial and private properties on agronomic and landscape issues. He has been published in several golf course industry publications on his innovative agronomic and maintenance practices. Greg has a B.S. in Agronomy from the University of Connecticut and a degree in Landscape Design from The New York Botanical Garden.