Greg was born and raised in Norman, Oklahoma. He attended and graduated from Norman High School in 1989 and received a B.A. from the University of Oklahoma in 1998. In March of 1999, he accepted a job as an Assistant Golf Professional at LaFortune Park G.C. in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After 15 months in Tulsa, Greg accepted the Assistant Golf Professional position at Wichita Country Club and moved to Wichita in June of 2000.
Greg served as the Secretary/Treasurer and Vice President of the South Central Section, PGA Assistants Association in 2002 and then as President of the Association in 2003. He is a six-time member of the South Central Section
Assistants Jordan Cup Team and was the 2003 Jordan Cup Team Captain. Greg successfully completed the PGA/PGM program and was elected as Class "A" member of the PGA of America in 2004.
In March of 2006 Greg accepted the position of Head Golf Professional at Terradyne Country Club in Andover, Kansas. In 2012, Greg took on a new role as General Manager and PGA Professional.
Trey was born and raised in Augusta, Kansas. As the son of a golf pro, he has been playing golf since the age of two. He had great success competing at Terradyne Country Club in high school and junior golf. After being an All-Conference player at Hutchinson Community College, Trey got into the golf industry at Dicks Sporting Goods in 2013, and later worked at Augusta Country Club. Trey is interested in becoming a PGA Class A member and has a passion for golf instruction.
Philip grew up in Sapulpa, Oklahoma where he played golf and basketball in high school. It was after working on the cart staff at the local course when he decided to pursue a career in the golf industry. Philip graduated from the PGA Golf Management Program at the University of Central Oklahoma in Fall of 2016. During his time at UCO, Philip completed multiple internships at different facilities including Oak Tree Country Club in Edmond, Oklahoma and most recently with the South Central Section PGA. In February 2017, he received his Class A Membership from the PGA of America.
Solomon Deas was born and raised in Sumter, South Carolina. He was very active in Jr. Golf tournaments growing up and later became a member of the golf team at Erskine College in Due West, South Carolina. After leaving Erskine College, Solomon began to pursue a career in the golf industry and has been very involved with many Jr. Golf camps and has coached high school girls golf. He began his career at The Links at Lakewood in Sumter, SC and then moved on to Oak Hills Golf Club and most recently The Member Club at Wood Creek & Wildewood in Columbia, South Carolina. Solomon is currently pursuing a Class A PGA Membership.
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AIM SMALL, MISS SMALL
Quite often when I am playing with members I see them make a good swing with good contact and miss the fairway by twenty yards. Confused, they will look at me and ask what happened. When I ask what they were aiming at, it is amazing how often they reply, “The fairway”. While it seems like a good concept, aiming into a 35 yard wide fairway is not nearly as precise as we need to be. There seems to be an intimidation that settles in on a golfer when I tell them to aim at a branch/sign/etc. in the distance. “I can’t hit that exact line, I’m not good enough”. We don’t have to hit that exact line, but if we can aim at a small target and miss that by a little bit, you will be in much better shape that just aiming at a huge fairway and missing that. Hence the term “Aim small, miss small”.
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