Our People | Cherry Valley Country Club | Skillman, NJ | Invited
Serving since 2020
Doug started playing golf at the age of 13 and played competitively in high school and college. Upon finishing school, Doug became a golf professional and earned his Class A Membership in the PGA of America. After serving in this capacity for over 8 years, he shifted his focus to membership where he worked as the Membership & Marketing Director at Copper Hill Country Club for over 5 years. Before coming to Cherry Valley, Doug served as the Senior Director of Marketing for a healthcare market research company. Outside of work, Doug enjoys playing golf, skiing, and spending time with his wife, daughter, and dog Divot.
Head Golf Professional
Serving since 2007
Brian has been part of the Cherry Valley team since 2007. He has overseen the operation from the Assistant Golf Professional role, as well as the Director of outside Operations. Throughout his 12 years at CVCC, Brian has built many great relationships with the membership. Now after 12 years Brian is the Head Golf Professional here at CVCC.At a very young age, Brian took up the game of golf. Starting in his high school days, Brian knew he wanted to wake up every morning and have a career at a golf course. He attended the Golf Academy of America – Carolinas in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and received a degree in Golf Management. Brian began his career at Cranbury Golf Club in West Windsor, New Jersey and worked there for four years. In March of 2007, Brian landed the job as Assistant Golf Professional at CVCC and has been there ever since. In April of 2011, Brian became a member of the PGA of America .
Serving since 2006
Keith has been the Director of Tennis at Cherry Valley Country Club for 8 years. During that time he has dramatically increased the programming and participation at Cherry Valley. He increased the USTA ladies teams from three teams to eight teams. The Round Robins when Keith began at Cherry Valley, consisted of three offerings a week with light attendance. Under Keith’s direction, they increased to eight to ten separate Round Robins offered every day, for all levels, many being filled to capacity. Court usage was at such a premium that one USTA team had to be dropped, new lights were installed on two courts, and the possibility of adding two more courts to accommodate the growth in participation, was seriously considered.Prior to coming to Cherry Valley, Keith was a very successful Head Coach of Div. III men and women’s tennis team at Principia College in Elsah, Illinois. There he earned the St. Louis Intercollegiate Conference’s Coach of the Year honors five times.