Entering his 15th year as the Director of Golf & Instruction at Wintergreen Resort. Geoff is a Certified Professional in Golf Operations and a former MAPGA Merchandiser of the Year award winner (2016 Resort category). Prior positions on Geoff's resume include being the former Director of Instruction at PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, FL and a staff professional at The Tam-O-Shanter Club located on Long Island, NY. Geoff's motto is simple - Insure that all members and guests enjoy the resort's two outstanding courses and leave with a lasting memory of that golf experience.
Geoff's Instructional background includes numerous game and player development golf schools and lessons at both PGA National and Wintergreen Resort.
Geoff’s playing experience has taken him around the country and he competes regionally in the Middle Atlantic PGA Section. Recent wins include the 2020 MAPGA Senior Head Professional Championship, the 2020 MAPGA Southern Chapter Senior Championship and
the 2017 Maryland Senior Open. Geoff holds the course record of 63 on Stoney Creek's Tuckahoe and Monocan nines.
Joey is entering his second year as Head Golf Professional over the Devils Knob Course. In 2017 Joey graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with his BBA, he went on to graduate from the Professional Golf Management School at EKU, receiving his PGA classification. During his time in school, Joey interned at Kearney Hill Golf Links in Lexington KY as well as Devils Knob. Upon graduation, Joey moved to Atlanta Georgia, where he became the 1st Assistant at a hidden gem of Atlanta, Smoke Rise Country Club. After a short time Joey found his way back to the Blue Ridge area, taking the Assistant position at Devils Knob.
Through-out his life, Joey has looked at golf as not only a great competitive sport but also a true passion of his life. He believes golf is a great way to bring together friends, families, and everyone from all walks of life. A great golf course with great staff can create memories that will last a lifetime.
Cole brings experience and leadership from Westlake Golf and Country Club where he was the Superintendent. A graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in Agriculture Technology, landscape and Turfgrass Management, Cole and the experienced
Devils Knob maintenance team will be sure to have the mountain course in terrific shape.
Entering his 15th year at the resort, Wallace takes the reigns as the resort's Head Superintendent. While most of Wallace's expertise will be performed at Stoney Creek, the knowledge and attention to detail that he shaped while leading the golf course maintenance team at Devils Knob for 14 years will still be felt as he oversees the mountain course.
Well respected in the local golf community, Wallace's leadership of two talented golf maintenance staffs endear him to all that work under his direction and tutelage. Wallace believes that the keys to success are identifying potential turf issues before they arise and to examine and understand what the golfers see on a daily basis to insure that the playing conditions at both of the resort's courses meet the high standards of the industry as well as his own.