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Staffing update at Graeagle Meadows Golf Course and Restaurant

Here are a few notable changes worth noting at Graeagle Meadows Golf Course and Restaurant as the summer seasons gets fully underway.

Tad McCormick

Course owners Leah and Dan West have announced that Tad McCormick has been hired as the Head Golf Professional at the course. He brings over 44 years of experience to the club, most recently as head golf pro at their sister facility, Whitehawk Ranch, in Clio. Some of his many accomplishments include being named the Northern California Assistant Golf Professional of the Year and North Coast Chapter Teacher of the Year. Another milestone for Tad was qualifying for Ben Hogan/Nike Tour tournaments. He played on the golf team at San Jose State, where he received his bachelor’s degree.

The Wests said their longtime golf pro, Bob Klein, is semi-retiring after a 35-years . They were pleased to add that he will remain through a transition continuing to assist in merchandising, golf instruction and day-to-day operations at both Graeagle Meadows and Whitehawk.

On the restaurant side of things, Christina Curran has been named the Food and Beverage Director for the facility.

She and her family relocated here from the San Deigo area five years ago, bringing with her 25 years of experience in the restaurant field, 15 in restaurant management. Her responsibilities include booking and coordinating banquets and events.

“She is passionate about what she does and feels blessed to be a part of Graeagle Meadows and the community she loves,” the Wests said in a statement.

 

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