Role: Director of Golf
Serving Since: 2020
Email Mike Glenn
Mike has been involved in golf since the age of 9. He has worked in all segments of golf in his career to include public, semi-private, private and running golf courses for the United States Air Force in Las Vegas and Panama City. Besides spending time with his wife Mary and 2 kids, Jacob & Sarah, he also enjoys golf, sporting events and spending time with his 3 dogs.
Noah is a Certified PGA 2-Star Instructor, trained in Bio-Dynamics to optimize coaching for students of all ages, body types, playing ability and physical capability. For children, he is a certified coach of the American Development Model, Operation 36, and U.S. Kids. He is also proud to teach Veterans as a certified instructor for PGA Hope and the Wounded Warrior Project.
Born and raised just outside of St. Louis in the small town of Alton, IL. Noah turned professional at age 17 after countless hours of training at the Spencer T. Olin Golf Course, designed by Arnold Palmer. He then attended Arizona State University and played competitively in the Pepsi and Desert Series Professional Tours in Phoenix, AZ where he recorded a career-low round of 65.
He turned to teaching a few years later, starting at GOLFTEC in Charlotte, NC where he learned the value of video for swing analysis and how to provide virtual lessons. He then moved to Augusta, GA where he was the Director of Instruction at Jones Creek Golf Club and grew the Junior Academy from four kids to more than 80 in just two seasons. While at Jones Creek he invented the FootPrints Golf Mat Stance Trainer for junior golfers and beginners. Noah has spent the last three seasons of the PGA Tour as the lead instructor for GOLFTEC Events where he managed and constructed spectator engagements.
Role: First Assistant Pro
Serving Since: 2016
Email Benjamin Ham
Ben joined Countryside in 2016. He is a PGA Associate and is working towards receiving his Class A Certification. Ben's passion for golf and his great sense of humor make him a favorite of our Members. In his spare time, Ben enjoys being outdoors and exercising.
Brian joined the Countryside Country Club team in August of 2017. Originally from North Carolina, he began his career in the golf course maintenance industry by pushing a mower and raking traps at Highlands Country Club, in 1990. After a couple of seasons, he fell in love with the work as well as the game. Brian then went into the Turf Grass Management Program at North Carolina State University and graduated in 1996. He then returned to his home club as the assistant superintendent for his first few professional years.
Along the way, Brian has been an assistant superintendent in Philadelphia, and California at the Ojai Valley Inn & Spa, where he succeeded in the Superintendent position in 2002. After 15 years in California, he made his way back to the Southeast to be closer to his family who still resides in North Carolina. Brian is very excited about the opportunity to serve Countryside Country Club and looks forward to forging new relationships with our members as well as co-workers.