With over 30 years of experience ranging from her early start in the retail clothing world to her successful career in promoting and organizing blood drives throughout the region, Brenda has proven she always puts her clients first with a friendly smile and happy demeanor. Making others comfortable comes natural to Brenda, she is easy to talk to and always ready to listen; she is very glad to be a part of the team at Quail Hollow Country Club. Her husband Gene is the avid golfer in the family and she has two adored sons along with two beautiful daughters-in law and 3 grandchildren. When she is not working, Brenda enjoys staying active and being outside whether it be gardening, hiking or biking.
Role: Executive Chef
Serving Since: 2020
Email Chris Di Lisi
Jeff has been the Golf Course Superintendent at Quail Hollow Country Club since April 2014 and was promoted to Director of Golf Course Maintenance in 2017. Before joining Quail Hollow, Jeff lived and worked in Augusta, Georgia at Augusta National Golf Club. As an assistant superintendent at Augusta National, he was part of six successful Masters Tournaments as well as volunteered for each tournament since. Aside from Augusta National, he has worked locally at StoneWater Golf Club, Beechmont Country Club and Lake Forest Country Club. Jeff is a proud graduate of the University of Dayton (2001) with a bachelor's degree in political science. He earned his Turfgrass Management Degree from Penn State University and graduated from Mayfield High School.
Rich graduated from Youngstown State University with a BSBA in accounting and a minor in management. Upon graduation, Rich began his career at Bank One in Youngstown as a staff accountant. He moved on to work for Dobson Communications, a cellular phone company. Rich joined ClubCorp with an internship at Silver Lake Country Club before making Quail Hollow Country Club his Home Club in 1999. In his free time, Rich enjoys playing online poker, golfing, walking and listening to 80’s hair metal music as well as going to see live bands in the area. He also enjoys the company of his cat, Tawny “Kat-aen,” whom he rescued from the Club’s cart barn, adopted and nursed back to health.
Contact Rich at firstname.lastname@example.org.