Allow me to introduce myself

After many years in the golf industry I always find it refreshing to hear the many experiences that golfers share.  Whether it be their last round or a new club they just purchased.

 

Rodney Green, Director of Golf for Innisbrook Golf Resort and Spa

Rodney Green, Director of Golf for Innisbrook Golf Resort and Spa

I want to start of my first column by expressing my gratitude to the Washington Times for this wonderful opportunity. 

Over my many years in the golf industry I have acquired a considerable amount of knowledge and information regarding the game of golf.  It would be easy for me to open with a golf tip, an equipment evaluation, or a host of other golf related topics. But as a golf professional I am also in the customer service business.

With that being said I want to write about topics that are of interest to the reader. So if you would kindly take a moment to let me know what is of interest to you I will gladly write features in each edition that address your questions, as well as topics that I am interested in sharing.

There are so many facets to the game of golf that I’m sure your interests are shared by many.  Please send me your questions on any topic golf related that you wish.  Golf Courses, instruction, equipment, rules, apparel, you name it, and I’ll cover it.   Make me your golf consultant, and we’ll all learn new and interesting things together.


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Rodney Green

A 20 year veteran of the golf industry, Rodney Green oversees all golf operations at Innisbrook, including daily oversight of all four of the resort’s championship golf courses, merchandising for three golf shops, golf instruction, operating and capital budgets, staffing, and the PGA TOUR’s Transitions Championship, held each year on the Copperhead Course.

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