NAPLES, Florida – After 23 years as the popular head pro at Furnace Brook Golf Club http://www.furnacebrookgolfclub.com/ in Quincy (MA), longtime New England PGA member Mike McBroom has relocated to the sunshine state.
McBroom’s new address as of October 1 is Quail Village Golf Club in Naples, where he has been named Head Golf Professional and Membership Director. Mike is a native of Ohio and attended Ohio Wesleyan University where he played on the golf team and was a two-time Division 3 All-American. Mike has worked in the golf industry at courses in Ohio, Florida, and Massachusetts.
Quail Village Golf Club is a private 18-hole, par 69 property known for its friendly atmosphere and one of Naples’ premier boutique communities. Not to be underestimated for its size, the course has three par 5’s, nine par 4’s, and six par 3’s, measuring 5000 yards from its back tees and 3800 yards from its forward tees. Water comes into play on 13 of the holes, which provides ample challenge and use of all your clubs.
“Quail Village is the best value for a private club in the Naples area,” McBroom posted on the club website. “We are in the process of hydroseeding all the fairways, tees and greens. We plan a soft opening mid to late November. Please call the golf shop 239-598-9922 (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information on membership and amenities.”
Mike has worked at clubs in the public, semi-private, and private sectors and has many friends throughout New England. He brings a wealth of golf knowledge and operational expertise to Quail Village Golf Club along with a customer service background that will elevate the golf and membership to a new level.
Quail Village Golf Club has water hazards and out-of-bounds areas incorporated into its design. The signature hole is No. 1, a 315-yard, par 4, requiring an approach shot over water to the green. The facility offers tennis, pool, dining at Longshore Lake clubhouse and members can own their own carts.