View All Oct 6, 2017

Leroy Springs & Company, Inc. Announces New Director of Golf

Boyd Everling, PGA to Take Helm of the Springs Golf Courses in Fort Mill, Lancaster and Chester

Fort Mill, SC: Leroy Springs & Co. recently announced the appointment of Boyd Everling, PGA, as its new Director of Golf. Everling will oversee management of golf operations at all Springs Golf courses including Chester Golf Course, Fort Mill Golf Course, Lancaster Golf Course, and Springfield Golf Course.

A graduate of Ferris State University in Professional Golf Management, Everling was most recently the General Manager and Head Golf Professional at Red Bridge Golf Club in Locust, NC.  Everling has worked in the Charlotte region for over 15 years, serving as the PGA Head Professional at Stonebridge Golf Club in Monroe for 10 years; both Red Bridge and Stonebridge rank in the Top 100 Courses in the Carolinas. Everling’s many years of professional experience at a variety of both private and public courses will positon Springs Golf well as it continues to meet the golfing and recreational needs of the communities it serves. 

 “Boyd is a great fit for our organization,” explained Tim Patterson, President of Leroy Springs & Co. “Our courses have a longstanding history of excellence regionally and within our communities. Boyd will continue the great tradition of Springs Golf, evolving to accommodate growing communities while providing quality, affordable golf for the next generation.”

Day-to-day course operations are managed by course superintendents and professionals at each Springs Golf course. Everling is tasked with supervising all golf staff and operations, delivering innovative programs designed to motivate players to play more golf while recruiting new golfers to enjoy the sport. Improvements inside the clubhouse and out on the course are already evident with new merchandise options and grounds improvements at each course over the summer.

“I am looking forward to the opportunity to help further the Springs Golf tradition in a way that brings more people to the game,” said Boyd Everling, PGA. “It’s an honor and responsibility to manage great courses designed by the likes of Donald Ross, George Cobb, Russell Breeden, and Clyde Johnston.  I intend for our courses to continue in their traditions of excellence while finding innovative ways to keep golfers engaged and introduce new players to our sport.”

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