Mark began his career in the Athletic Club industry over 20 years ago, joining Columbia Athletic Clubs in 1998. During his Athletic Club career he as worked in many different capacities from a front desk attendant to his current position as General Manager. During his tenor with CAC he has worked at some capacity in each of the 4 different locations. He began managing the Silver Lake Location in 2010 after spending the previous 5 years as the GM of the Juanita location. He is a graduate of Washington State University with a BA in Business Administration and a minor in Sports Management.
PGA Master Professional
A member of the PGA of America for 28 years attaining the classification of Master Professional. Employs a simplistic complete teaching approach focusing on the students overall improvement. His students swear by him in providing them with proper diagnosis, corrective measures including drills, structured follow-up practice suggestions all to improve their playing abilities no matter what the skill level or prior experience. You can contact Chuck by email.
Certified Golf Instructor and Fitter
Greg started his teaching career working at First Tee of Greater Seattle. Teaching certification led him to GOLFTEC where he taught students with varying levels of experience. He is also a Certified Club Fitter and uses that background to help his students with questions about their current equipment and possible equipment options. His teaching style is very individualized and builds on the fundamentals of the golf swing. To help his students enjoy their golf game more, Greg utilizes patience and focuses on details that add up to a more repeatable, dependable golf swing.
Adam began his Golf career in 2017 while finishing up his degree at Northwest University in Kirkland. He started out working at the Practice Facility at The Golf Club at Newcastle while he pursued his PGA Membership. From the Golf Club at Newcastle he has moved on to work at Glendale Country Club, Seattle Golf Club, and Mill Creek Country Club, teaching at every stop along the way. Adam believes that each student learns differently and has different goals in mind. He likes to adapt his teaching from simple feelings to intense techniques depending on what each student needs. Adam’s philosophy is “Golf is a Game and so it should be fun and enjoyed.”