Founder/Publisher view profile>
.. Twitter @amateurgolfcom
Pete founded AmateurGolf.com in 2000, and
manage the company and team. Prior to that, he
worked in technology sales for
large companies like EMC
and startups such as Inktomi and Ticketweb. Pete
got his first taste for the golf
the PGA Tour
as Director of Marketing at the TPC
River Highlands shortly after
graduating from Middlebury College in
where he was captain of the golf team and
won the Vermont Intercollegiate championship. He
is a regular participant in
amateur golf events and a member of the Olympic Club.
Find Pete almost every Friday afternoon at the Goat Hill Park skins game in Oceanside.
Website Operations Manager view profile>
Chris has been around the game in one form or another all of his life. He brings experience as a competitor (having played in over 20 different tournaments listed on the Majors of Amateur Golf calendar); a college player at Rice University and golf coach at UNC Greensboro; a tournament director for college, amateur and mid-amateur events; and a variety of other roles.
Chris is a graduate of Rice University, with a B.A. and M.A. in Statistics, and also attended grad school studying sport psychology at UNC Greensboro.
- Technical Services
... Twitter @kylerector
Kyle is an experienced website developer, tech
enthusiast, golf fanatic, and a mediocre putter,
making him a good addition to
the AmateurGolf.com team. When
he is not working on one of the many AmateurGolf.com - managed
websites, he is working as a digital marketing
manager for a large multinational corporation.
from a cubicle and a computer screen, Kyle is
competing in Southern California Golf Association
events and various other amateur golf events.
Kyle is a San Diego State graduate with a B.S.
in Law and an MBA in Business Management. If
want to see him in his natural habitat, just show up
at the Torrey Pines Parking lot at 4:45am
Saturday or Sunday.
- Managing Editor
With over 30 years of experience in the fields of public relations, marketing and communications, Jim has headed up athletic communication departments at three universities on the west coast, including Santa Clara, Stanford and his alma mater, the University of San Francisco. In addition to his role with AmateurGolf.com, Jim also serves as an official scorer for Major League Baseball with assignments on both sides of the bay involving the San Francisco Giants and Oakland A’s.
Jim enjoys all sports, collecting and reading golf books, cooking meals for his family and friends, spending time with his dogs and making occasional birdies. He threatens to move to Scotland at least once a week.
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In addition to our staff and our team of writers, AmateurGolf.com has
relied on some of the
best in the business to provide us with
important services. These individuals and firms are
as much a part of our success as anything
else. We've also built a loyal team we call the
Staff" who inform us
about important events, provide course and
equipment reviews, and even test new