Jim Mitus - Class A PGA Professional
Golfing is a way of life that all golfers understand. During my high school days, I faced personal challenges and strove to identify who I was. I enjoyed a good challenge and golf provided an answer to something in me that no other sport did. During high school I worked at the Ludlow Golf Course until 1977. I graduated from Springfield College, were I was the captain of the golf team in 1978 & 1979. In 1979 I played in the NCAA Division II Championship earning an All-American Honor. That year I turned professional, earning my PGA Class A in 1983. At that time I began my career as a golf professional and general manager of the Skyline Country Club.
Kevin Henderson - Course Superintendent
I joined the Skyline Country Club as a member in 1994. I loved the course so much I had to work here and was hired on the grounds crew. From there, I worked my way up to assistant grounds keeper, and in 2010 became the Head Superintendent. Skyline offers me an opportunity to use my creativity to alter course conditions and also is a tremendous outlet to include my family in my work.
B.J. Haskins - Pro Shop Manager
I never thought I would be playing golf or working at a country club. The concept of hitting a little white ball, chasing it, finding it (hopefully) and hitting it again did not seem like it would be too much fun. Now, I am in my 12th season at Skyline and have won seven ladies club championships. Golf is a great game that can take you anywhere. I have met a lot of wonderful people working at the Skyline. Just one drawback, it's hard to call in sick when you're having a great front nine and the boss knows you're coming down the ninth.
Hailey Turner - Head Bartender
Bartending is a great way to be social and involved. I started playing golf at the Skyline Country Club before working at the Skyline as a bartender. The family atmosphere here lends itself to work and fun. The laid-back atmosphere allows me to raise my three children, golf when weather permits and have the good fortune to associate with members and seasonal visitors.