Gregg Meyer, PGA
Head Golf Professional
Growing up in Bath, PA Gregg attended Northampton Area High School where he played four years of high school golf. Winning back to back District XI titles, 2 East Penn Conference titles, the State American Legion Junior Championship and participated in the Pennsylvania State Championship 3 times. Gregg was also named Easton Express-Times Player of the Year both his junior and senior year.
Gregg continued his education and golf career at Jacksonville State University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. While at Jacksonville he played four years of Division I golf and was a vital member of the 1996 TAAC Conference Championship team.
Upon graduating college in 1999, Gregg first pursued a playing career for five years. He played on various tours throughout the United States. During that time he played in two PGA Tour events as well as competing three years on the NGA Hooters Tour. Over the five years, Gregg had the chance to compete on a weekly basis with current PGA Tour players such as Zack Johnson, Bubba Watson, Sean O’Hair, Josh Teater and Vaughn Taylor to name a few. In 2009, Gregg qualified and competed in the PGA National Club Professional Championship in New Mexico.
Early in his career, Gregg had the chance to work at Lake Nona Country Club and Falcons Fire Golf Club in Orlando, Florida. It was not until 2005 that he decided to focus on a career in the golf industry. Gregg accepted a job as an assistant professional at Riverview Country Club where he spent four years working in the summers and then during the winter months he spent two years in Arizona and three years in Florida where he was a certified head instructor for John Jacobs Golf Schools and Advantage Golf Schools. From 2009 to 2017, Gregg was the Head Professional at Woodstone Country Club. In 2018, Gregg has accepted the Head Professional Position at Morgan Hill Golf Course. He continues to keep his game sharp and enjoys playing in local Pocono Pro-ams and Philadelphia Section PGA events.
Since attaining his “Class A,” PGA Membership in 2007, he has continued to grow as a professional through his colleges and educational courses. Over his career, he has had the chance to work and play with some of the top players, instructors and club professionals in the business. Although these previous experiences have left him with tangible skills, his greatest asset is the appreciation he has for the game of golf. On a daily basis, Gregg interacts with members and guests to ensure an exceptional golf experience.