Head Professional’s Bio
Jeremy is a Class “A” PGA Professional who has completed an advanced PGA certification in Golf Operations. He now lives in Harrisburg, PA with his long-time girlfriend Kelly Stonesifer along with his two rescue dogs Tucker and Tilly.
Jeremy brings a very professional and customer service oriented approach to Mayapple Golf Club. Jeremy’s goal is to insure each and every customer’s experience at the club exceeds their expectations. He has a very competitive and success driven personality that will help Mayapple Golf Club continue to be one of the top golf destinations in the area.
When asked why he wanted to work in the golf industry, Jeremy said, “I always knew as soon as I was done with my baseball career I knew I was going to work in the golf industry, which is why I majored in Sports Management. I love playing the game of golf and I enjoy the competition you have with yourself that golf brings, along with the discipline, work ethic, and morals associated with the game”.
Jeremy has been employed in the area over the past 7 years working at Crossgates Golf Club in Lancaster, PA, Regents’ Glen Country Club in York, PA, last season at Blue Ridge Country Club, and has also worked as a PGA Golf Professional at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club at Grande Lakes in Orlando, FL which hosts the PGA Tour event “The PNC Father-Son Challenge”.
Jeremy grew up in West Frankfort, IL, attended college at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN on a baseball scholarship, and graduated from TNU in 2000 with a Bachelors’ degree in Sports Management and a Minor in Business Administration.
Jeremy’s life prior to working in the golf industry is very interesting. While in college Jeremy was awarded many accolades for baseball including being a 2-Time All-American in 1999 and 2000, as well as being the 2000 National Collegiate Batting Champion.
After college, Jeremy signed a minor league contract to play for the New York Mets and continued to play for professional baseball for 8 seasons. In addition to playing for the New York Mets minor league system, he also played in the Colorado Rockies, Chicago White Sox, and Los Angeles Dodgers Minor League farm systems before finishing his career in 2007 with the Lancaster Barnstormers.