Course Maintenance Program
The goal of the Golf Course Maintenance Program at Huntsville Golf Club is to provide tournament quality playing conditions on a daily basis. Armed with state of the art equipment and utilizing sound agronomic practices, the Greens and Grounds Staff implements a maintenance program that is designed to provide members with enjoyable and challenging playing conditions throughout the golfing season.
Drawing on many years of experience, the Greens and Grounds Staff work together as a team to maintain the golf course to the highest possible standards. The full time staff works from March until December, with a smaller crew working during January and February. During our peak months, May through August, the permanent staff is joined by several seasonal employees.
Golf Course Superintendent
Mark H. McCormick has been the Golf Course Superintendent at Huntsville Golf Club since the fall of 1999. Before taking the reins as superintendent, he was the First Assistant here at Huntsville starting in October 1992. He has the distinction of being one of the few people who have worked at Huntsville since the course opened.
Mark graduated from Penn State University in 1992 with a four year degree in Agronomy. He has been a tremendous asset to Huntsville Golf Club in both his position as assistant and currently as golf course superintendent. Mark lives in Dallas with his wife, Janel, and daughters, Payton and Tyra. He is a member of GCSAA and Central Penn Golf Course Superintendents Association. A great outdoorsman, he loves to fish and hunt.
Golf Course Assistant Superintendent
Casey Sheehan is the First Assistant Superintendent. Casey is a 2005 graduate of Penn State University and was previously employed at TPC Jasna Polana.