Whitney Oaks Golf Club Hires New General Manager
Rocklin, CA - Whitney Oaks Golf Club announces the appointment of Jerry Bow as the new General Manager.
"Jerry is the perfect addition to our Whitney Oaks team," said Gene Whitehouse, Chairman of the United Auburn Indian Community. "He brings incredible leadership, outstanding day-to-day business management skills, and innovative ideas. We are certain that he will continue to offer our guests award winning hospitality."
Bow, who resides in Rocklin, brings over 15 years of management experience to his new role. Before joining the Whitney Oaks team, Bow served as Director of Golf at Turkey Creek Golf Club in Lincoln, CA. Prior to that, Bow held several management positions at Teal Bend Golf Club in Sacramento, CA.
"I am delighted to have the opportunity to join the exceptional team at Whitney Oaks Golf Club," said Bow. "I am honored by this opportunity and look forward to advancing Whitney Oaks as the premier golf resort in our region."
Designed by professional golf legend Johnny Miller and Santa Rosa architect Fred Bliss, Whitney Oaks Golf Club is one of Northern California's most spectacular golf destinations. In addition to offering an immaculate 18-hole golf course, it also features a driving range, a clubhouse with a bar & grill, a Pro Shop and facilities for special events.
During the summer, guests can enjoy live jazz music on the patio at Pyramid Bar & Grill and select wine pours every Wednesday evening from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Additionally, Whitney Oaks is offering summer golf camps for children instructed by LPGA and PGA professionals. For more information visit www.whitneyoaksgolf.com.
Rocklin's Whitney Oaks Golf Club, owned and operated by the United Auburn Indian Community and located about 30 minutes from Sacramento, prides itself on providing world-class service and features an immaculate 18-hole course, driving range, clubhouse with bar & grill, and a well-stocked Pro Shop plus facilities large enough to accommodate weddings and banquets. For tee times or other information, please call 916.632.8333.
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