Assistant Golf Professional
Matt Miller started working as part of the golf industry in 2009 when he was 15 years of age as a caddie at Berkshire Country Club in Reading, Pennsylvania. After graduating high school, he decided to pursue his interest in the golf and enrolled into the Professional Golf Management Program at Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina. During his first internship, he decided to stay close to home and it was then, he earned a 3-month internship at Hershey Country Club as part of the Outside Golf Operations Staff. In this position, he learned about providing high quality customer service as well as learning how a country club runs a cart operation. This education further expanded his knowledge of the industry and how to provide the country club experience to its members and guests. After his second year, he chose not to return to Methodist due to family concerns however, he decided to continue working at his second internship as an Assistant Golf Professional at Golden Oaks Golf Club in Fleetwood, Pennsylvania. There he learned how to run golf tournaments, how to manage a cart staff, as well as learning the differences between a public and private golf operation. After working there for a year, he decided he needed to finish his education and decided to attend the Professional Golfer’s Career College in Hilton Head, South Carolina. This turned out to be a great decision due to the contacts he met and the education he received both at the college as well as working at Berkeley Hall Club, one of the most prestigious country clubs in Hilton Head, as part of their Outside Operations team. Every year they host The Players Amateur which is a premier amateur event in the United States and he was extremely proud to be a part of that. The experiences he has endured over his career thus far has allowed him to expand his knowledge of this great industry, grow as a true Professional and has allowed him to value and respect every aspect that makes a Club a success.