On behalf of the Board of Directors, I am pleased to announce that Jeremy Broom is returning to the Mississaugua Golf and Country Club as our Director of Golf, effective April 29th, 2019.
The Search Committee specifically targeted candidates who would be supportive of our traditional values while at the same time elevating our Member service levels. We are confident that Jeremy can successfully achieve these objectives for our Membership.
As a PGA of Canada Member, Jeremy has worked within the private golf club industry over the last 14 years, including time as an Associate Professional at Lambton Golf and Country Club from 2005 to 2008, Teaching Professional here at Mississaugua Golf and Country Club from 2009 to 2011, Director of Instruction at The Toronto Golf Club from 2012 to 2013 and most recently at the Cherry Hill Club as the Executive Professional for the past five seasons.
Jeremy has a keen interest in developing golf professionals into the next leaders of golf in Canada. This professional development extends to not only fellow staff but others as well. Jeremy’s time serving on the PGA of Canada – Ontario Zone Board of Directors from 2010 to 2016 was spent with this objective in mind.
Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Science Degree at McMaster University and a Business Diploma from Mohawk College. Jeremy and his wife Merilee currently reside in Grimsby, Ontario with their three children, Carter, Sydney and Gabrielle, ages, 14, 12 and 10.
“It is an honour to be appointed the next Director of Golf at Mississaugua Golf and Country Club. The time I have spent growing my skill set as a golf professional has prepared me for the challenges that lie ahead. I am looking forward to reconnecting with many familiar faces at Mississaugua and developing relationships with all those I am about to meet. I would like to thank Cherry Hill for the support demonstrated over the past five years. Cherry Hill is a wonderful Club with a fantastic Membership and Staff, all the best going forward. My family and I are very excited about the transition to Mississaugua. It is truly a historically significant Club within the private golf club landscape, and I am humbled to have been selected to provide service to the Membership as the next Director of Golf.”