Chad CarpenterRegional Superintendent
Chad is Eagle Golf’s Regional Superintendent and responsible for overseeing the turf maintenance operations at three Eagle properties in Eastern Missouri. He has over 21 years of experience maintaining cool and warm season turf in the transition zone.
Chad is based at Forest Park Golf Course where he has served as Superintendent since 1997. He served as the Construction and Grow-in Superintendent when Forest Park Golf Course was renovated in 2003. Chad has oversight responsibilities for landscape maintenance services for the City of St. Louis on several high focus turf areas within Forest Park.
He received his Associate of Applied Science degree in horticulture from St. Louis Community College at Meramec. He is a Class “A” Member of the Golf Course Superintendent Association of America, and serves as President on the Board of the Mississippi Valley Golf Course Superintendents Association.
Scot RobinsonRegional Superintendent
Scot is currently the golf course superintendent at Canyon Springs Golf Club in San Antonio, Texas. In addition to his duties at Canyon Springs, he is the regional superintendent for Eagle Golf's courses in Houston, Austin and San Antonio.
He has been in the golf industry for over 15 years and was the golf course superintendent at Meadowbrook Country Club in northwest Iowa for 4 years before accepting an assistant golf course superintendent position at Dominion Country Club, a high-end private club in San Antonio. Scot held this position for one year until he accepted the assistant golf course superintendent position at Barton Creek Resort in Austin, Texas. He then became the grow-in superintendent at the Trails of Frisco before joining Eagle Golf in 2002.
Scot graduated with an Associate of Applied Science degree from Iowa Lakes Community College and is a Member of the Central Texas Golf Course Superintendent's Association and the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America.
Ron KerleyRegional Superintendent - California
Ron Kerley has 17 years of progressive turf grass management experience and currently is the Regional Superintendent for our courses in California. His home course is Los Robles Greens Golf Course. Prior to joining Eagle Golf in 2006, Mr. Kerley managed daily fee, multi-hole facilities and satellite properties in California as well as the northeast region for American Golf Corporation where he spent 5 years.
Mr. Kerley was voted “Eagle Golf’s Best New Superintendent in 2007”. Mr. Kerley was also named “2009 Public Golf Course Superintendent of the Year” by the Southern California Golf Course Superintendent’s Association. Mr. Kerley has been involved with various golf clubs along with a few non-profit organizations, aiding and assisting in fundraising events. He raised money for Los Robles Women’s Cub by organizing and operating a putting contest during the Susan B. Komen Rally for a Cure Tournament two years consecutively. In 2011, he was part of Westlake High School Mentor Program where high school students shadow him throughout his day to day operations of managing course conditions, financials and cart maintenance.
Mr. Kerley earned his turf grass certificate from Rutgers University in New Jersey. He is in Class A standing with the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America and Southern California Golf Course Superintendent’s Association.