Scott Newhouse named director of golf at The TwinEagles Club

Scott NewhouseNAPLES, Fla. (Jan. 25, 2011) – The Ronto Group has appointed Scott Newhouse as director of golf of The TwinEagles Club.

Newhouse most recently served the past ten years at Naples National Golf Club and held the position of director of golf for the last eight years. For nearly a decade, he served as first assistant professional at Royal Wood Golf and Country Club. Early in his career, Newhouse was assistant professional at Peek’n Peak Resort & Spa in Clymer, N.Y.

He has hosted two U.S. Open qualifying events and the annual Terra Cotta Invitational, the flagship event of Naples National, growing it to one of the nation’s top ranked amateur events featuring national and international ranking points.

Newhouse received his Associate Degree in Managerial Finance and Accounting at Jamestown Community College in Jamestown, N.Y., and is active with The Immokalee Foundation, working with the students of Immokalee by using golf to teach life skills.

The TwinEagles community includes the outstanding Talon Course co-designed by Jack Nicklaus and Jack Nicklaus Jr. Its natural setting and vistas can be viewed from every window of the spacious two-story 47,000-square-foot Scottish manor clubhouse. TwinEagles is the winter home of the Suttie Golf Academy with legendary instructor Dr. Jim Suttie, who is currently No.16 on the prestigious Golf Digest America’s 50 Greatest Teachers list for 2009-2010, in a field of more than 30,000 eligible teachers. Suttie’s training employs the principles of biomechanics using state-of-the-art equipment and computer video analysis to improve all facets of the game.

TwinEagles also features two themed botanical parks named for the plant life that gives them their character. The Palmery has more than a dozen species of palms, a hedge maze and shaded seating beneath a vine-wrapped pergola. The Fernery is enclosed by a hedge, has the sky as a ceiling and features dense green ferns, colorful bromeliads and benches surrounding a center fountain.

TwinEagles is located on Immokalee Road in Naples, approximately three miles east of Collier Boulevard (SR 951). The master-planned community consists of approximately 1,115 acres, with homes and recreational amenities surrounded by more than 300 acres of open green space. For more information on the TwinEagles Golf Club, call 239-354-1700.

Homebuyers and Realtors may request additional information or arrange an escorted tour by visiting the TwinEagles Information Center, calling 239-352-8000 or logging onto www.twineagles.com. The information center is located inside the community’s entrance on Immokalee Road seven miles east of I-75.

 

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