Talbott Denny Appointed New Superintendent of TPC Eagle Trace

TPC Eagle TraceHeritage Golf Group recently announced the appointment of Talbott Denny as golf course superintendent of TPC Eagle Trace in Coral Springs.

TPC Eagle Trace opened in December 1983 as the first private club in the TPC Network and was the Host Club for nine PGA Tour Events. TPC Eagle Trace is a member of both the Tournament Players Club Network and the Heritage Collection of properties.

"We are proud to welcome Talbott as golf course superintendent of TPC Eagle Trace," said Bob Holzman, general manager of TPC Eagle Trace. "His proven track record and experiences will prove invaluable as we continually strive to bring members and guests of TPC Eagle Trace unrivaled golf and uncompromising service."

TPC Eagle Trace features a stunning Arthur Hills golf course that provides balance, aesthetics and outstanding conditions for an unrivaled golf experience. TPC Eagle Trace is recognized as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary for its commitment to environmental quality by meeting required standards for protecting the environment, conserving natural resources, and preserving wildlife habitats.

Denny has a wide range of experience in the golf industry. He spent the past 10 years as golf course superintendent at Pine Tree Golf Club, Boynton Beach, Florida. Prior to Pine Tree, Denny was the golf course superintendent at the Boca Raton Resort & Club.

Denny is a graduate of Indiana University and holds a Turf Management Degree from Michigan State University.


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