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PGM Grad Announced as Director of Junior Golf, Golf House Kentucky

Raymond Moehlman

Eastern Kentucky University Professional Golf Management Program graduate, Raymond Moehlman, has been announced as Golf House Kentucky’s director of Junior Golf, beginning December 17, 2018. Moehlman’s new role comes with many exciting tasks, including overseeing the operations state-wide of the junior program, including the Kentucky PGA Junior Tour, the Kentucky PGA Junior Championship, the Kentucky Junior Amateur, and Middle School and High School State Championships.

“I am extremely excited to accept the role of Director, Junior Golf at Golf House Kentucky,” said Moehlman. “As a Kentucky native, who grew up playing junior golf tournaments, I cannot wait to join the team and continue my passion as a PGA Golf Professional by leading the premier junior golf program in the Commonwealth. I look forward to not only serving but creating a prestigious tournament experience for Kentucky junior golfers and their families.”

During his time at EKU Moehlman was a part of the Professional Golf Management program. A very accomplished student, he graduated top of his class and earned the distinguished College of Business Dean’s award. He was afforded many opportunities, such as interning for The Camargo Club, PGA Championships Department, which allowed him to aid in conducting both the Boys and Girls Junior PGA Championships. Last year, Moehlman worked as University of Louisville’s Golf Culb Assistant Golf Professional. Additionally, he was an instructor and mentor in the junior golf program.

Moehlman also worked for the Southern Ohio PGA Selection as the Tournament Director. His responsibilities included conducting all of the section, chapter and playing ability tests for over 500 PGA members as well as associates. Additionally, he aided in conducting the Southern Ohio PGA’s junior tournament schedule.

“With his past experience at both a section and national level, Ray brings a unique combination of skills and knowledge to Kentucky,” said Brent Paladino, Executive Director. “He is passionate about providing a positive experience for junior golfers and their families, and I am confident he will be a tremendous addition to our team.”

Published on December 07, 2018

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