Tommy Monteverdi has built himself a reputation as a leader within the PGA. He is active on the New Jersey PGA Board of Directors, selected as the 2019 NJPGA Bill Strausbaugh Award winner, and selected as the 2017 NJPGA Horton Smith Award winner. From an instructional standpoint, Tommy has been a nominee for Golf Magazine’s Best in State list and has defined his career as a nationally recognized instructor in junior golf.

Tommy Monteverdi

Tommy Monteverdi is currently the Head Golf Professional at Glen Ridge Country Club in Glen Ridge, New Jersey; a position he has proudly held since 2013. Prior to this position, he was the Teaching Professional at Pelham Country Club in Pelham Manor, New York. Tommy spent five years as the Head Golf Professional at Dutchess Golf Club in Poughkeepsie, New York. He got his start in the Met Section as the First Assistant Golf Professional at The Greenwich Country Club in Greenwich, Connecticut where he thrived for eight years.

Tommy has built himself a reputation as an instructor. In 2005, he was nominated to Golf Magazine’s Best in State Golf Instructors list in Connecticut. He has also defined his career as a leader in junior golf. From 2005-2013, he was selected to U.S. Kids Golf: Top 50 Kids Teachers in America; seven times as an honorable mention selection. In 2006 and 2010, he was honored as a Top 50 selection in the country.

As golfer’s needs for technology has increased over the years, so too has Tommy’s commitment to continuing education. He is currently Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Golf Level 2 Certified, a Flightscope Level 2 Certified Professional, and a PGA Member since 2000.

Prior to getting into the golf business, Tommy was an accomplished soccer player. He was a goalkeeper on the University of South Carolina’s Men’s Soccer Team. The team was ranked as high as #1 in the nation for Division One college soccer in the fall of 1995.

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Deutsche Bank Championship Pro Am 2003. One of my students played with Tiger Woods in the Pro Am. I caddied for my student and got inside the ropes with the #1 player in the world for 18 holes.
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Vineyard Golf Club, Martha’s Vineyard, MA 2001 – Meeting former President Bill Clinton.