GM/Director of Grounds
Jeff grew up in Davidsonville, MD and had a passion for golf from a young age. After playing and working at Eisenhower Golf Course through high school, he graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor’s degree in Turf and Urban Agronomy. Jeff interned during the construction of Renditions Golf Course in Davidsonville. After graduating he worked as Assistant Superintendent at multiple clubs in the area before coming to Oak Creek in June 2015. Jeff is an avid golfer and sports fan and enjoys spending time with his wife Nikki and their two young kids.
1st Assistant Golf Superintendent
Blake was born and raised in the heart of Southern Illinois. He began his golf career washing carts, picking the range, and running the pro-shop at Red Hawk Golf Club in DuQuoin, Illinois at age 15. At 17, he began working for the grounds crew during the summers doing daily golf course maintenance. After graduating from Southeast Missouri State University with a BFA in 3-D Animation/Illustration and Graphic Design, Blake decided his true passion was being on the golf course. He then decided to pursue a career in the golf business. After working as the Assistant Superintendent at Red Hawk, he was then promoted to Golf Course Superintendent. Blake was then hired as the Assistant Superintendent of Bent Creek Golf Club in Jackson, Missouri. During this time he completed his agronomy certificate from The Ohio State University. After three years at Bent Creek, he assumed the role of Golf Course Superintendent. In a plan to further his career in a bigger market, Blake decided to uproot himself and move to the east coast. Blake joined the Oak Creek crew in October of 2015.
Head Golf Professional
Evan’s passion for the game of golf began over 18 years ago when he began playing with his father. He started his golf career about 10 years ago and has worked at several different courses in Anne Arundel and PG county. Evan is now an accredited PGA Apprentice and is dedicated to growing the game of golf.
He uses modern teaching techniques and focuses not just on improving a players swing, but their strategy and mental process when approaching the game. He has been giving lessons for three years and works with golfers of all skill levels. He always strives to improve his students game, but also knows that the most important thing is to have fun!
Assistant Golf Professional
Brent got started playing the game about 15 years ago. Motivated by his family and Tiger’s captivating achievements made Brent wanted to not only play professional golf but also teach it. His passion to become a better instructor and athlete is shown in his determination to get the youth involved, playing well and enjoying the game. Currently in the PGA PGM program, Brent has been working at Oak Creek Golf Club for three years and was hired initially as a pro shop attendant, was nominated for employee of the quarter by Toll Brothers Golf Division in 2016 and was promoted to assistant golf professional in 2016 and is also on staff with Nike Golf.
Robert "Sean" Beasley
Food and Beverage Director
Robert “Sean” Beasley, born and raised in Bowie, MD. Sean has always had three loves in life; the three F’s. Family, food, and football. The passion and love for food and family led him to hospitality industry in his late teens. Sean started his first stint with Loews Hotels where he found that the service industry was his calling and started going to school for Hospitality Management. Soon after, Sean moved to northern Virginia and started working for independent restaurants in Washington, D.C. such as Marvin and The Brixton Pub. After a few vibrant years in the city, and plenty of traveling, Sean learned he had a daughter on the way. He decided to pack up and put down roots back in his home state of Maryland. After moving back Sean accepted a position with The O’Callaghan Annapolis hotel where his career took off. Within a year’s time Sean was an Duty Manager, in charge of overseeing all facets of the daily operations. Sean gained experience working the line, banquets, restaurant, and front office. This property was the epitome of “family” in hospitality, from the way they treated their guests to how much they cared for each other. After The O’Callaghan Annapolis Hotel closed Sean started his second stint with Loews Hotels, back to where it all started. At this point Sean decided he wanted to focus his attention strictly on restaurant operations and quickly learned the ins and outs of managing a high-volume, highly regarded restaurant & bar. During his time with Loews he soaked in the guest service-centric culture that Loews has created. Instilling the values that every guest be treated as family, Sean decided to take his experience with him to Oak Creek. Reminiscent of the days his grandfather would teach him how to golf in Wilmington, NC, Sean knew that this was the perfect place to bring his love for hospitality. Go Skins.