Blue Rock Golf Course Welcomes New Golf Pro

Spent 19 years as Head Pro at Cape Cod National Golf Club...
Jim Campbell, new Head Golf Professional at Blue Rock Golf Course.

(SOUTH YARMOUTH, MA) – Blue Rock Golf Course welcomes Class A PGA Golf Professional Jim Campbell as the new Head Golf Professional at their award-winning Blue Rock Golf Course in South Yarmouth.

Paul Rumul, President of The Davenport Companies, explains, “We are excited to welcome Jim to the Blue Rock team. His experience, expertise and enthusiasm for the game of golf will only add to the great programs we have in place. We wish the best to our former pro, Pat Fannon, who has recently begun a new role promoting golf across the state at Mass Golf. And we know the transition at Blue Rock will be a smooth one as Pat and Jim have a great working relationship, having known one another for many years.”

With over 30 years of experience in the golf industry, Jim is no stranger to Cape Cod golf, having spent 19 years as the Head Golf Professional at Cape Cod National Golf Club in Brewster, MA. A lifelong resident of Massachusetts, he is a graduate of Mississippi State University with a degree in Professional Golf Management/Marketing and has worked at a number of courses along the east coast from Pittsburgh, PA to Naples, FL. His background includes course and pro shop management with a specialty in private lessons, golf schools and clinics. Jim has a PGA Certification in Player Development and is a Certified Callaway and Ping Club Fitter. He has also volunteered his time instructing local elementary school students and the Nauset High School boys and girls golf teams. Jim lives in Brewster with his three sons and their Australian Shepherd, Ollie. He enjoys golfing and fishing with his family.


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