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Our Experts

Dr. Todd Bunnell, PhD

Vice President of Agronomy

Dr. Bunnell works closely with superintendents to develop sound and efficient agronomic programs for each course based on annual and ongoing on-site analyses. In addition, Dr. Bunnell leads our R&D programs in collaboration with leading university researchers and manufacturers across the country and around the world.

Kevin Neal, CGCS

Vice President, Area Director, West

A truly innovative leader and expert in golf course maintenance, Kevin Neal is a key contributor in the creation and ongoing refinement of our operating program, BV360. Kevin develops the operations plans for new courses and works side-by-side with superintendents on fine-tuning them over time.

Ted Horton, CGCS

Senior Consulting Superintendent

Formerly with Winged Foot Golf Club, Pebble Beach and other top clubs, Ted offers award-winning knowledge in long-range planning and day-to-day management. He oversees BrightView’s national agronomic standards, programs, policies and procedures as well as serves as an active advisor at courses we maintain.

Terry McGuire

Vice President of Operations

As a senior member on our team, Terry McGuire is responsible for overall performance and quality control. Terry trains all staff members in the BrightView Maintenance Operations Standards and makes annual visits to our clients' courses to ensure those standards are being upheld.

Mike Harbin, CGCS

Area Director for the Southeast

As area director for our clients in the southeast, Mike Harbin works to ensure that every partnership BrightView undertakes in this area starts off and continues on a course for success. Mike has served as Director of Course Construction and Agronomics Research and Course Superintendent at community and private clubs in South Carolina.

Vince Gilmartin, CGCS

Area Director for the Northeast

With years of experience as a superintendent at golf clubs across the northeast, Vince brings a depth of knowledge and expertise to our partnerships in this area. Vince has been named a GCSAA Environmental Leader in Golf and an Audubon International Steward. His leadership has earned the clubs for which he's worked several regional awards.

Adam Kloster, CGCS

Associate Area Director for the West

Adam Kloster was named BrightView Golf's Superintendent of the year in 2011 and is a seasoned BrightView team member. In his role as Associate Area Director, West, Adam continues those high standards in overseeing personnel development, quality control and customer relationships on client properties in the West.

Tray Maltby

Associate Area Director for the South

Tray brings an extensive amount of experience to his position as an Associate Area Director having worked at some of the finest courses in the Southeast. He works closely with the on-site Golf Course Superintendents to ensure course standards and operations are maintained and managed consistently according to the BrightView culture and core values. Tray is also active with the GCSAA and currently sits on the Central Florida Golf Course Superintendents Board.

Tobin W. Ross, CGCS

Associate Area Director, North East

Tobin joined BrightView Golf Maintenance in 2005 as a Superintendent for Youghiogheny Country Club in Mckeesport, PA. In 2009 he achieved certification status, as well as receiving the BrightView Superintendent of the Year award. Due to his dedication and hard work, Tobin was promoted to Associate Area Director for the North East in 2015. Tobin is a seasoned BrightView team member and is an expert on BrightView’s operating and administrative systems.

Brad Orndorff, CGCS

Associate Area Director, South

As Associate Area director, Brad is responsible for personnel development, quality control and customer relationships at BrightView’s properties in the South. Brad joined BrightView Golf Maintenance in 2013 as a Superintendent overseeing two courses and was awarded the BrightView Superintendent of the year in 2015. He was then promoted to Associate Area Director for the South Region in 2016.

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