ValleyCrest Golf Maintenance is now
Who is BrightView?
Who We Are
Your Course to Success
BrightView Golf Maintenance focuses exclusively on the science, technology and operations of golf course maintenance. As a result we’ve been able to develop innovative solutions, leverage economies of scale and use the most advanced technology to help give our clients a competitive advantage. The best part, the results we achieve make the game — and your club’s odds for long-term success — that much better.
Broad Resources, Rich History, Discerning Clients
In 2014, The Brickman Group and ValleyCrest Landscape Companies combined to form BrightView. As the next-generation landscape and snow services enterprise, we serve a wide range of clients in diverse industries nationwide, with comprehensive capabilities that see them through the lifecycle of their landscapes.
We take pride in providing a worry-free, dependable service commitment. Our over 22,000 team members consistently bring excellent landscapes to life at thousands of clients’ properties, fostering collaborative relationships to drive our clients’ success.
What’s it like to work with BrightView?
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The customer service, expertise, and professionalism BrightView has to offer are second to none. They are very responsive to all our needs and strive to provide us with the highest level of customer satisfaction. As a result, the condition of our course has significantly improved, which has helped us attract new members to the club. BrightView is truly the industry leader in golf course maintenance.Buck Deibel - Director of Golf, The Club at Boca Pointe, Boca Raton, FL
We could not be happier with the service we have received from BrightView. Our golf courses look better than ever due in large part to the hard work, dedication and professionalism demonstrated by the BrightView team, from the top all the way to the team here at Pacific Palms. We are very happy to continue in our partnership and look forward to many years together.John Semcken - Co-owner and Managing Partner, Pacific Palms Resort, City of Industry, CA
I never have to worry about things. If there is something I need to know about, I know about it. For me, BrightView’s strength is in their ability to manage professionally and their anticipation of our needs.Catherine Wilson - Operations Administration Mgr., Canyon Lake Country Club, Canyon Lake, CA
BrightView’s agronomists are a real asset. They ask good questions when they visit, which provides us with a check and balance to make sure the annual plan is followed and our superintendents are supported. It’s a comfort to know our superintendents are not left on their own in the field.Rob Nakamura - Parks & Recreation Manager, City of Roseville, Roseville, CA
From a pure resource standpoint, where would a club be able to get the advice from a top Agronomist, a former superintendent with several U.S. Opens under his belt, and a collection of some of the sharpest minds in the golf maintenance business? That is just the beginning of what BrightView brought to our club.Jack Stoughton - Board President, Glendora Country Club, Glendora, CA
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 onsite 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 manager in golf course maintenance, Kevin Neal was a key contributor in the creation and ongoing refinement of our operating philosophy, VC360. Kevin develops the operations plans for new courses and works hand-in-hand with the Superintendent 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.