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NORTON, Massachusetts – In preparation for the 2020 golf season, Mass Golf is excited to announce the addition of Naomi Nesenoff as Mass Golf’s Manager of Women’s Events and Player Development.
The announcement was made official by Mass Golf Executive Director/CEO Jesse Menachem. Nesenoff, who most recently served as the Director of Golf at Alpine Country Club in Rhode Island for nearly two years, began her new position with Mass Golf on January 6.
“We are excited to start the new year off by welcoming Naomi into the Mass Golf office,” Menachem said. “Her experience and familiarity with state golf associations as well as her passion for growing the game of golf made her the ideal choice.”
Nesenoff, a native of Dix Hills, New York, and a graduate of the PGM program at Penn State, has been a PGA member since 2010. She served as an intern with the Women’s Metropolitan Golf Association, followed by roles as an Assistant Golf Professional at both private and resort courses in New York. She went on to become the Director of Golf at the Traditions at the Glen Resort in New York before her latest Director of Golf role in Rhode Island.
“My entire career thus far has been built around two areas in which I am most passionate about in golf, running successful events and growing the game,” said Nesenoff. “With this new role I am combining these passions. It is everyone’s dream to be able to say that they enjoy what they do on a daily basis and I would like to thank Jesse Menachem and Mark Gagne for the opportunity to do just that.”
In her new position, Nesenoff will be responsible for managing the Women’s Tournament schedule, Mixed Team Tournaments and the popular Spring Team and Fall Cup matches. She is also uniquely qualified to introduce and foster a wide range of player development programs throughout the state and will contribute to site operations at Women’s Championships.
“We look forward to enhancing the player experience for our women’s events as Naomi brings a wealth of expertise in tournament operations,” said Mark Gagne, Mass Golf’s Director of Member Services. “Her talent and vision in creating and growing effective player development programs will no doubt translate into some exciting new opportunities for golfers throughout the state.”
Nesenoff is the third PGA Professional to join the Mass Golf Member Services team, joining Keith Gagnon, the Manager of Course Rating, and Patrick Fannon, the Manager of Member Events and Services.