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Welcome to the McCall Golf Club, New Head Golf Professional David DiMartino.
McCall City Manager Anette Spickard utilized a panel of city administration, PGA Career Services, and Golf Advisory Committee members to uncover our new McCall Golf Club Head Professional, David DiMartino.
Selected out of a competitive field of more than sixteen highly qualified applicants, he brings 20 years of experience as a PGA Professional who specializes in cultivating teams, building vision, and executing highly productive golf operations.
“David brings a level of golf industry knowledge, professionalism, and excitement that couldn’t be passed up. I look forward to what he will do to shape the future experience for our users of McCall Golf Club while retaining revered traditions such as the McCall Amateur,” said Spickard.
DiMartino brings extensive experience in municipal courses, golf resorts, and private clubs and has worked in Texas, Florida, Mexico, Colorado, and Wisconsin. His work as the Head Golf Professional at City of Aspen’s destination course, The Aspen Club, closely resembles McCall’s seasonal challenges making him well-equipped for what’s ahead.
DiMartino believes in building a culture of consensus, respect, and inclusivity for all that extends on and off the course with players and staff while simultaneously anticipating the needs of McCall Golf Club guests and players. He is looking forward to developing off-season experiences at the course as well for all to enjoy.
DiMartino had this to say when asked how he felt about the news. “Our family is excited to join such a welcoming community. I plan to start by listening to staff, players and guests so that I can be a proactive champion of community needs.”
Expect our new Pro to fit in well in our recreation-minded community as an avid adventurer and outdoor enthusiast. David, his wife Lauren, and daughter Alister will join us, bringing a shared passion for the mountains and tight-knit communities.
New Head Golf Professional David DiMartino will start his position on October 24, 2022, serving under City Manager Anette Spickard in a newly outlined in-house management model while working alongside longtime Superintendent Eric McCormick.