Boismier Joins Deer Creek

One of the industry’s truly good guys, Jeff Boismier, is joining Deer Creek as its GM. For those of you who don’t know Jeff, he spent a significant amount of time at National Pines in Barrie before it was sold to ClubLink, and then joined Muskoka Bay. The job at Muskoka Bay went badly — he left after apparently not seeing eye-to-eye with the club’s owner. He resurfaced last year working at Magna GC.

Here’s the news:

I feel very excited and lucky to be returning to a well established and family owned golf facility that has a solid reputation in the GTA and a wonderful staff, says Boismier, who spent the 2009 season on staff at Magna Golf Club working for former Deer Creek golf professional Rob Roxborough.
Previous to that, he spent a year managing Nearly New Golf Balls, a year managing a couple of golf ranges in Barrie and two seasons opening Muskoka Bay Club in Gravenhurst. For Boismier, 50, this is a return to his roots. He made a name for himself as the General Manager at National Pines in Barrie when it was a family owned semi-private facility before ClubLink took control in 2004.
To be able to work for the Coughlan Family is a privilege and Im looking forward to managing both the golf and banquet sides of the business, Boismier said. Deer Creek entertains about 100,000 golfers each year and 100,000 guests through its banquets, meeting, events, wedding and galas.

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