Super Range Staff

Mark Peterson

General Manager

markp@columbiaathletic.com

Mark began his career in the Athletic Club industry over 20 years ago, joining Columbia Athletic Clubs in 1998. During his Athletic Club career he as worked in many different capacities from a front desk attendant to his current position as General Manager. During his tenor with CAC he has worked at some capacity in each of the 4 different locations. He began managing the Silver Lake Location in 2010 after spending the previous 5 years as the GM of the Juanita location. He is a graduate of Washington State University with a BA in Business Administration and a minor in Sports Management.

Chuck Notestone - Director of Instruction

Chuck Notestone

PGA Master Professional, Director of Instruction

chuckn@columbiaathletic.com

A member of the PGA of America for 28 years attaining the classification of Master Professional. Employs a simplistic complete teaching approach focusing on the students overall improvement. His students swear by him in providing them with proper diagnosis, corrective measures including drills, structured follow-up practice suggestions all to improve their playing abilities no matter what the skill level or prior experience. You can contact Chuck by email.

Steve Reuhl - PGA Class A Professional

Steve Reuhl

PGA Class A Professional

stever@columbiaathletic.com

Steve is a Northwest native, a loyal UW Husky graduating in 1975. A Life Member of the PGA of America, Steve has been teaching at the Super Range since 1993. If you need some help with your game, give Steve a call or email him.

Kevin Mackay - PGA Class A Professional

Kevin Mackay

PGA Class A Professional
Owner Class ‘A’ Golf

Kevin started his career at the University of Montana where he was the Golf Professional from 1981 to 1987. He became a Class A PGA member in 1987. After four years teaching golf in California he joined Columbia Super Range in 1992. Kevin owns and operates Class A Golf.

Val Patrick - PGA Professional

Val Patrick

LPGA Professional

Val grew up playing junior golf in Michigan before heading off to Miami to attend college. After college, she turned professional competing on mini-tours. While playing she realized her real passion was teaching this great game. Val has lived in the Seattle area for the past 30 years and is a member of the Teaching and Club Professional division of the LPGA.