Salina Country Club

Our Golf Professionals


       

Randy Syring, PGA

syring@salinacountryclub.com

Class A PGA Golf Professional at the Salina Country Club since 1988.
President of the Midwest Section PGA 1996-97
Board of Directors Midwest Section PGA 1992-2000

Awards 
2004 Midwest PGA Golf Professional of the Year
2002 Midwest PGA Teacher of the Year
1997 Midwest PGA Teacher of the Year
1994 Midwest PGA Clubfitter of the Year
Titleist Top 100 Fitters 2005-2009

Teaching
Golf Digest #1 ranked teacher in the state of Kansas
Golf Magazine’s Best Teachers of the Great Plains 
Current and former pupils include:
PGA Tour and mini tour professionals
Men, Women, and Junior state amateur champions
Numerous men and women division I & II college players
Boys and girls high school state champions
Many adult and junior city champions.

Playing
Played professional tours in Florida and California during the 1980’s.
Ten 1st place finishes while on the Marymount College golf team.

Education
Bachelor of Science, Human Resources Management
Friends University, Wichita, Kansas
           

       

Rob VanDeCreek

proshop@salinacountryclub.com

Rob rejoins the staff after working for Titleist as a technical representative from 2008-2012.  After his college career was completed at Benedictine College in Atchison, Rob became an Assistant here from 2003-2008. He has a B.A. from Benedictine as well as a M.B.A. in Sports Management from Kansas Wesleyan University in 2006. Rob has been in the golf business for over 12 years and is currently working towards his PGA Class A certification.  He enjoys teaching the game of golf and is very involved in the SCC Junior Golf program.  Rob is married to wife Kelley, and they have a daughter named Amelia. In his free time, Rob enjoys auto racing, traveling and spending time with his brand new family.
           
       

Ryan Gausman

Ryan joined the staff at the Salina Country Club in September 2012. He had spent the last two years as part of the bag staff at the club. He is currently working towards his PGA class A certification. Ryan played college golf at Colby Communtiy College for two years before coming to Salina to play at Kansas Wesleyan University the past two years. He realized early on in his college career the passion he had for the game, especially when it came to helping others with their own game. In his spare time, Ryan enjoys reading, learning the guitar, and spending time with family and friends.
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