Our Belmont Team

 

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President: Mike Stuart

A lifetime Lower Mainland resident, Mike graduated from UBC with both his Commerce and Law degrees and earned his Chartered Accountant’s designation with an international accounting firm in the mid-1980’s. Mike has a keen passion for both golf and tennis and feels fortunate to work with a dedicated and professional management team. When not at the golf course, you will likely find Mike either fishing, boating or making his next travel plans.

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Vice President: Troy Peverley

Troy started at Hazelmere in 1983. He graduated from UBC with a Commerce Degree with a Marketing Major. Troy’s role with the West Coast Golf Group grew with the addition of Belmont Golf Course in 1999 and Swaneset Bay Resort & Country Club in 2006. Troy has been active with the PGA of BC and Canada and serves on the National Golf Course Owners Association BC Advisory Board. In addition to a passion for golf, Troy enjoys all activities with his son Trevor and daughter Nicole.

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General Manager: Frank Fourchalk

Frank has been a part of the West Coast Golf Group team since 1998. In his 20+ years with the company, he has held a number of positions within different departments, familiarizing himself with all aspects of golf course operations. In addition to his duties at the West Coast Golf Group, Frank currently serves on the National Golf Course Owners Association BC Advisory Board.

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Administrator: Dawn Beaton

A long-time resident of Langley City, formerly a resident of South Surrey, Dawn graduated from Earl Marriott Secondary. Dawn enjoys the role of Hockey, Soccer and Softball mom for her three children. When not busy at work Dawn can be found enjoying her time with family and friends. Dawn considers herself fortunate to work within a supportive and understanding management team allowing her a perfect balance with work and family.

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Director of Golf: Katie Hunter

Born and raised in the Lower Mainland, Katie started with West Coast Golf Group in 2008 at Belmont Golf Course. Working in the golf shop and driving the hill cart was the ideal summer job and is where her interest in the golf industry grew. After graduation, she continued at Belmont and is currently the Director of Golf. When not at work, you will likely find Katie outdoors and spending time with family and friends.

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Regional Superintendent: James Muter

Born and raised in the Lower Mainland, James developed a passion for golf from an early age playing junior golf at Quilchena Golf and Country Club.  James received a diploma in Turfgrass Management from Kwantlen College and a Turfgrass certificate from UBC.  After years of experience at Richmond Country Club, James joined the WCGG where he currently oversees Hazelmere, Swaneset and Belmont.  When not out on the golf course James enjoys training and competing in triathlons.

Superintendent: Sean Collins

Sean was born in the Fraser Valley his first love was hockey, both as a player and as a fan of the Canucks. Soon another passion emerged when his grandfather introduced him to golf at the age of 7. Sean started working at the Smithers Golf & Country Club when he was 15. After highschool, he decided to pursue a career in the golf industry. He graduated from Olds College with a diploma in Turfgrass Management in 2012, and followed that up with going back to school for another year, this time studying Golf Course Management. Sean has also previously worked at the Osoyoos Golf Club, as well as working overseas in 2015 for a year in England, at the Stock Brook Manor Golf & Country Club, located outside of London.

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Chef: Lance Connell

Lance is a lifetime BC resident, who attended and graduated from BCVS Chef Training. Since then he has worked in the industry steadily for over 30 years. Since joining the West Coast Golf Group, Lance has enjoyed working at Swaneset, Hazelmere and Belmont. Lance enjoys his golf at all the facilities and his favourite quote is: “Golf is the only game where you yell Fore, shoot six and write down five.”