Most recently with Arrowhead Country Club, he has 21 years of club management experience with Eagle Golf and ClubCorp.
The Country Club of Landfall (CCL), Wilmington, N.C. has named Steve Salzman as its new General Manager. A native of Houston, Texas, Salzman comes from Arrowhead Country Club in Glendale, Ariz., where he was General Manager while simultaneously serving as Regional Manager for five other properties managed by Eagle Golf.
Salzman received his Club Manager Certification from ClubCorp in 1995 and from Eagle Golf in 2009. He comes to CCL with extensive experience in tournament and event management, membership and marketing strategies, and capital and strategic planning, as well as usage- enhancing, value-added programming. In his career, Salzman has had the opportunity to work with course designers Tom Fazio and Jack Nicklaus and also manage clubs that have served as the host locations for Nationwide and Champions Tour Events, while also working closely with PGA Tour Events.
“I am honored to have been selected to lead the Country Club of Landfall forward from its already impressive position,” Salzman said. “I have numerous thoughts and expectations of what I can bring to the position and look forward to working with the fantastic team of department heads and staff to bring some of those thoughts to fruition.”
Salzman holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Texas Tech University in Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management. Salzman will be joined by his wife Amanda upon her completion of her Master’s Program at Northern Arizona University for Educational Administration.
The Country Club of Landfall is a private, member-owned club with two luxury clubhouses that offer of 45 holes of championship golf, 27 designed by Jack Nicklaus and 18 crafted by Pete Dye. CCL also has 13 lighted tennis courts, an Olympic-size swimming pool and a state-of-the-art fitness center at the Cliff Drysdale Sports Center. Memberships to the Country Club of Landfall are available to not only Landfall property owners but also to residents from Wilmington and beyond, by application.