Meet The Golf Professionals.

Chris de Keratry – P.G.A. Head Golf Professional

Chris is from Amarillo, and has served in various professional roles from Midland to San Antonio to Austin, and now to Georgetown. Chris has trained at the Hank Haney Teaching Center in McKinney with Hank and Tim Cusick, who is now the Director of Instruction at the Four Seasons in Dallas and Golf Digest Top 100 Teacher. Chris and his wife Melissa have 2 daughters, Lindsey and Meredith.

Cole Kenyon – PGA Golf Professional

Cole Kenyon is a native Texan, and began playing golf in high school as a member of the Wimberley Texans High School Golf Team. Cole began his career in golf industry at 15 years old, working at Quicksand Golf Course as a part of the maintenance crew and cart boy throughout high school. Upon graduation, he enrolled in the Professional Golf Management Program at Sam Houston State University. His internships led him to Escondido Golf and Lake Club, Horseshoe Bay ,Texas; Sonnenalp Resort and Golf Club, Vail, Colorado; and Walden on Lake Conroe Golf Course, Montgomery, Texas. Cole remained at Walden on Lake Conroe for 19 months while he finished up his degree. Upon graduation in December 2013 with a Bachelor in Business Administration, Cole moved back to the Hill Country and began working at Cimarron Hills and was elected to PGA Class “A” Membership in January 2014.

Brett Dotson – Staff Golf Professional

Brett Dotson was born and raised in Reno, Nevada. He began playing golf at the age of 10 with his father, and has loved the game ever since. Brett played on the McQueen High School golf team for four years, helping them win a Division Championship in 2001. After graduating with honors from high school, Brett attended the University of Nevada, Reno. Brett is a self-taught golfer, and uses his 20+ years of playing golf to help his students achieve their individual goals. Being self-taught, Brett was forced to learn the very technical skills of the golf swing in an understandable way. He strives to teach his students these same skills, using easy to understand concepts instead of overly complicated and technical explanations. By teaching and explaining these concepts to his students in an understandable way, Brett feels like they are better equipped to transfer the skills learned on the lesson tee to the golf course.