Traditions Golf and Country Club welcomes Stacy Jones as Superintendent of Golf | Characteristics

On March 15, Traditions Golf and Country Club announced the addition of Stacy H. Jones as the golf course’s chief superintendent. A veteran of golf course management since 1993, Jones’ resume includes Georgia country clubs such as White Columns Country Club in Milton, St. Marlo Country Club in Duluth, Governors Towne Club in Acworth and the Club at River Forest in Forsyth.

“Stacy’s wealth of experience at some of Atlanta’s most highly regarded courses will no doubt serve our course, our club and our members extremely well,” said Lee Botts, co-owner of Traditions Golf and Country Club. “As a superintendent for twenty-five years, Stacy considers a golf course her canvas, and we look forward to Traditions being her masterpiece.”

After earning a bachelor’s degree in marketing from West Georgia College, Jones, who has been playing golf since age 10, quickly realized that a desk job wasn’t for him. Seeking a career in the outdoors, he returned to school to earn his associate’s degree in golf course management.

Jones has 25 years of experience working with bentgrass greens.

“Traditions Golf and Country Club has come so far since new ownership took the helm in the summer of 2020, and I wanted to work for a property that took pride in its establishment,” Jones said. “Furthermore, I like that it is a fun course to play due to its overall hilly terrain and the perfect design of the bunker locations. Its greens really grab your attention, and the layout proves that a design of golf course can still be challenging without being loaded with bunkers.

With a handicap of 15, Jones finds the course “fun and challenging”. He is a member of the Georgia Golf Course Association and the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. When he’s not working, Jones spends time with his wife of 25 years and their three boys – usually attending wrestling matches, lacrosse matches or services at Cross Creek Church in their hometown of Milton.

To learn more about Traditions Golf and Country Club, contact Sarah Willoughby, Membership Director, at 706-363-9963 or visit the TGCC website at www.traditionsgcc.com.

Jones has 25 years of experience working with bentgrass greens.

“Traditions Golf and Country Club has come so far since new ownership took the helm in the summer of 2020, and I wanted to work for a property that took pride in its establishment,” Jones said. “Furthermore, I like that it is a fun course to play due to its overall hilly terrain and the perfect design of the bunker locations. Its greens really grab your attention, and the layout proves that a design of golf course can still be challenging without being loaded with bunkers.

With a handicap of 15, Jones finds the course “fun and challenging”. He is a member of the Georgia Golf Course Association and the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. When he’s not working, Jones spends time with his wife of 25 years and their three boys – usually attending wrestling matches, lacrosse matches or services at Cross Creek Church in their hometown of Milton.

To learn more about Traditions Golf and Country Club, contact Sarah Willoughby, Membership Director, at 706-363-9963 or visit the TGCC website at www.traditionsgcc.com.