Mystic Creek Golf Club in El Dorado recently welcomed Sandy Davison as the club’s new golf manager.

In his new position, Davison will oversee all golf operations for the 18-hole facility, which Golfweek recently named the best course you can play in Arkansas, and ranked the course No. 38 in its “Top 100 Courses”. that you can play in the United States”. ” ranking.

Davison is a second generation PGA certified golf teacher, player and professional who grew up in the golf industry. He has over 25 years of experience as a PGA golf professional, serving some of the most prestigious clubs in the country, including

Baltusrol Golf Club in New Jersey; Desert Mountain Golf Club, Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club and Paradise Valley Country Club in Arizona; The Carlton Woods Club in Texas; and TPC Sawgrass in Florida.

An accomplished player, Davison played in the US and UK Amateur Championships and finished medaling at the prestigious North & South Amateur in Pinehurst, North Carolina. While attending the University of North Florida, he was a first-team All-American and a member of the 1993 NAIA National Championship golf team. He was later inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame in the University of North Florida.

Davison graduated first in his class in the PGA Professional Golf Education Program and later became one of the PGA’s top 28 golfers.

professionals in the United States to complete all six levels of the PGA Certified Professional program. The Certified Professional program includes a Harvard Mentor Plus program and is equivalent to an advanced university degree.

“We are very pleased to add Sandy Davison to our management team as Director of Golf at Mystic Creek,” said Mystic Creek Golf Club General Manager Cody Lack. “Sandy’s exceptional professional experience and passion for service will be essential in providing our members and guests with a world-class golf experience at our club.”

Originally from Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, Davison grew up in a family of golfers. His father was the chief operating officer and his mother was the merchandising director for the PGA Tour’s TPC network.