The Utah Section PGA awards committee looks beyond a course’s level of conditioning in naming Superintendents of the Year. These awards recognize superintendents who are “supportive of the total golf operation at their facility,” and that phrase captures Ben Timmons’ work at Jeremy Ranch Golf & Country Club.
Timmons’ approach to his job is “all about relationships and trust,” he said, citing his collaboration with PGA Professional Jake Hanley. Mentioning a “special culture” of Jeremy Ranch staff members, Timmons also said he appreciates “a supportive membership that trusts us to make decisions that are best for the club for the short and long term.”
Jeremy Ranch will host the 117th Utah State Women’s Amateur Championship in August.