TULSA, Okla. – The Golf Club of Oklahoma has named Greg Bray as head golf professional. He is currently general manager and head golf professional at Terradyne Country Club in Andover, Kansas, outside of Wichita.
Bray, a native Oklahoman and graduate of the University of Oklahoma, is considered one of the premier golf professionals in the region, according to General Manager Tim Johnson.
“Greg has all the qualities you would want if you were designing the ideal club professional,” Johnson said. “He runs a first-class operation, is a great merchandiser, tournament administrator and elite player, as well as a great instructor to players of all skill levels.”
Bray started his career working for PGA Professional Pat McCrate at LaFortune Park in Tulsa. He then served as assistant professional working at Wichita Country Club, working under Cary Cozby, a former PGA Professional of the Year and current director of golf at Southern Hills.
“Greg has trained under and worked with the best in the business,” Johnson said. “He’s a teacher and mentor of the business to those who are fortunate enough to work with him. Most importantly, he is a man with impeccable integrity and character, and the consummate professional. “
Bray replaces Kirt Mowery as head professional.
Bray received the 2017 Bill Strausbaugh Award, given to the PGA member who has made significant contributions through mentoring, and displaying the character of a PGA professional. In 2016 he received the Patriot Award, given to the professional who personifies patriotism through golf. He also was named 2016 Golf Professional of the Year for the South Central PGA Section. Bray is an accomplished player who consistently ranks as one of the top players in the South Central Section.
The Golf Club of Oklahoma has undergone major renovations over the last two years, including clubhouse and cottage renovations, and significant renovations to the course, overseen by its owner, Golf Club, LLC, and the original designer from Fazio Design.