Our credentials are impeccable as is our reputation for implementing world-class events.
Eric ReddPresident and PGA Professional
Eric has been in the golf event-planning business for over 20 years. After attending Portland State University, he attempted to qualify for the PGA Tour while serving as assistant golf professional at Ironwood Country Club and Mission Hills Country Club in Southern California. He has been a PGA member since 1990.
Today, as President and founder of Redd Golf, Eric appreciates the diversity of his clients and takes pride in developing one-of-a-kind programs designed to suit their individual needs and demands.
“We are continually reinventing the process, making our events fresh and even more exciting. We are the leaders in the industry, and when it comes to our clients, we take everything personally.”
Teresa BrownOffice Manager and Assistant to Eric Redd
Teresa brings over I5 years of accounting, human resource and customer service experience to Redd Golf. Prior to moving to Palm Desert, California in 2002, Teresa managed a 40-person certified public accounting firm in Irvine, California. In addition to her signiﬁcant accounting, cash management and human resource responsibilities, she was also the ofﬁce “concierge.”
Personal assistance and the highest level of integrity are always Teresa’s focus. She is highly organized, efﬁcient and extremely accurate. She works closely with clients from planning to completion to ensure absolute satisfaction.
“I believe in order to succeed in life, you must love what you do. I enjoy taking care of people on every level – whether it‘s program planning, budget and cost analysis, flight manifests or just knowing the best restaurant in town – whatever needs to be done. I can handle every detail.”
Michael KissingerGolf Professional
Michael grew up in Albany, New York and attended Methodist College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Management. After college, he worked as Operations Manager and Assistant PGA Golf Professional at the Broadmoor Resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado. While maintaining five-star, ﬁve-diamond standards, he managed a staff of over forty employees, three golf courses, 400 corporate events, and over 60,000 rounds annually.
In 2003, Michael became the Lead Golf Professional of the Sumo Golf Village and opened its new Gary Player Signature Course. He created “Gary Player Day,” the largest event the city of Florence, Colorado had ever seen, attracting hundreds to the new facility.
“Through my ﬁfteen years of worldwide experience and knowledge in the golf industry, I have learned to anticipate the needs of customers by creating value, reliability and consistency. I have the privilege of coordinating and managing clients’ golf events at the ﬁnest facilities in the world. Eric creates memories – from Pebble Beach to St. Andrews – by designing golf events that build lasting relationships.”