Hollie Storrier, General Manager
Hollie Storrier grew up in Syracuse, New York where she attended college at St. John Fisher in Rochester NY. She graduated in 2011 with a degree in business management. After school, she spent a few years as a marketing coordinator position at Rogues Roost Golf Course, a 36 hole facility located in the Syracuse area. She took a keen interest in the business, coordinating events, marketing and promoting the golf course. That experience gave her a good cross sectional understanding of the business side of golf.
Hollie decided on a change in climate in the fall of 2012 and moved to Spartanburg, South Carolina to be closer to family. She was involved with the local community and coached high school volleyball in her spare time. In the fall of 2016, she was promoted and transferred to become the general manager at Broadmoor Golf Links.
Hollie’s passion for the golf industry has allowed her to excel in a short period of time. She enjoys working in the business and is hoping to take Broadmoor Golf Links to a new level.
Blair Halstead, Event Coordinator
Blair Halstead grew up in Pensacola, Florida where she started her first job in the catering and service industry when she was 15 years old. After graduating from Auburn University in Alabama, she spent a few years as an event coordinator at a premier catering company, Nancy’s Haute Affairs, back in her home town. Blair moved to Asheville, North Carolina in 2013 and started working for Broadmoor Golf Links in April of 2016. She loves being outdoors, spending time with friends, family, and her little boy.
Mike Fridl, Golf Course Superintendent
In 1985, Mike graduated with honors from the Turf Management Program at NC State University. He has over 30 years experience working on and managing fine private and semi-private golf course facilities. Sound turf management principles and hard work are Mike’s cornerstones to attaining the best turf possible at all the golf courses where he has worked. He has been working at Broadmoor Golf Links since the spring of 2010 and continues to keep working his magic to keep the golf course looking beautiful.