The Green Team

The Green Team


George Kelley is the visionary behind Greenway Golf and is responsible for business development, facility assessments and strategic planning. George is a fifth generation descendant of a California Pioneer family whose current business interests include farming, a dairy operation, cattle and real estate development.

George graduated from the University of Colorado. After competing on the golf team there he traveled the world as a touring professional. At the completion of his golf career, Kelley became a real estate broker specializing in golf related ventures. In 1995 he developed and co-designed the highly-acclaimed Stevinson Ranch Golf Course on family owned land in the Central Valley of California. Stevinson Ranch was loved by players — it won Golf World’s Readers Choice Award for America’s Best Conditioned Public Course and #5 Overall Public Facility.

George is a past president of the California Golf Course Owners Association, the state chapter of the NGCOA.

Marc Logan, Greenway’s turf scientist, oversees the turf management at all Greenway properties. An Aussie native, Marc has developed a reputation as one of the world’s leading agronomists. He’s also the creator of the proprietary Greenway Golf Turf Management Program, which is used with great results at some of the finest golf courses in the world.

Marc mentored at the famed Royal Melbourne Golf Club, has two masters degrees, one in Horticulture (turf) from Curtin University, Western Australia, and one in Botany from Cambridge, Australia. He was the Superintendent at Mt. Lawley Golf Club in Perth from 1987-1999. During that time he began his consulting career. To date he has consulted with over 100 golf courses worldwide in every conceivable climatic condition. Time and time again, his methodologies have dispelled the common notion that bent grass greens can not be effectively managed in cool climates. Noted golf course architect Rees Jones has called Marc “The best agronomist in America today.”



As Director of Agronomy, Patrick oversees golf course maintenance programs at Greenway-managed properties in the US as well as leading new development opportunities in Ireland and Europe. Prior to joining Greenway, Patrick served as the Superintendent at the Pasadera Country Club in Monterey, California, a premier Jack Nicklaus designed golf course. Patrick’s prior experiences include Eagle Ridge GC in Gilroy, CA and several other top courses in Portland, OR region.

Patrick is a native of Northern Ireland and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in sports studies from the University of Ulster and a bachelor of science in horticulture, turf & landscaping from Oregon State University.


Jason Cook


Jason has a degree in agronomics from the University of Massachusetts and more than 17 years of experience at high-end resort, private and all levels of public golf facilities. Jason’s well-rounded background and irrigation experience fulfills a key niche for Greenway Golf’s clientele with a concentration in one of the most volatile and influential components in golf course management.

Jason’s project work includes facilities in the Northeast, Midwest, Southeast, Rocky Mountain, and Southwest including: Rio Verde CC (AZ); Samoset Resort (ME); Silver Spring CC (WI); Glenmoor CC (CO); The Golf Club at Ravenna (CO); Waldorf Astoria GC (FL); and Arrowhead CC (CA).