PGA National Members Club names Broderick club manager

PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., and ClubLife Management have promoted Jane Broderick to the role of club manager of PGA National Members Club, the premier private country club at PGA National Resort and Spa. Home of the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic, PGA National offers five PGA championship golf courses, and full country club privileges in a luxury resort setting.

Broderick, who began her career at PGA National Resort and Spa in outside operations in 1986, has served as director of golf for the past 12 years where she oversaw a staff of 125. Prior to that, Broderick served as head golf professional for 15 years. Her roles at PGA National Resort and Spa also have included managing the resort’s award-winning golf shop, tournament coordinator and director of tournament operations. 

In 2011, Broderick was named the golf industry’s first dual member to earn the titles of both PGA and LPGA Master Professional. 

“We’re thrilled to announce the promotion of Jane Broderick to Club Manager,” said Seth Churi, senior vice president, operations at ClubLife Management. “She has been an integral component of the club’s success for over 30 years, and her commitment to delivering a world-class membership experience for PGA National is second to none. We’re looking forward to the next chapter at the club with Jane at the helm.” 

ClubLife Management — a full-service management group dedicated to private clubs, premier resort and select daily fee golf courses — took over management of PGA National Members Club as well as golf operations for the five golf courses earlier this year.

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