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Monte Hanson, PGA​Head Golf Professional
541-322-5770
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Monte grew up in Bozeman, Montana, where he was on his high school's state-championship golf team as well as a 1st Team All-State selection. Monte comes to BGC from Bernardo Heights Country Club in San Diego, where he dedicated 20 years to that fine club. His many accomplishments during that time included an overhaul of the golf shop and a restructuring of the tournament schedule to fit members’ abilities and interests. In 2014, Monte won the San Diego Chapter PGA Match Play championship, and was a captain’s pick for the Century Cup team.  Monte and his wife Jeri have two daughters, Hattie and Harper.​

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Freddie Swing, LPGAAssistant Golf Professional
541-322-5770
freddies@bendgolfclub.com 

Freddie grew up in Southern California and started playing golf when she was about 10 years old. When high school rolled around, she became the first female at her school to participate on the boy’s golf team, as there was no girls team at the time.  Over the years, she has worked on a golf course maintenance crew, participated in the Golf Channel Amateur Tour, become USGA rules certified, officiated tournaments, prepared and run events, served on the board of the Pacific Women’s Golf Association, learned the USGA handicapping system and has been certified as an LPGA golf professional.   In addition, she had coached both boys and girls high school golf.  Her husband is now retired after working as a golf course superintendent for 38 years and they relocated to Bend in 2016.


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    Tam Bronkey, PGADirector of Player Development​
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    tamb@bendgolfclub.com

    Tam grew up in Klamath Falls and was a top junior in Oregon, culminating in his selection to the prestigious Eddie Hogan Cup Team Matches at Riverside Country Club in Portland. Tam then went on to be a three-year varsity golfer at the University of Oregon, turning professional after college. Tam’s career in the golf business began at Awbrey Glen in Bend and was later named head pro at Marbella Country Club in San Juan Capistrano, California, where he coached advanced junior players as well as beginners. In 2007 Tam returned to Oregon as director of instruction at Eagle Crest in Redmond until 2020, when he became BGC’s director of player development.  ​