Gregg Meyer, PGA
Director of Golf
Growing up in Bath, PA Gregg attended Northampton Area High School where he played 4 years of golf. Throughout Gregg's career, he has won back to back District XI Titles, 2 East Penn Conference Titles, the State American Legion Junior Championship, and participated in the Pennsylvania State Championship 3 times. Gregg was also named Easton Express-Times Player of the Year both his junior and senior year of high school.
 
Upon graduating high school, Gregg continued his education and golf career at Jacksonville State University where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management. While at Jacksonville he played 4 years of Division I golf and was a key member of the 1996 TAAC Conference Championship team. 
 
Upon graduating college in 1999, Gregg first pursued a playing career for 5 years.  He played on various tours throughout the United States. During that time he played in 2 PGA Tour events as well as competing 3 years on the NGA Hooters tour.  Over Gregg's 5 year playing career, he had the chance to compete on a weekly basis with current PGA Tour players such as Zack Johnson, Bubba Watson, Sean O’Hair, Josh Teater and Vaughn Taylor to name a few. 
 
Early in his career Gregg had the chance to work at Lake Nona Country Club and Falcons Fire Golf Club in Orlando, Florida.  It wasn’t until 2005 that he decided to focus on a career in the golf industry. Gregg accepted a job as an assistant professional at Riverview Country Club where he spent 4 years working in the summers and then during the winter months he spent 2 years in Arizona and 3 years in Florida where he was a Certified Head Instructor for John Jacobs Golf Schools and Advantage Golf Schools.   In 2009, Gregg became the Head Professional at Woodstone Country Club. He still continues to keep his game sharp and enjoys playing in local Pocono Pro-ams and Philadelphia Section PGA events. In 2009, Gregg qualified and competed in the PGA National Club Professional Championship in New Mexico. Gregg spent 2018 as the Head Professional at Morgan Hill Golf Club, before returning to Woodstone Country Club in 2019 as the Director of Golf.  
 
Since attaining his “Class A”, PGA Membership in 2007, he has continued to grow as a professional through his colleges and educational courses.  In 2018 Gregg completed his continued education and accived PGA certification status. In 2019, he was inducted into the Lehigh Valley Golf Hall of Fame class. Over his career he has had the chance to work and play with some of the top players, instructors and club professionals in the industry.  Although these previous experiences have left him with solid tangible skills, his greatest asset is the appreciation he has for the game of golf. On a daily basis, Gregg interacts with members and guests to ensure an exceptional golf experience. 

Ray Silnik, PGA
Head Golf Professional
Ray has over 40 years of experience in the golf industry and has spent 30 years at Silver Creek Country Club in Hellertown and the last 5 years at Blue Shamrock Golf Club. Growing up in Allentown, Ray graduated from Salisbury High School and earned his BS in Business Management from California University of Pennsylvania where he was a four year starter on the golf team and earned Division II All American Honors his senior year. Ray captured the Lehigh Valley Amateur Championship in fall of 1983 and turned pro immediately following.  He was elected to California University (PA) Hall of fame in 2005 and elected to the Lehigh Valley Golf Hall of fame in 2009. Ray has been at Woodstone for over a year and offers a variety of golf lessons and clinics here at the club. He is also a certified U.S. Kids Golf Instructor. Outside of work Ray enjoys traveling to new places and spending time with his daughter Stacy who is currently livng in Princeton, NJ. 
Cole Young
Golf Professional

Cole was born and raised in Nazareth, Pennsylvania and graduated high school from Nazareth High School in 2013. While in high school, Cole played on the Varsity Golf team for 3 years. Throughout his youth, Cole played many sports but did not start golfing until the summer before his freshman year in high school. Once he began playing, Cole was hooked instantly and knew he had to continue advancing in his golf career. Cole knew that the next step for him was to work at a golf course so that he could work on improving his game. Southmoore became his new home away from home for the next 6 years. While this fantastic opportunity allowed him to work and improve his game, Cole also found himself falling in love with the golf business as well. Ever since then, Cole has been working at Woodstone for the past two and a half years. Outside of golf Cole enjoys playing guitar and listening to music, he also has a deep interest in astronomy and theology. Cole loves working with our members and is continuing to progress in his golf career.