Golf Course Superintendent, C.G.S.A
Mike Maclellan - Golf Course Superintendent, C.G.S.A
I have been playing golf at the course since 1973 at 12 years old. Became a student employee in 1980 and after receiving my Honors degree in history at ST.F.X.U in 1984 fell in love with the Golf industry and gradually over 3-4 years decided to make it a career becoming Superintendent in 1990 when we expanded to 18 holes.
Looking back we have come so far from a little nine hole course to an 18 hole championship layout.
Kim Bobko - Business Manager
Kim is originally from Antigonish, Nova Scotia. She moved to Banff, Alberta in 1990 and spent 14 years in the financial services and hospitality services industries throughout Alberta and British Columbia. During this time she got hooked on the golf community. After returning home, Kim wanted to combine her client service, management and administration skills to find employment in the golf industry. In the spring of 2004, she embraced the opportunity to work at Fiddler’s Green Golf Course and later joined the Antigonish Golf and Country Club in 2012.
As Kim moves into her 12th season at the Antigonish Golf and Country Club, she looks forward to enhancing member and guest experiences.