New Golf Pros in Town

by Mar 7, 2022South Brunswick, Sports

Lockwood Folly Country Club welcomes golf professionals Dean Halterman and Nicholas DiPasquale to its staff.

Lockwood Folly Country Club (LFCC) is pleased to announce that Dean Halterman and Nicholas DiPasquale have joined the staff as PGA Head Professional and Assistant Golf Professional/PGA Associate, respectively. The men bring a wealth of experience and diversity of skills to Lockwood Folly.

Halterman comes to LFCC with more than 15 years experience, most recently as Senior Assistant Golf Professional at Bidermann Golf Club, a prestigious private club in Wilmington, Delaware. Prior to that he was the Lead Assistant Golf Professional at Belfair in Bluffton, South Carolina. He is a PGA Class “A” member, having completed the Professional Golf Management program and elected to membership in 2014. He is also a Titleist Performance Institute Level 2 Golf Instructor.

Halterman was a member of the Coastal Carolina University Golf Team, then a member of the golf team at the University of Louisville, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration. He is a former NGA Hooters Professional Golf Tour Member.

Dean Halterman Lockwood Folly Golf Pro

DiPasquale comes to LFCC from the Weymouth Club in Medina, Ohio, where he served as an Assistant Golf Professional/PGA Associate. Prior to that he worked at the Streamsong Resort in Bowling Green, Florida. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sports Management from Baldwin Wallace University.

Nick DiPasquale Lockwood Folly Golf Pro

“We are pleased to have Dean and Nick join our staff,” says George Kelley, president of LFCC. “They bring a level of professionalism and skills to make Lockwood Folly Country Club a premier golf destination for visitors and locals, and one that members can take pride in.”

LFCC is a member-owned, 18-hole, Willard Byrd–designed course offering stunning views and is open to the public. Located just 4 miles from Holden Beach, the 18th green overlooks the confluence of the Lockwood Folly River and the Intracoastal Waterway.