MERRY HILL, NC (August 12, 2013) – Scotch Hall Preserve has announced that Daniel Sumerel has been promoted to Director of Golf at the 900-acre golf and marina community overlooking the Albemarle Sound.
The 28-year old Sumerel initially joined the Scotch Hall Preserve staff in 2010 as the assistant golf professional, and earned a promotion to head golf professional in 2011.
A native of Four Oaks, NC in Johnston County, Sumerel has worked in the golf industry since he was 15 years old, starting at Reedy Creek Golf Club in Four Oaks and as an intern at TPC Wakefield Plantation in North Raleigh in 2004. He is currently working on attaining his Class A PGA certification.
He studied Business Management with a concentration in marketing at NC State University before joining Scotch Hall Preserve.
Scotch Hall Preserve features an acclaimed Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course
recently named as one of North Carolina’s most scenic courses. It was also selected by Golf Digest magazine as one of the country’s Top 10 Best New Courses in 2009 and featured in a recent issue of Kingdom magazine
, published by Arnold Palmer Design, one of the world’s premier golf design companies.
For more information on Scotch Hall Preserve, please call the sales office at 252-482-5300 or visit online at www.ScotchHallPreserve.com
ABOUT SCOTCH HALL PRESERVE
Located on North Carolina’s beautiful Albemarle Sound, Scotch Hall Preserve (www.ScotchHallPreserve.com) is a resort style gated community featuring an acclaimed Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course—recently named as one of the state’s Most Scenic Courses—along with an expansive swim pavilion and marina ultimately permitted for 107 slips. Home sites on the Sound, on the golf course and in park-like settings start under $100,000. The Legacy Cottage Collection, a limited edition of beautifully crafted, fully furnished ready-to-live vacation cottages, is now available from the $200,000’s.
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