Instruction Opportunities — at Rossmoor
- Private Lessons
- Semi-private Lessons: for 2-3 persons
- Group Lessons: for 4-11 persons
- Lessons for all ages: From Beginners to Accomplished. Lessons for Juniors as well.
- Short Game Clinics: Statistically 70% of the strokes of any game are done within 100 yds of the Green. This Clinic specializes in the end game. In addition, seniors unable to use a full swing in their game, can easily improve their use of partial and on the green strokes.
- Nine Hole Playing Lessons: concentrates on the short game and includes ways to approach different situations.
- Women’s Clinics: especially designed for women at all playing levels.
For instruction opportunities, times and dates, call the Pro-Shop at: (609) 655-3182 FAX (609) 655-3992
Professional Golf Staff
Ray Bridy, Golf Professional at Rossmoor
A graduate of Montclair University, Ray has been a golf professional since 1990. Ray grew into the business at age 15, caddying at Raritan Valley CC and eventually moving into the pro shop during high school and college. Ray began his professional career at the Applegarth Golf Range where he spent 4 years sharpening his teaching skills. In 1995, Ray went on to spend 6 years at Forsgate CC and then moved on to his first Head Professional position, spending 15 years at Concordia Golf Club starting in 2001. Ray has been with Rossmoor Golf Course since December 2017.
Ray enjoys playing competitively in local NJPGA tournaments as well as playing with the general membership. Teaching and watching students improve their game is the most rewarding aspect of the business. I look forward to meeting you either on the range, course or if you are just stopping by the pro shop to take a tour of the golf course.
Tom Tucci, Golf Course Superintendent
Tom Tucci has been at Rossmoor since 1991 when his twin brother, Scott, landed a position for him on the Golf Course at Rossmoor. Three weeks later, Scott left Rossmoor to work at Metedeconk National Golf Club in Jackson, NJ.
Tom graduated the Rutgers Professional Golf Turf Management School with High Honors in 1994. With a promotion from David Lerner of Castle Golf Management, he took over the daily operation of Rossmoor Community Golf Club in 1995.
Tom originally worked for Guardian Development, the second developer of Rossmoor Community, then a succession for two management companies, before being hired directly by Rossmoor Community Association Inc., in 2004.
A member of both Golf Course Superintendents Association of America and Golf Course Superintendents Association of New Jersey, he continues to keep up on the latest developments and trends in the Golf Industry by attending local and national seminars and conventions.