Jim Kurtzeborn is a Certified Club Manager and PGA Master Professional, one of only 12 in the country to hold both designations. His career in golf began at age 12 as a caddie at Norwood Hills Country Club St. Louis, MO. Most recently, he was Director of Golf at Fiddlesticks Country Club (Fort Myers) and Foxfire Country Club (Naples).
His list of accomplishments include being named the PGA Golf Professional and Teacher of the Year, winning the Bill Strausbaugh and Horton Smith awards, serving as President of the South and Southwest PGA sections, and competing in two National Club Professional Championship.
An avid St. Louis Cardinals fan, Jim met his wife Diane at St. Thomas Aquinas High School where he took her to the Senior Prom. Married for 34 years, they are proud parents of three lovely daughters: Michelle, Kristine and Nicole.
Michelle, a pediatric physical therapist, lives in Celebration, FL with her husband, John Randolph. He is a retinal surgeon at the Center for Retina and Macular Disease in Sebring on Thursdays. They have two children, Claire and Jimmy, who are excited to have their grandparents only an hour away.
Kristine, an engineer, lives in Houston, TX and works as an executive for Exxon Mobil. Her fiancé, Chris Eells, is an IT Consultant for Pricewaterhouse Coopers; they look forward to their wedding in May of 2016.
Nicole, an anesthesiologist, lives in Charlottesville, VA and is the youngest sister. Last month, she married Scott Linton who manages CrossFit of Charlottesville.
Jim and Diane, who love to exercise and cook at home, look forward to enjoying the many outdoor activities on the beautiful lakes in Sebring.