Longtime Golfing Friend
Rich Greenwood grew up in Encino, a suburb of Los Angeles and first learned to play the game at El Caballero Country Club. He attended UCLA from 1984 to 1989.
During his career at UCLA, Rich won many events individually such as: the '85 and '88 Costa Mesa City Championships, '87 UCLA/ Bill Bryant Invitational at Industry Hills GC, '87 Western Intercollegiate Championship hosted by San Jose State at Pasatiempo GC, and the '88 Pasadena City Championship. He also received 2nd Team ALL PAC 10 honors in 1987. Rich was the captain of UCLA Men's Golf team in 1989, which was hisPlayer Name: First | Last
The highlight of his collegiate career was being one of the five players on the winning NCAA National Championship Team in 1988 at North Ranch Country Club, the first Men's NCAA Team title brought home by the UCLA Bruins.
Rich turned pro in 1989 after graduation. He spent the next five years with some success playing in Southeast Asia, Canada and at a Ben Hogan event. Rich won the Northern California Open at Chardonnay Golf Club in 1990 and finished 10th in the 1997 Compaq World Putting Championship hosted by Dave Pelz. From 1995 to 2010, he has taught golf at El Caballero Country Club, Brentwood Country Club and currently is Manager/Director of Golf at Tour Golf.
Rich still remains competitive in the Southern California PGA Section. He currently is a member of the PGA.
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