Columbus, Ohio (January 16, 2020) – Columbus Country Club’s Director of Instruction Chase Wilson has been recognized by Golf Digest as one Ohio’s best golf instructors. Every two years Golf Digest honors the “The Best Teachers in America” in their December/January issue. In 2019/2020, a total of 651 golf instructors were honored by Golf Digest as “Best in State,” including 17 in Ohio. Instructors are ranked by their peers with results tabulated by Golf Digest.
Wilson, winner of the 2017 Ohio Open, has been the director of instruction at Columbus Country Club since 2018. An accomplished amateur golfer dating back to his days at Zanesville High School in Zanesville, Ohio, Wilson qualified for the 2020 PGA Professional Championship by virtue of placing third in the 2019 Ohio PGA Section Championship. The PGA Professional Championship will be played at Omni Barton Creek in Austin, Texas in April.
“Chase is an outstanding instructor and communicator,” said Ryan Coll, director of golf, Columbus Country Club. “His ability to convey golf instruction in simple, easy to digest terms has helped many members improve their golf games. This recognition by Golf Digest is well deserved.”
At Columbus Country Club, Wilson leads the historic club’s numerous golf instruction programs, including junior golf academies and leagues, as well as private lessons for members and guests of all ages and skill levels.
Managed by Troon Privé, the private club operating division of Troon, Columbus Country Club boasts an 18-hole championship golf course, a nine-hole executive course, along with eight tennis courts, a large swimming pool, spacious clubhouse and a diverse entertainment calendar.
For more information on Columbus Country Club, visit www.columbuscc.com or call 614-861-0800.