SOUTHERN TRACE COUNTRY CLUB WELCOMES NEW GENERAL MANAGER
Shreveport, Louisiana (September 22, 2020) – Southern Trace Country Club in Shreveport, Louisiana recently welcomed Jeffrey Sacchet as the club’s new general manager. Sacchet will oversee all elements of the club including golf operations, agronomy, food & beverage and sales/marketing.
Sacchet is a 30-year veteran of the hospitality and private club industries. He brings extensive experience in both food and beverage operations and member service excellence having served at hotels and private clubs throughout his career. Originally from the Bronx, New York, Sacchet spent the last 14 years working at clubs in Florida, including The Club at Hammock Beach in Palm Coast where he served as director of food and beverage; BallenIsles Country Club in Palm Beach Gardens where he was the director of clubhouse operations; and Eastpointe Country Club in Palm Beach Gardens where he was the general manager. A graduate of Fordham University, Sacchet has relocated to Shreveport with his wife, Nancy, and their 16-year-old daughter.
“Jeffrey is well experienced in leading both golf and F&B operations,” said Southern Trace Country Club Board President Steve Skrivanos. “The Board was impressed by Jeffrey’s management style of developing and coaching his staff and his focus on building a strong team with emphasis on what he identified as his four principles of professionalism, poise, passion, and a servant’s heart in anyone that works with him. We are thrilled to have him leading Southern Trace County Club.”
Established in 1988, Southern Trace Country Club features a beautiful Arthur Hills-designed golf course that plays through open meadows and a dense oak forest. The 7,015-yard golf course has appeared atop Golf Digest’s ranking of top courses in Louisiana several times and has a proud history of hosting high-level professional and amateur tournaments, including the WEB.Com Tour’s Southern Open from 1990-2002, multiple state amateur championships and the AJGA David Toms Junior Invitational. In addition to an award-winning golf course, Southern Trace members also enjoy a host of club amenities, including eight tennis courts, a resort-style swimming pool complex and a fully equipped fitness center. Arthur’s Bar and Grill overlooks the first hole, has two outdoor patios to dine al fresco and multiple televisions.
Troon Privé, the private club operating division of Troon®, manages golf, club and food & beverage operations as well golf course agronomy and membership marketing at Southern Trace Country Club.
For more information on Southern Trace Country Club, visit www.SouthernTraceCC.com or call (318) 798-8300
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