Meet the Alta Sierra Country Club Teaching Professionals.
Brian Glosser, PGA (Head Golf Professional)
Growing up in Northern California, Brian Glosser has been around golf his entire life, spending numerous summers playing golf and attending junior camps at Orinda Country Club where his grandparents were members most of his childhood. Brian began playing amateur golf tournaments after college with success and quickly realized he wanted to become a PGA Golf Professional and make the golf business and golf instruction his lifelong career. He has worked under highly-respected teaching pros Mike Bender, Keith Lyford and Phil Green, all recognized as national “Top 100 Teachers”. Learning from these experienced teachers, as well as adding his own creativity, has allowed Brian to become one of Northern California’s top PGA Teaching Professionals. Today, Brian continues to compete in professional tournaments through the Northern California Professional Golfer of America (NCPGA) with great success. This allows Brian to keep his game in shape for personal and professional purposes. He is a big believer that an instructor must be able to proficiently execute what they teach their students. His commitment to playing golf competitively, accomplishes just that. Brian’s professional career consist of making the NCPGA Cup team in 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. Qualified for and played in the 2016 PGA National Championship at Turning Stone Resort in Verona, New York as well as winning the 2017 Senior-Junior Match Play Championship. Brian comes to us from Berkeley Country Club in El Cerrito, CA where he was the 1st Assistant Golf Professional/ Director of Instruction. Brian has held positions as Director of Instruction at Callippe Preserve GC, 1st Assistant Golf Professional with Round Hill Country Club, and 1st Assistant Golf Professional/ Tournament Coordinator with Winchester Country Club to name a few. To schedule an appointment with Brian please call or e-mail.
Phil Green, PGA (Director of Instruction)
Nick Fowler (Associate Professional)