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Mount Washington Resort welcomes new golf course supt.

David Ousterhout brings 11 years of experience to the post

from left to right:† Matt Massei, Mount Washington Resortís General Manager, David Ousterhout, new Golf Course Superintendent, and Michael Carroll, Director of Golf Club & Operations. Mount Washington Resort Photo. (click for larger version)
May 29, 2009
BRETTON WOODS — Mount Washington Resort, located in Bretton Woods has hired David Ousterhout as the Resort's new Golf Course Superintendent.†

Ousterhout obtained his bachelor of science in agronomy, with an emphasis in golf and sports turfgrass management, at Mississippi State University before beginning his career in the golf industry.†He brings 11 years of experience as assistant golf course superintendent at three exclusive private country clubs in southeastern New England, including, most recently, working as Assistant Golf Course Superintendent at the Country Club of New Bedford, Mass., for the past five years.†

Ousterhout's strong agronomic, landscape construction and horticultural background combine with his significant experience in the renovation of two other vintage Donald Ross-designed golf courses to create an ideal match for Mount Washington Resort, which is soon to open the Donald Ross-designed 18-hole Mount Washington Course for its first full season of play following a complete restoration by course architect Brian Silva.

Mount Washington Resort General Manager Matt Massei, who spent 15 years managing golf operations at Pinehurst, N.C., before joining Mount Washington Resort, has been working closely with Michael Carroll, Director of Golf & Club Operations, and Ousterhout in preparing for the golf season opening.† †

"David has really hit the ground running after the long winter," said Massei. "We are very pleased that we were able to find someone with David's background and experience as we continue to raise the level of golf at Mount Washington Resort. It's great to have him on board."

Ousterhout has relocated to Bartlett with his wife, Krystal, and two dogs.†His family has owned a vacation home in Bartlett for over 20 years, and the move brings him to what he calls, "the best of both worlds." An avid outdoorsman, Ousterhout enjoys golf and being outdoors all summer just as much as skiing, snowboarding and all the outdoor activities that come with the snow.† In fact, he took his first ski lesson at Bretton Woods many years ago.

The 18-hole Mount Washington Course, recently rated New Hampshire's No. 1 public golf course by Golfweek, opened on Memorial Day, May 25, along with the nine-hole Mount Pleasant Course.†

For more information about Mount Washington Resort, call 877-873-0626 or visit www.MountWashington Resort.com.

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