Montage International has announced the appointment of OD Vincent as senior vice president, golf, club management and recreation. An accomplished golfer with extensive experience in the golf and sports industries, Vincent is responsible for overseeing the operational execution of the company's current golf, club and recreation programs, driving membership sales and retention, as well as guiding the strategic development of future long-term, full-service golf and club management contracts.
Vincent joined Montage International from PGA TOUR, where he held senior and executive director roles for both the PowerShares QQQ Championship and the Northern Trust Open. Before that, Vincent was senior associate athletic director for the University of Washington, where he managed sports, facilities and revenue areas for the department of athletics. Preceding the above, Vincent served as the head men's golf coach for Duke University, UCLA and the University of Washington. Vincent received multiple conference and regional Coach of the Year honors culminating in being named the Golf Coaches Association of America National Coach of the Year.
"We are thrilled to welcome OD to the Montage International family," said Alan J. Fuerstman, founder, chairman and CEO, Montage International. "His expertise in the golf and sports industries in both executive and coaching roles will play a pivotal role in the growth of this division of our company."
Vincent graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Washington, where he led the university's golf team to the Pac-10 championship. After graduating and receiving All-American honors, Vincent became the only American golfer to qualify for the PGA European Tour and competed in the Open Championship at Muirfield. Vincent has been inducted into the Hall of Fame at Palm Springs High School, The University of Washington and the Golf Coaches Association of America.
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