Robert Sedlak, PGA
Bob is a native of the Baltimore area, and moved with his family in 2008 to assume the Head Professional position at Glen Oak Country Club. He is a graduate of IUP, and has been a professional since 2001 and a PGA member since 2007. His wife, Beth, and he have three daughters.
Beth was raised in the world of golf, daughter and brother to PGA Master Professionals. She has worked in various capacities in the golf business for the better part of 30 years. Beth runs the ladies instructional programs and is available by appointment.
Equipment is usually priced at the manufacturer’s minimum, advertised price, which is generally the same or less than it will sell for at other pro shops or off-course locations. All clothing is priced at a 25% percent discount from normal retail price. Many items will be marked at a higher discount from retail. Special orders are gladly taken.
Gino was born and raised in the Sugarloaf Valley near Hazleton, Pennsylvania. He began his career in the golf course industry at the age of 12 and has worked at many clubs throughout the northeast in the past 28 years. He graduated from Penn State University in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in Turfgrass Science. In 2005, Gino accepted the Glen Oak Country Club first assistants’ position and assumed the Superintendent responsibilities in 2008. He is a 16-year class member of the GCSAA, class A for 12 years, a GCSAA Grass Roots Ambassador and a 14-year member and past president of the Pocono Turfgrass Association. Gino now resides in Waverly Township with his wife and 2 children.
Private lessons and clinics are available through all of the professionals on staff. Rates and packages vary according to the instructor. We are happy to tailor a lesson, package or clinic to your needs! In addition to the junior clinics, Glen Oak offers a ladies beginner clinic starting in May and running through September.
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The golf staff has been instructed to strictly enforce the dress code at Glen Oak. The dress code applies to both the golf course and all practice areas. Broaching the subject can be embarrassing for both the staff and the member, so compliance is greatly appreciated.
Men must wear a collared shirt or mock turtleneck, and slacks or shorts that fall near knee level. Shirts must be tucked in at all times. Denim is prohibited, regardless of color. Cargo shorts, while not prohibited are discouraged.
Ladies may wear slacks, culottes, shorts, skorts, or skirts of an appropriate and tasteful length. Denim, tennis shorts, sweat suits, cut offs, and other inappropriate clothing is prohibited. Specific questions regarding the dress code should be addressed to the golf professional staff.