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Mark Condon is a professional club manager with more than three decades of experience in Colorado’s sport, hospitality and private-club sectors. He has served at the helm of some of the state’s prestigious, member-owned clubs; was elected by his peers to serve as president of the Colorado Club Managers Association; and is the recipient of business awards from the West Chamber and Golden Chamber of Commerce.
After earning his Master’s degree in Sports administration and Sports Science from the University of Denver, Mark rose through the club-management ranks. The clubs he has managed have earned many accolades, including Avid Golfer Magazine’s “CAGGY” Award for Best Club Experience in Colorado and the status of Platinum Club of America.
Creating and executing on strategic plans, enhancing member services and overseeing facility renovations are among the professional challenges Mark most enjoys — which is why he’s an especially good fit for The Ranch Country Club.
Mark and his wife, Kelley, who owns an optometric practice in Golden, have two adult children.
Andrea “Andee” Reidle
Andee has helped stage successful business-entertainment and charitable-fundraising events around the world. She is uniquely adept at creating special events to support professional goals. Before arriving at The Ranch Country Club, she served as a business manager at Sierra Partners, an investment-banking and financial-advisory services firm, and at New World Advisors, a real estate advisory firm.
She also worked for Newmont Mining Corp., the world’s largest gold producer, where she organized international corporate events, senior-management meetings and retreats. Andee also enjoys applying her creativity and business-savvy to philanthropic initiatives. She has organized and managed many fundraisers, including fitness challenge, golf tournaments, galas and wine tastings to support nonprofit organizations.
She has chaired extensive and sizable United Way campaigns that raised more than $10,000 per donor. She also managed Newmont’s philanthropic program, which has supported causes throughout metro Denver. Andee has a degree in Event Management from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and degrees in Business Administration and Accounting from Parks College in Denver. Her hobbies include triathlon, fitness and volunteering her time to youth sport organizations.
PGA Certified Master Professional
Ed is a PGA Certified Master Professional in Golf Instruction and a two-time Colorado PGA Teacher of the Year.
His passion is teaching the game. Ed’s students have won nine Colorado Amateur Player of the Year awards in the last eight years. More than 50 of his students have earned college scholarships, and he has coached two players into the top 100 of the World Amateur Golf Rankings.
Ed enhances his expert instruction with advanced technology, such as the Flightscope Launch Monitor; a Boditrak pressure mat; and the FocusBand, a wearable brain-training device that helps with pre-swing processes, learning and the mental game.
Ed’s Teaching Philosophy
Playing better golf means shooting lower scores. Ed will work with you to develop a plan to help you do just that — and enjoy the game more. He believes in coaching the individual. No two golfers are alike. There is not one perfect swing that will work for everyone. Each person’s swing has been influenced by many things, including body type, flexibility, beliefs and the environment and conditions where they play or learned to play.
The Hall of Fame is full of swings that are unique. Through goal setting, practice planning, and overall game analysis, Ed can work with you to create an organized and logical approach to your improvement. The priorities are ball control with the full swing and short game, self-control in the mental game and good course management and decision-making. Ed’s approach to learning golf is based on effective motor skill learning and performance.
Director of Tennis
Miikka, a USPTA P-1 professional, is one of Colorado’s top Open players. He finished No. 3 in the Men’s Open Singles in Colorado in 2013, was named High School Coach of the Year for the Northern Conference 2005-11, and in 2004 was named USPTA Intermountain Open player of the year. While playing for Azusa Pacific University, he received All-American honors.
Miikka has taught tennis for more than two decades and especially enjoys coaching young players. Before moving to the United States from his native Finland, he worked in the Finnish National Sports Institute, where he coached many top-ranked Finnish juniors. In Colorado, Miikka’s coaching has helped several nationally ranked junior players receive college scholarships to play at top universities. He sums up his teaching philosophy with what he calls the 3 Es: Entertainment, Exercise and Education.
Miikka’s languages also include German, Swedish and Finnish — and he welcomes opportunities to teach in them.
When he’s not on the courts, Miikka loves spending time with his family — and watching hockey. He’s an avid fan of that sport, too.