The Wanderers Club in Wellington recently announced the promotion of Jeff Fraim to head golf professional. Fraim joined the golf club in 2012 from a seasonal position at the Sunnybrook Golf Club in Plymouth Meeting, Pa.
Fraim started playing golf at age 13 and has been hooked on the game ever since. He served five years as the head golf professional at Primland Resort in Virginia, and has been employed at some of the country’s most prestigious private clubs, including Yeamans Hall Club, Charleston, S.C.; Edgartown Golf Club, Martha’s Vineyard; and Huntingdon Valley Country Club, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.
An accomplished golf player, he tried his hand at mini tour life in 1999 and 2000, before deciding to continue his club professional career. Now, as a Class “A” Member of the PGA, Fraim’s strengths are providing first-class service to guests, as well as teaching, merchandising and tournament operations.
“Providing unparalleled service to the membership is my primary goal,” said Fraim. “We strive to achieve that goal every day at the club.”
ABOVE: Jeff Fraim