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Spencer Schaub

General Manager

A hospitality veteran since 1999, Spencer Schaub joined Pronghorn Resort in June 2010. In his role as General Manager, Spencer oversees day-to-day operations, including management of the resorts executive team and more than 200 resort & club employees, as well as the rollout of a multi-million dollar construction program that is well underway. The completion of the Huntington Lodge in fall of 2017 will modernize the 48 key property with the addition of new guestrooms, revamped facilities and meeting space, as well as upgraded food and beverage outlets.

Prior to his current role at Pronghorn, Schaub most recently served as General Manager at Bahia Beach and Golf Resort in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. His tenure overseas began with Troon Golf in Brisbane, Australia, as the Operations Manager. Schaub’s knowledge of working in the golf, hospitality and development industry stems from vast experience at many internationally recognized companies, namely; The Grove Hotel (UK), A Leading Hotel of the World and host to the 2006 American Express World Golf Championships, Leisurecorp – Owner and Developer of Jumeriah Golf Estates (Dubai), hosts to the 2009 Dubai World Championship, Pearl Valley Golf Club (South Africa), host to the South African Open and Turnberry Golf Resort (Scotland), host of the 2009 British Open, plus various Troon Golf managed properties in the USA and Australia.

Through his years of service, Schaub has gained proven leadership expertise in hospitality operations, sales, marketing, mixed use resort development and service culture, making him a valuable asset to Pronghorn. Spencer holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business, Major in Marketing and a Professional Golf Management Option and was awarded the 2003 Troon Golf Associate of the Year and 2006 Troon Golf Excellence Award. (He is also a long suffering Detroit Lions fan).

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