Head Golf Professional
Andrew grew up in rural Lynden, Washington, where he would tag along to the golf course with his dad as a preschooler, eventually becoming the Washington 2A State High School Champion. He went on to play Division I golf and major in Finance at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, where he met his wife Laura.
Andrew worked as an Assistant Golf Professional at Southward Ho Country Club in Bay Shore, NY and Quaker Ridge Golf Club in Scarsdale, NY where he was twice named Assistant Professional of the Year. His playing highlights include five tournament wins in the Metropolitan Section and a tournament record 60 in the Tommy Thomas Pro-Am at Barona Creek Golf Club.
When not at the club or working on his own game, Andrew enjoys rooting on the almost two-time Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks, visiting family on the west coast and exploring Montclair, where he and Laura happily reside.
Ted Heins, PGA
Assistant Golf Professional
Originally from White Plains, New York, Ted's enthusiasm for the game stems from his upbringing in a golf household. His father, highly decorated tournament player Bobby Heins, has been the Head Professional at Old Oaks Country Club, in Purchase, New York for over 30 years. Following in his father's footsteps, Ted turned professional in 2007, shortly after graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in English.
Ted has spent the last 8 years at Jonathan's Landing in Jupiter, Florida and The Milbrook Club in Greenwich, Connecticut, where he served as the 1st Assistant under two different Head Professionals. Ted has learned from some of the game's best instructors and recently became a U.S. Kids Golf Certified Coach.
Ted also loves to compete. A frequent qualifier in the Metropolitan Section, he was awarded the Gil McNally Most Improved Player Award in 2012. Ted's passion for golf is unbridled; you'll see him on the course nearly every evening. When he's not playing, he's likely exploring new culinary destinations, going for a run, or rooting for his beloved Florida Gators.
Bo was born and raised in Bangor, Pennsylvania, where he found a passion for the game of golf at a very young age. In high school he led his team to four consecutive Division Championships. He was also Captain of the Golf Team at DeSales University for two years before turning professional in 2008.
Bo comes to Green Brook by way of Edgewood Country Club, where he served as the First Assistant Golf Professional. Before that, he was an Assistant Golf Professional at Pocono Manor Inn & Golf Resort in Pocono Manor, PA. As a frequent competitor in the New Jersey PGA Section, Bo loves working on his own game. His teaching style has been influenced most by New Jersey PGA Teacher of the Year, Mike Adams and Melissa Dziabo of Edgewood Country Club.
Away from Green Brook, Bo enjoys spending time with his wife, Angelique, and their two Beagles (Skye and Betsy) at their home in West Caldwell. During the winter months, Bo serves as the Head Coach of the JV Boys basketball team at Dwight Englewood High School.
Golf Shop Assistant
While Trish Scarrillo joined the staff in Green Brook's Clubhouse five years ago, her connection to Green Brook started long ago. Her grandfather discovered the game of golf while caddying here, and she still lives in West Caldwell with her husband and three children. Her deep regard for the members at Green Brook and her passion for providing excellent service have translated well to her new position. She is already proving herself as an integral member of the golf shop staff.
Don began his golf adventure at nearby Crestmont Country Club, working with N.J. Hall of Fame golf professionals Pat Schwab, John Buczek and Peter Famiano while putting himself through college during the evenings. Highlightes include a journey to PGA Tour Qualifying School with Billy Harmon, son of Masters Champion, Claude Harmon. After spending a stint in the corporate world, Don found his way to Green Brook in 2001 and currently manages the caddie program and the entire outside operation.