Kirk Kimball began working at Webhannet in 1998 as Assistant to Ronald Smith. In 2003, Kimball assumed the job as Head Golf Professional. Raised in Guilford, Maine, Kimball graduated from the Golf Academy of the South in Orlando, Florida, in 1995. Three years later, while working as Assistant Professional at Turnbull Bay Golf Course in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, he became one of the youngest pros nationwide to earn his Class A card. Kimball lives in Kennebunk, Maine with his wife, Karen, daughters, Halle and Sophie.
Greg Holder became Superintendent of Webhannet Golf Club in 2002. Holder started playing golf when he was 11, graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with a degree in Plant and Soil Sciences, and honed his “turf” skills at Needham (Massachusetts) Golf Club. He later worked at York (Maine) Golf and Tennis Club, where he served as Assistant Superintendent from 1996 to 2001. Currently, he is President of the Maine Golf Course Superintendents Association. Holder lives in Kennebunk, Maine, with his wife, Laura, sons, Reilly and Brady, daughter, Skylar and a cute three-legged Labrador named Jack.