Benjamin Wolfe developed a passion for golf during a youth golf clinic when he was just 9 years old. Since then he has become a dedicated professional, teacher and clinician who enjoys sharing his passion with others. Working as a caddie through junior and senior high school at Belmont CC in Rossford, OH he gained a strong respect for the game and for the great private club traditions. He played college golf at Hillsdale College before transferring to Kent State University to finish his degree. Benjamin spent his first three seasons in the golf industry at the Golf Club of Dublin (GCD), a high end public course focused on corporate outings and leagues. In the 2012 season he was named the Southern Ohio PGA Apprentice of the Year and also became the Tournament Coordinator at GCD. He went on to personally coordinate and run 125 private outside golf events that season. In 2013, Benjamin joined the NACC family and learned quickly that this is a very special club to be a part of. Benjamin is in the final stages of becoming a PGA Member and is looking forward to joining the ranks of the PGA of America.