The Summit Club at Armonk Hires Christopher Alonzi as Golf Course Superintendent

Christopher Alonzi - The Summit Club's Golf Course Superintendent

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Armonk, NY (March 4, 2021)—The Summit Club at Armonk has announced that Christopher Alonzi will join the staff as Golf Course Superintendent. Alonzi has earned a reputation as a talented professional who has demonstrated proficiency in providing outstanding golf course conditions that has resulted in member satisfaction at top clubs in the New York Metropolitan area. He has a strong background in new course construction and state of the art turf management practices, in addition to significant experience in setting up courses for tournaments.

Chris Alonzi most recently was Project Manager & Senior Assistant at Westchester County’s Saint Andrews Golf Club, America’s oldest club. Prior to his golf operations experience there, he served as Golf Course Superintendent for 11 years at another historic Westchester facility, Elmwood Country Club.

“The Summit Club at Armonk welcomes Chris as our new Golf Course Superintendent,” said Jeffrey B. Mendell, Managing Partner. “He has many years of experience at prominent golf clubs in the Met area and has earned a well deserved reputation as a meticulous professional with extensive agronomic knowledge. Chris will ensure that The Summit Club is known for its superb course conditions.”

Additional work experience includes assistant superintendent roles at Westchester Country Club and Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase, New York. Chris is a member of the celebrated Alonzi family that counts two father/son superintendent legacies in the New York Metropolitan area. As exceptional leaders in their profession, the Metropolitan Golf Writers Association honored the four Alonzis at their 2006 National Golf Awards Dinner as Family of the Year. For more information about The Summit Club at Armonk, visit or call (914) 273-9300.

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