Tim Keane

Assistant Controller & Golf Club Technician/Lead Builder

Tim Keane (Assistant Controller & Golf Club Technician/Lead Builder) was born and raised in
Stamford, Connecticut. His love of golf dates back to his childhood days playing Sterling Farms
Golf Course, caddying at Wee Burn Country Club and competing in the Metropolitan PGA
Junior Golf Section. During his time at Trinity Catholic High School, in addition to playing 4
years of varsity hockey, he was a 4-year varsity starter for the golf team. He was named golf
Captain his senior year and earned honor roll status throughout his High School years. Tim then
went on to play D-3 college golf at Endicott College while reaching his goal of maintaining a
high GPA and making dean’s list. After earning his B.A. in Liberal Studies with a Minor in
Psychology, Tim continued his love and passion for the sport of golf and desire to help others be
successful. He began working full time at Wee Burn Country Club as the Golf Shop Professional
and Junior Assistant Professional, and during his time there, he coached a PGA Junior Golf
League Team leading the 5-12 year-old junior team to many victories. He also spent a lot of time
traveling to tournament events, caddying for and assisting professional golfers in the
Metropolitan Golf Section. Tim is now the Assistant Controller & Golf Club Technician/Lead
Club Builder at The Golf Performance Center in Ridgefield, Connecticut. He has an easygoing
nature that puts both young individuals and adult clients at ease. He builds not only golf clubs,
but also strong connections with every individual or athlete he interacts with; therefore,
achieving their maximum effort, results, and enthusiasm for the sport of golf and in life.