Maxim Golf Solutions

…was formed to meet the needs of golf course owners and operators who could benefit from the expertise of industry professionals offering affordable services and sensible solutions to the challenges faced in today’s golf economy.  Maxim Golf Solutions is a Kansas based Limited Liability Company that specializes in comprehensive management and consulting services designed to help golf course owners and managers succeed in their goals to maximize the potential of their operations.

Our executive team is comprised of industry professionals who specialize in very specific areas of golf club operation, and who also have a broad understanding of the golf industry on both a local and national level.

Maxim Golf Solutions brings over 75 years of professional experience with them that relates specifically to the needs of both private and public golf entities.  Our team of professionals represents high level expertise in every facet of club operations including: Golf Shop Operations, Food & Beverage, Grounds & Maintenance, Sales & Marketing, Membership, Training, Clubhouse Management, & Technology.

Maxim Golf Solutions prides itself in its ability to translate the experience and success of each of its executives into solutions for owners and operators looking to improve their business.

Maxim’s executives meet formally on a weekly basis to discuss the needs and review the performance of each client’s operation.  Each executive carries with them an equal share of the company’s success and responsibility for our client’s success. 

Bryan Minnis

Founder & Principal

Toby Burkhart

Regional Agronomy Director

John Rawdon

Director of Golf

Eric Brown

Director of Revenue Management

Ben Costain

VP South Region

Justine Lavelle

Marketing & Advertising Director

Russ Madsen

Director of Purchasing/Jr. Golf

Chris OConnor

Marketing, Digital & Sales

Kailyn Smith

Corporate Office Manager

Kyna Smith

Membership and Events Director


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