Kip Wolfe is currently co-founder and Director of Operations for Key Golf. Key Golf is a golf course maintenance outsource company that was started in 2008. Currently Key Golf is contracted to maintain various courses in the Southwest including Rio Secco Golf Club, Butch Harmon Golf School, Cascata and Las Vegas National, Rainmaker Golf Club in Ruidoso New Mexico, and Grande Valley Golf Club located in Eloy Arizona.
From 1992 to present, Mr. Wolfe is co-founder of Pro-Turf International, Inc (PTI), responsible for the construction management of numerous golf course construction projects. As well as new construction, Mr. Wolfe has been instrumental in the renovation of some of the most prestigious golf facilities in the world. Along with extensive golf projects, PTI, represented by Kip has been involved with major athletic field and facility construction and consulting, as well as commercial landscape projects throughout the United States. This work includes every facet from site analysis to bid documents, budget evaluations, agronomics and cutting edge value engineering. As a result of this experience, he has developed a keen insight in facilitating communication between owners, developers, sub contractors and architects
Prior to Key Golf Mr. Wolfe started in the turf business as manager and Director of Operations for Brooks Turf Farms and sub sequentially Western Sod both located in Arizona which supplied turf and services to landscape companies as well as golf courses.
Mr. Wolfe is currently a member of the Cactus and Pine Golf Course Superintendents Association in Arizona, Southern Nevada Golf Course Superintendents Association in Nevada and the Golf Industry Association. He holds current contractor licenses in the following states: Nevada, Utah, New Mexico and California while maintaining an Arizona Department of Real Estate License.
Attended Mesa Community College, Graduated with an A.A. Degree while member of the Mesa Community College Baseball Team from 1977-1979.
Attended University of Nevada-Reno, major: Agri-Business, and was a captain of the Nevada-Reno baseball team from 1979-1981.