It is our talented people that make Queenstown Harbor unique
Everyone on the Queenstown Harbor team is a seasoned and experienced professional who cares most about giving you the best golf experience.
Director of Golf & Grounds
John Anderes is the Director of Golf and Grounds at Queenstown Harbor, responsible for the oversight of all activities on the property and golf courses.
John’s love for golf began more than 25 years ago when he worked on the turf staff at a local golf course during high school. Since then, he has been involved at many high end private and public golf facilities in the Mid-Atlantic region including Columbia Country Club, Queenstown Harbor, and the Golf club at South River, both owned by The Brick Companies.
He has a B.S.in Landscape Architecture with an emphasis on golf course design and agronomy from West Virginia University and a Turfgrass Management Certificate from Cornell University where he is currently finishing his Hospitality Management Certificate.
John lives on the Eastern Shore with his wife and three children and loves to golf, fly fish, and spend time outdoors with his family and friends.
Director of Events and Hospitality
In the spring of 2018, we were very fortunate to add Erin to our team to lead our Events and Hospitality team. With a degree in Hospitality Management from Johnson & Wales University, Erin possess 15+ years in Hotel/Resort Management.
She has planned and executed meetings and events from 5-5000 in locations such as The Greenbrier in West Virginia, The Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Snowshoe Mountain Ski Resort in West Virginia, several locations in Washington DC and Annapolis, MD.
When she’s not at work, she is busy taking care of her two children Tucker & Grace, supporting her husband Brian who is a Washington DC Fire Fighter and playing with their two dogs, June & Tank.
Pro Shop Manager & Head Golf Professional
Mike Sabol is Queenstown Harbor’s Head Golf Professional and manages the course Pro Shop. Passionate about the game, he considers himself lucky to do what he loves for a living.
Mike started playing golf in high school and admits his competitive nature was a significant factor in pushing him to play and practice as much as possible. He became completely addicted to the game and when he found out he could turn it into a career, he was “sold.”
Mike loves being around the game of golf – talking about it, watching it and teaching people. He also has a lot of pride in the Queenstown Course, and can offer excellent recommendations for any golf product – from shoes to clubs to the best ball for your game.
Mike has a degree in professional golf management from Penn State University. He is married with two children and loves golfing and going to the beach in his free time.
Superintendent (Class A), River Course
Nick Brandt is Superintendent of the River Course and has been with The Brick Companies since 2002.
Introduced to the game by his uncle at the age of 12, Nick quickly developed an affection for not only the sport, but the grounds on which it is played. With over 20 years of experience in the industry Nick enjoys the challenge of providing the best playing conditions possible all while preserving the environmental integrity of the property.
He has a B.S.in Turf and Urban Agronomy University of Maryland.
Nick is married and has three daughters. In his free time, he golfs, travels, and enjoys watching his kids participate in volleyball, basketball, and golf.
Superintendent (Class A), Lakes Course
Jason Neal is Superintendent of the Lakes Course, where he loves the day-to-day challenges of working outside, and where he has the opportunity to make every guest experience exceptional.
Jason’s love for the game began more than 25 years ago, when he started playing in the junior golf program of a local course near his home at age 12. When he turned 16, he got a job on the maintenance crew, and since then, the only job he has ever had has been on a golf course.
He has a B.S.in Business Management from Salisbury State University and a Golf Course Management Certificate from University of Maryland College Park.
Jason is married and has two children, and loves to golf, fish and spend time with family and friends.
Sales and Event Planning Assistant
We are pleased to welcome Shelly Morgan as our Events and Sales Assistant. Shelly has been with The Brick Companies at Queenstown Harbor for over ten years, starting out in the food and beverage department. Her hard work and attention to detail along with her current training has landed her as a very valuable addition to our event planning and sales team. In her spare time she is a fulltime student at Salisbury University pursuing a degree in Communications.
Director of Food and Beverage
Queenstown Harbor is very excited to add Jorge Alvarez to our fabulous management team as he will head up all Food and Beverage operations as our Tavern Manager. Jorge has over 35 years in the Hotel/ Restaurant industry including Executive Chef Colonial Williamsburg foundation, GM of food services for the Pentagon, Washington Navy yard, Patuxent and Indian Head naval air bases. He has received accolades from Bon Appetite, Food and Wine, and Wine Spectator magazines for excellence in food preparation and wine pairings. Jorge was one of six Virginia Chefs invited to cook for the International “Feed the Children” foundation dinner in Washington DC. We are excited to have Jorge create new an exciting experiences for our Tavern patrons, golfing guests, and cottage guests alike.
Equipment Shop Manager
David Malasky is the equipment shop manager at Queenstown Harbor, responsible for managing Queenstown’s large fleet of equipment.
He has been with the company for 14 years. David’s first job was at Queenstown when he was only 14, building a strong connection with the property. He enjoys problem solving and maintaining equipment at its highest level.
David is happily married and is very active outside of work, playing tennis, traveling, working out, and enjoying the outdoors.
“The staff here has always exceeded my expectations for service — from the folks outside the bag drop, to the pro shop, to the kitchen staff and the starters and marshals. People seem to love working here — and why wouldn’t you?” —Online Review