Golf Staff

Herb Moore
Director of Golf
PGA

Herb is a graduate of Texas Tech University and brings 37 years of experience to the Raveneaux program. A Texas native, Herb grew up in West Texas and has held positions at prestigious clubs and organizations such as Landmark, Mission Hills, Oak Valley, the Grand Golf Club of San Diego and Heritage Todd Creek Golf Club. Herb enjoys sharing his knowledge of the game and building relationships with his fellow golfers. Together with his wife, Jan, and two children, Chandler and Walker, the Moore family looks forward to growing the Raveneaux Golf Program to be an industry leader. 

 

Greg Mense
Head Golf Professional
PGA 

Greg is a graduate of the Golf Academy of America in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with 13 years of experience. A Georgia native, Greg has been teaching since 2008 and specializes in Junior Golf instruction. Greg's passion for golf and upbeat attitude makes every golfer feel welcome at Raveneaux! Greg has previously worked at Atlanta National Golf Club and Brunswick Country Club in Georgia.


 
Austen Hyde
Assitant Golf Professional

Austen grew up in Missouri City, Texas where he lettered 3 years at Elkins High School.  As a junior golfer he was ranked 6th in the City of Houston for his age group (14-15) by the Houston Golf Association.  In 2008 his freshman year in college, he was a part of the men’s golf team at Sam Houston State University. In 2012 he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in General Business with an emphasis in marketing.  While in college he completed internships including the Golf Club of Purchase, in Purchase New York, and the US Open at Torrey Pines Golf Club in La Jolla, California.  He worked part-time during his senior year at Texas’ number 1 ranked private course, Whispering Pines.  Austen is currently working towards his Class A PGA Professional license and enjoys teaching golf to all age groups and levels of skill.  He creates a welcoming atmosphere for everyone to enjoy and prides himself in helping students maximize their potential by utilizing video technology, importance in short game, and continuously looking for ways to improve one’s skills.