Renée has been with the company since 2006. She has worn many hats here over the years, from customer service management, to sales and marketing, to accounting and everything in between. After 13 years with Golf Scorecards, she is often heard exclaiming how thankful she is to enjoy what she does and who she does it with. When she’s not at the office she can usually be found with her nose in a book or re-watching a favorite cult classic movie.
Mike has been an avid golfer since the day he first picked up a golf club at age 8, even playing on the golf team at the University of California at Irvine. While Mike still loves getting out on the course, most of his free time is spent with the family these days – his wife Wendy, two daughters and their dog Jack. Mike, Wendy and the girls enjoy a variety of sports, especially skiing. At the office Mike is known for his attention to detail and hilarious one-liners, and can often be found representing the company at PGA events. Originally from San Diego, he has been with Golf ScoreCards since 2003.
Sales & Customer Service
Brent has been with Golf ScoreCards since 2012 and is known for his energy and can-do attitude. Dubbed the office hobbit by his coworkers, Brent can often be found in the kitchen preparing his second (or third) breakfast when he’s not busy with sales and customer service duties. He lives with his partner Leann and two dogs, Tipsy and Indie. Brent originally hails from San Diego, but like a true Oregonian he enjoys hiking, camping, craft beer and food. His greatest passion, however, is studying historical European martial arts. In 2014 he founded a school, Indes Western Martial Arts, where he teaches swordsmanship based on medieval German manuscripts.
Karen joined the team in late 2018 as a joint customer service associate & proofreader. She has a long history of working in public sector communications, which has seen her travel all along the West Coast, from California to Washington and everywhere in between. Oregon’s hiking trails and exquisite dining options played a major factor in her choice to stop in Lake Oswego with her husband Anthony and her cat Olive, as did the general “greenness” that surrounds the office. In her spare time, she volunteers at a local cat adoption shelter and brushes up on her crossword skills so she can eventually graduate from the office’s JV team.
Lisa is another native Oregonian, growing up in the nearby town of Canby. She’s had a strong artistic bent since she was a child, and we greatly appreciate her ability to marry aesthetics with functional design. Lisa enjoys all the Pacific Northwest has to offer, from kayaking to hiking to the various local eateries that dot the Portland landscape. Lisa has been with Golf ScoreCards since 2001, and is accompanied to work every day by her dog Dakota, who presumably helps her draft her always-strong Fantasy Football teams.
Production & Shipping
Originally from Colorado, Ed joined the Golf ScoreCards team in 2002. Ed is the master of multitasking: at Golf ScoreCards he composes pressruns, designs map graphics and is responsible for shipping, all with the help of his trusty four-legged companion, Riley. When he’s not at work Ed likes hiking, reading, cooking and keeping up on the news. When taking a break at the office, you can often find him tackling the New York Times crossword puzzle.
Sylvia landed at Golf ScoreCards after many years in retail sales and management. She attributes her knowledge of golf, particularly bogeys, to her husband Dan, a sports writer and photographer. They have lived in the Portland area for more than 20 years. They have two children and a dog named Dyson, who follows Kirby and Hoover in a line of well-loved, vacuum-named pets. Sylvia enjoys reading, cooking, the fickle Oregon sunshine and television shows about surviving the zombie apocalypse. At the office her duties are divided between customer service, bookkeeping and completing the crossword puzzle when the rest of the office can’t.
What a pleasant experience from start to finish! I must have spoken to Brent on a daily basis for almost a month, and every time, it seemed my scorecard was his most important project. Thank you for your attention to every last detail.
Michael Wynne, Head Golf Professional
Eagle Bend Golf Club