Scott is considered an industry leader in first-class facility and professional tournament operations, junior and adult coaching, and program design and implementation. He has been an Executive Director of Racquets and Court Sports with 30 years’ experience at private clubs, public facilities and resorts. Scott has overseen some of the nations largest and most active facilities with revenues reaching over 2 million dollars annually.
As the CEO of Premier Tennis International, Scott has been involved in some of the largest and most prestigious facilities in the U.S. and many of the worlds' leading Professional Tennis events. Each facility and tournament has its own DNA and he thrives on working with each to capitalize on their amazing facilities, members and communities. Scott is prepared to help you at any level by implementing much needed systems and structure that make the most of every opportunity.
In addition, Scott oversaw all operations as Tournament Director of the premier $100k Dow Tennis Classic, and during his tenure the DTC received 4 straight years of Gold Star Standard by the USTA and has become the benchmark of all Pro Circuit events. Annually serving over 15k fans and 4k youth through outreach programs during our event. 2019 was a year where significant improvements were made which resulted in an almost $500k revenue increase from sponsorship and ticket sales over 2018.
In 2015 TLC was awarded the tennis community of the year by Bliss Awards and Real Estate Scorecard. Americas Healthiest Club Report stated that TLC adult and junior tennis academy program are "the most advanced of any of the clubs they surveyed".
Scott’s coaching background is extensive as he has won a National Championship as an assistant coach at Georgia Perimeter College. He also coached the GPC #1 player to a win over then NCAA #1, has been a USTA National Zonal Coach working with many of the nation’s top boys and girls. Scott is one of the industries leaders in developing both adults and juniors and their tennis. He has coached numerous juniors to play collegiate tennis and has coached over 50 adult league champions.
He is married to Ashley a former Florida State University player and ACC doubles champion and they have 3 children, Brady-11 and girl/boy twins, Brooklyn and Cason, 8 years