Head Golf Professional
Aaron Marks, PGA
Aaron grew up in Carmel, Indiana. After graduating high school, golf would take him south to play at UNC Greensboro. He graduated in 2005 with a degree in marketing. After graduation, he played on various mini tours and worked at Jupiter Island Club, Misquamicut Club, CC New Cannan, and Farmington CC. The most important thing he learned was that he was just good enough at golf to get your hopes up. The good news, is that he fell in love with being a club pro and ended up meeting his future bride Hollyday. They were married in 2009 and now have two wonderful boys, Landon and Brody. He accepted the Head Professional position at Boonsboro in 2018. He loves being out on the course with the members, helping them improve their games and still competing. One of his recent accomplishments include winning the 2016 Virginia Chapter Professional Championship. You’ll regularly see the entire family around the club throughout the year, as they’ve fallen in love with its charm and the people.
 
Assistant Golf Professional
David Phillips Jr, PGA
David was born and raised in Lebanon, New Jersey where he played his first round of golf at age 12 but found himself more interested in playing baseball over golf. By age 17 he came back to golf and began working at Beaver Brook Country Club in Annandale, New Jersey. David then relocated to Lynchburg to attend Liberty University and study Business Management. In March 2011, David accepted a position as an Outside Operations Manager before moving into his current role of Assistant Golf Professional in 2014. This season will be his 11th here at Boonsboro Country Club. David is a US Kids Certified Instructor as well as a Certified Fitter for Taylormade, Titleist, and Mizuno. David has been married for 8 years to his wife Katrina and just welcomed their first son Jameson to the family in January 2019.
 
Assistant Golf Professional
Branson Terrell
Branson was born and raised in Lynchburg, Virginia where he has been a member at Boonsboro Country Club the majority of his life. At a young age he had an interest in golf and often he and his brothers would chip and putt in their front yard. Branson began playing competitive golf at the age of 14. He graduated from E.C. Glass High School in 2015 and went on to play college golf. Branson spent two years playing at Hampden Sydney College, and two years playing at the University of Lynchburg where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics with a Financial Emphasis in 2019. Branson continued playing golf after college where his passion grew into coaching. Last spring in 2020 he was a volunteer assistant for the University of Lynchburg’s Men’s and Women’s Golf Teams and currently he is an assistant coach for them. In October of 2020 he accepted a position as an intern in the Golf Shop at Boonsboro and in February of 2021 he became an Assistant Professional.