Alex Beach is originally from Stillwater, MN, and ventured to the east coast after graduating from the University of Nebraska. Before WCC, Alex held professional roles at Forest Highlands (AZ), Congressional CC, Desert Mountain, Burning Tree (DC), Ridgewood CC (NJ), and Baltusrol GC.
Since joining the team at WCC in 2019, Alex has won two PGA National Championships, including the 2019 PGA Professional National Championship and 2019 PGA Assistant Professional National Championship - becoming the first PGA member in history to win multiple championships in the same year. He has also competed on two victorious PGA Cup teams representing Team USA. Alex earned Met Assistant Player of the Year & Met Assistant Professional of the Year awards in 2019 - and recently won the 2022 Met PGA Championship and 2022 Met Player of the Year honors. Alex has played in five PGA Championships (2017, 2019-2022), 11 total PGA Tour events, held Korn Ferry status from 2020-2022, and has won Titleist Player of the Year four times. Prior to WCC, Alex won back-to-back New Jersey Section Championships & New Jersey Section Player of the Year titles.
Alex currently spends summer months residing in Connecticut while teaching/playing at WCC, and winter months in Palm Beach, FL, traveling/competing in events and teaching at The Breakers.