Management Changes Announced at The Crossings Golf Course

Brian Wagoner has been named as the new sales and marketing director and Justin Cullimore has been appointed as the new executive chef at the California facility.

KemperSports who has managed The Crossings at Carlsbad since 2006 announced Wednesday the appointment of two management positions.

Brian Wagoner is the new sales and marketing director and Justin Cullimore is the new executive chef.  

As the director of sales and marketing, Wagoner will be responsible for group sales and general marketing initiatives for the club, as well as community outreach with various local charities and organizations. Wagoner brings several years of experience in both the golf and hotel industry as he’s held a variety of positions throughout the North San Diego County over the past 10 years. Most recently, Wagoner served as the director of sales and marketing at The Homewood Suites by Hilton in Carlsbad. Wagoner was also recently nominated by Island Hospitality Management for Hotel Management Magazine’s “Top 30 Upcoming Hoteliers Under 30” showcase.

Cullimore, who previously studied under Iron Chef Competitor Greg Bernhardt, will be responsible for the kitchen operations and menu development as the executive chef. As a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, Cullimore will be an invaluable asset to the Canyons restaurant at The Crossings at Carlsbad with his variety of dishes, hands-on experience and knowledge of food quality and presentation. Cullimore will also manage the kitchen operations for all events, which includes a large number of local and destination weddings each year.

"We are pleased to welcome both Brian and Justin to the team at The Crossings at Carlsbad," said General Manager, Gary Glaser. "Their extensive experience in the industry will strengthen our team and help support our continued growth in the community as a premium venue for golf and dining in the San Diego area.”

The Crossings at Carlsbad is owned by the City of Carlsbad.

–KemperSports Press Release

Scott Snyder October 17, 2012 at 08:31 PM
No amount of management expertise can change the fact that The Crossings is a poorly located, poorly designed, and overly priced golf venue in an area with many better alternatives. I don't understand how high tension power lines and deafening jet noise add to the golf experience.
Don MacKay October 17, 2012 at 09:45 PM
"Deafening jet noise" (??) Did they build an airport nearby since I left the area several years ago?
ed wagoner October 18, 2012 at 05:27 AM
I have golf at the crossings and yes there is jet noise at times but the view from the course is outstanding. you can see the ocean from 12 or 13 holes its the best golf going
Revenue Performance October 19, 2012 at 05:16 AM
Sorry, I don't realize how high tension power lines and deafening jet noise add to the golf experience


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