General Manager
Daryl Matheny began his tenure in 1988. A longtime Bremerton resident, Daryl knows well the challenges and joys of Washington golf. He expertly leads his team to ensure Gold Mountain Golf Club continues to stand as a leader in Pacific Northwest golf. In 1992 Daryl received his Class A status with the PGA of America and holds several additional PGA of America teaching and golf fitting certifications.

One of Daryl’s favorite aspects about golf at Gold Mountain Golf Club is having the diversity of the two courses – Cascade and Olympic – allowing visitors and all members of the community to come experience the beauty of golf in the Pacific Northwest.

Whenever he isn’t golfing or leading the charge at Gold Mountain Golf Club, Daryl can be found spending time with his family – wife Tammee and three teenage children – and enjoying the beauty and outdoors of the Pacific Northwest.


Head Professional
Mark Knowles began working at Gold Mountain in 1988 as a college student during summer breaks until he turned Professional in 1992. Mark attended Washington State University where he was an All-Pac 10 golfer.

In his 20 years as a PGA Professional, Mark spent 10 years managing Trophy Lake Golf & Casting Club but jumped at the opportunity to return to Gold Mountain in 2009 and now leads the golf program with Daryl Matheny.

When Mark is not working at Gold Mountain, giving lessons, or playing golf, he can be found officiating high school basketball games in the winter and spending time with his family. Mark and his wife Jennifer live in Port Orchard and have three children: Logan, Lucas, and Eva Lillian.

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Ed was born and raised in Sequim, Washington. He began his golf course career working summers and after school at Dungeness Golf Course in Sequim at age 15.

After high school, Ed enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and spent the next 4 years working on jet aircraft. After his discharge, he returned to Dungeness Golf Course as the Assistant Superintendent. In 1979 he went to work at Port Ludlow Golf Course until he was hired as the Assistant Superintendent at Gold Mountain. From March of 1984 until September of 1996 Ed helped turn the Cascade Course into one that everybody wanted to play! In September of 1996, as Gold Mountain was opening the nationally recognized Olympic Course, Ed was promoted to Superintendent. Ed celebrated his 30th year at Gold Mountain Golf Club in 2014.

He has been married to his beautiful wife Nancy for 25 years and has 2 children, Joshua and Tiffany.