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Tournament Staff

Office Phone: 605.271.7825

Greg Conrad
Tournament Director

Prior to arriving in Sioux Falls, Conrad served as Assistant Vice President of Golf and Tournament Director for the award-winning Principal Charity Classic. Before running PGA TOUR Champions events in Sioux Falls and Des Moines, he spent 6 years as the Vice President of Tournament Business Affairs for the LPGA, Championship Director for the record-setting 2006 U.S. Senior Open, and over 10 years with The International PGA TOUR stop in Colorado. Conrad began his professional career with the Denver Nuggets and Golden State Warriors of the NBA after graduating with a Sport Management degree from the University of the Pacific. During his free time in Sioux Falls, Greg is actively involved as an Executive Board Member for the Alliance of Accessible Golf, attending any sporting event possible, and spending time with his wife Jennifer and their two children Elizabeth & Sam.

Josh Brewster
Assistant Tournament Director

Born and raised in Hastings, MN. Graduate of University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Prior to graduating Josh completed the P.J. Boatwright Internship through the United State Golf Association. Following his stint with the USGA, Josh also interned at the 3M Championship (Blaine, MN). Officially joined Pro Links Sports in 2013. Spent 3-years as Director of Operations at the Allianz Championship (Boca Raton, FL) and 1-year as Director of Corporate Relations for the Valspar Championship (Tampa, FL).

Scott Caldwell
Director of Operations

A graduate of Texas Tech University, Scott began his career with Pro Links Sports as in intern with the Kinko’s Classic of Austin in 2003. After 2 years in Austin, Texas, Scott became the Operations Director for the AT&T Championship (San Antonio, TX). In 2016 Scott was named the Operations Manager at the Insperity Invitational (Houston, TX), where he now resides.


Erica Westhoff

Erica Westhoff
Tournament Manager

Before graduating from the University of South Dakota, Erica moved to Nashville where she experienced high level event management preparation while supporting the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament and Country Music Marathon as the Events and Operations Intern for the Nashville Sports Council. Family and her love of the Midwest, originally from Le Mars, Iowa, brought Erica to Sioux Falls. Prior to her employment with the Sanford International, she was involved at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls Marathon, and Minnehaha Country Club. During her free time, you will see Erica at sporting events, spending time with her friends and family, or simply enjoying the Sioux Falls bike path.

McKenzie Swenson
Volunteer Coordinator

Ever since McKenzie’s freshman year in high school, she has always wanted to get involved with sport management. After volunteering for the 3M Championship (a Pro Links Sports event) for six years and a summer internship, she decided to move to Sioux Falls after graduating college and join the Sanford International as the Volunteer Coordinator. McKenzie loves to play golf and is a huge hockey fan, she will never pass up the opportunity to go to a Sioux Falls sporting event.

Sam Olson

Sam Olson
Relationship Manager

During Sam’s time at Saint John’s University in Minnesota, he had the opportunity to serve as a P.J. Boatright Intern with the USGA and the South Dakota Golf Association where he got a taste for golf administration. Having the chance to be a part of a professional golf tournament, Sam moved back to hometown, Sioux Falls. In his free time you can find Sam playing golf at the local courses.

Jordan Decker

Jordan Decker
Relationship Manager

Jordan graduated in 2016 from the University of South Dakota with a master’s degree in Exercise Science. Prior to his employment with the Sanford International, he was a Profile Coach at Profile by Sanford in Watertown, South Dakota. During his free time, you will see him at local sporting events, spending time with friends and family, and being a part-time personal trainer at The Community Center in Madison, South Dakota. He looks forward to help bring in another large-scale, successful sporting event to his home state.