Wells returning to northern Saskatchewan; hired at Elk Ridge

Ryan Wells is back to Saskatchewan after a year in Grande Prairie

Elk Ridge Resort is proud to announce the hiring of Ryan Wells as the newest team member and role of Resort Golf Professional.

Managing Partner Ryan Danberg stated “We have acquired Ryan to take our golfing experience to a new level! We are overly excited to have him join our team, and I look forward to working with him.”

Ryan is originally from Prince Edward Island and it’s where he fell in love with the game of golf playing at an elite level as a junior and college career. This great game has taken Ryan Coast to Coast. He turned pro in 2006 and worked at Eagle Ranch Resort, Invermere, BC. Ryan spent 6 years at Eagle Ranch honing their customer service platform before making the move to Prince Albert, SK. He worked as the Associate Professional at Cooke Municipal Golf Course for 8 years. Over his 8 years in Prince Albert, he grew the junior and lesson programs with the help of the local community and his driven passion for the game. He was awarded with the 2017 & 2019 Assistant Class “A” PGA of Canada/Saskatchewan as well as the 2019 Peter Cushner Order of Merit Award. Ryan spent the last year as the Head Professional at The Dunes Golf & Winter Club in Grand Prairie, AB.

Our Routes2SK group is excited for Ryan’s arrival. His love and passion for the game of golf, along with his overall leadership with exemplary customer service standards, will be a great asset to the Elk Ridge clientele. We look forward to Ryan joining our team on March 1st, 2021. Please join us in welcoming Ryan and his wife, Megan and their 2 year old daughter, Palmer to the Elk Ridge Resort and community.

We are also please to announce that our new Restaurant The Wyld @ Elk Ridge is now open for the public Friday, Dec. 18 at 3p.m. Visit our web page to get any resort updates.

Release courtesy Elk Ridge Resort.

(Golf Saskatchewan will be reaching out to Ryan for an interview to discuss his return to northern Saskatchewan.)