Tretter joins Sultan's Run as co-owner, GMDecember 3, 2019
From Local Sources
JASPER — Sultan’s Run and owner Steve Braun announce the addition of Chris Tretter as co-owner and general manager.
In this role, Tretter will support the staff in the day-to-day operation of existing service offerings, as well as the planning and implementation of new and exciting service opportunities.
“I am very pleased with the excellent work our staff has put into transforming Sultan’s Run into what it is today, and I look forward to the continued efforts as we make additional investments to further develop into a resort-style property that will remain a gem in Dubois County and the region,” Braun said. “Chris brings an entrepreneurial spirit, demonstrated business acumen, a positive leadership style and passion for the golf industry as shown by his significant involvement in junior golf initiatives. I am thrilled to have him joining as co-owner and General Manager.”
Tretter is a 1986 graduate of Forest Park High School. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering technology from Purdue University and a master’s degree in information and communication sciences from Ball State University.
After a 20-year career with Verizon Wireless and Crown Castle, he and his family returned to Ferdinand where he became co-owner and vice president of development for Access Storage and Progressive Development Company. He is the immediate past chairman of Dubois Strong, a member of the Dubois County Community Foundation Finance Committee, chairman of The First Tee-South Central, co-founder of Dubois County Junior Golf and boys golf coach at Forest Park High School. Chris and his wife, Dawn, live in Ferdinand with their three children, Devyn, Garrison and Brant.
Sultan’s Run Golf Club is nestled in the heart of beautiful Southern Indiana and stretches over 224 rolling acres of woods, water and wildlife. The zoysia tees, fairways and green surrounds offer a world-class playing surface, punctuated by the signature 18th Hole, Supreme Sultan. In 2019, Golfweek Magazine ranked Sultan’s Run The #6 Course to Play in Indiana.
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