Buggie Golf Team

Jack Adams


Jack is a native of Findlay, Ohio and a graduate of Miami (OH) University.  Jack has been involved in Golf either playing professionally, socially or in the industry for 20 years.  Playing on the mini-tours he found out that it is true "these guys are good"!  After traveling the country for 5 years as a touring professional, it was time to give up his dream of the PGA Tour.  In the corporate world,  Jack worked at Cooper Tire and Rubber Co,  Merrill Lynch and Pakems Footwear Company.  He was ready to get back to his passion, golf.  Buggie Golf was created in 2017.

Jack played college tennis in 1990 at the University of Mississippi.  When not working on Buggie Golf,  Jack loves to play golf and tennis with his wife Sherri and kids' Sevi and Sorin.



Mark Martinez


Mark is a native of Houston and graduate of Southern Methodist University in 1993.  Mark has spent many years in the Golf Industry for American Golf Corporation as Events Manager and Asst. GM.  Mark has also worked in Management in the Banking Industry receiving many honors for Sales.  Currently, Mark is the Sales Manager for Medsuit.

Mark played college football at SMU from 1989-1993.  In his free time, Mark enjoys playing golf and spending time with his family.

Nate Landry


Nate has been a part of the game of golf since an early age. He Started playing at the age of 5 and never stopped. Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, Nate competed in State junior golf and was an accomplished high school golfer.  Nate is a graduate of the Professional Golf Management Program of Mississippi State University. He worked with the USGA Merchandise Team at the U.S. Open 2001 at Southern Hills in Tulsa Oklahoma and at The U.S. Open 2002 at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, NY. Continuing in his career, Nate was a club professional in Connecticut, Louisiana, and Georgia, competing in local professional events. He is currently working toward a passion that is close to the game in the turf grass industry.  Nate's passion for the game, regardless of handicap, has never left. As he always tells me, "Just because I'm an 8 handicap now doesn't mean I don't give it everything I've got."