Golf House Kentucky
1116 Elmore Just Drive
Louisville, KY 40245
Phone: (502) 243-8295
Fax: (502) 243-9266
Michael Vick, PGA, Director, Junior Golf
(502) 243-8295 ext. 20309
Richard Praszkier, Coordinator, Player Development
(502) 243-8295 ext. 20304
Michael Vick, PGA was born in Jacksonville, Florida before moving to Elizabethtown with his parents when he was five years old. He attended college at Spalding University and Morehead State University before joining the PGA Golf Management program at Eastern Kentucky University in 2016. While making his way through the program, he completed internships at Victory Ranch in Park City, Utah and Forest Hills Country Club in St. Louis, Missouri. He also interned with Golf House Kentucky in the summer of 2019 where he primarily assisted with the operation of Kentucky Golf Association tournaments. Then in 2020, he joined the team on a seasonal basis as the Coordinator, Junior Golf. He has since been promoted to Director, Junior Golf and oversees the Kentucky PGA Junior Tour's operation. Michael is a diehard fan of the Kentucky Wildcats, enjoys spending time with his girlfriend and their dog Reese, and looking to further his career in golf administration and tournament operations.
Richard Praszkier is a native of St. Louis, Missouri who comes to Golf House Kentucky having graduated from the University of Louisville in 2020 with a Bachelor's Degree in Sports Administration. He's also currently in the process of getting his Master's Degree from University of Louisville in Sports Administration. After he completed his Bachelor's Degree, Richard took the role as the Indiana Golf Office's PGA HOPE Fellow in 2020. Prior to that, he had previously compiled time during internships working at Oxmoor Country Club, Persimmon Ridge Golf Club, Polo Fields Golf & Country Club, and Quail Chase Golf Club. While he has discovered a strong passion within the golf industry, Richard did not play golf at all growing up. He has always been a diehard fan of the St. Louis Blues, so much so that he named his cat Binnington in honor of the 2019 Stanley Cup winning goaltender, Jordan Binnington.