Growing up with a passion for watersports, Greg Norman Jr. spent 15 years traveling the world as a professional kiteboarder and wakeboarder. After graduating from the University of Miami with a degree in Business Management, Greg joined his father, Hall of Fame golfer Greg Norman, at the family business working as part of the Business Development team at Great White Shark Enterprises. Inspired by his father to combine his personal passion and entrepreneurial drive, Greg decided to utilize his extensive experience in both the wakeboarding and business realms to open Shark Wake Park.
With more than 15 years in the cable wake boarding industry, Jeff has managed four different wake parks across the country, three of which were the highest volume parks in the U.S. Originally from Spokane, Washington, Jeff is a massive Garth Brooks fan and enjoys the salmon dish from Greg Norman’s Australian Grille. His claim-to-fame is beating Greg Norman Jr. at a tournament. Twice.
One of the most prolific professional wakeboarders in the U.S., Adam has been on the wakeboarding tour for 15 years. His accolades include the 2007 Pro Wakeboard Tour Rookie of the Year, 2009 U.S. National Champion, 2011 Wake Stock Champion and 2012 BroStock Champion among many others. Adam also holds the Guinness World Record for longest time riding a cable in 24 hours by a team, was the first person to land a double Scarecrow and was a cast member on MTV’s Wake Brothers. When he isn’t on the water, he is modeling for Ronix, which he has done for the last decade.