Joe Klinchock Bio 


Head Golf Professional

Joe Klinchock has been the Head Golf Professional at Chartiers Country Club since November of 1997.  He currently resides in the local community of Mt Lebanon located 15 minutes from the club.  He and his wife MaryAnne have two children Kaitlin and Robert.  Joe grew up in Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania and is a graduate of the high school there in 1981.  From there he graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1985 with a degree in Personnel Management.  He was a 3 year starter for IUP and a NCAA ALL American in 1984 and 1985 voted on by the Golf Coaches Association of America.  In 2011 he was inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame at IUP.

During his professional career he has won several local events in the Tri-State PGA as well as winning the Maryland State Open in 1988. Joe has competed in 2 PGA tour events the 1989 Kemper Open and the 2002 PGA Championship held at Hazeltine Golf Club in Minnesota.

In addition to his playing he has been elected 4 times serving on the TSPGA Board of Directors.  In 1999 Joe received the Junior Leader Award for promoting and developing Junior Golf within the TSPGA section.  Also in 2003 Joe was awarded the Bill Strausbaugh Award.  This award is given to a member of the TSPGA section annually for his/hers Mentoring of other Professionals, Integrity, and Character Reflecting Positively upon the Golf Profession.

“Chartiers CC has been a wonderful experience for me and my family since 1997.  It is truly a great family oriented club attached to a tournament conditioned golf course”.


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