Greenwood grew up in the San Fernando Valley
and first learned to play the game at El Caballero
Country Club. He attended UCLA from 1984 to 1989.
During his career at UCLA, Rich won many events
individually such as the Pasadena City Championship,
UCLA/ Bill Bryant Invitational, Western Intercollegiate,
and twice at the Costa Mesa City Championship.
Rich was the captain of his team during his last
year at UCLA.
The highlight of his collegiate career was winning
the National Championship in 1988 at North Ranch
Country Club, the only Men’s NCAA title
brought home by the Bruins. Rich turned pro in
1989 after graduation. He spent the next 5 years
playing in Southeast Asia, Canada and a variety
of Ben Hogan events. Rich won the Northern California
Open in 1990. From 1995 to 2002, he has taught
golf at El Caballero Country and Brentwood Country
Rich still remains competitive and is considered
one of the top players in the Southern California
PGA Section. He currently is a member of the PGA.