Kelly has been at Greenbrier Country Club since 1996 and served as the Head Golf Professional from 2004-2007. In 2007-08 he transitioned into the role of Club Manager. His responsibilities include co-leading of the management team and oversight of all Club operations. Kelly earned his Class A membership in the PGA of America in February 2007. He played college golf for one year at Transylvania University before finishing his academic career at the University of Kentucky graduating with a degree in Communications, with a focus on Sports Organizations. Away from Greenbrier, Kelly is a proud father to his son Cameron, born in 2014 and husband to his wife Lindsay. Kelly serves on the PGA National Board of Directors as the District 10 Director and on the Kentucky PGA Board of Directors where he is currently the Honorary President of the KPGA. He was also honored in 2013 as the Kentucky PGA Golf Professional of the Year, the highest honor a club professional can receive. His award was based on his contribution to his Club, the Kentucky Section, junior golf development and overall performance as a golf professional.