The only thing missing from Delaware Country Club in Muncie is you!

For business, for family, and for yourself, join Delaware Country Club today! Our staff is committed to providing you an outstanding membership experience - a resort in your own backyard. Contact the appropriate person at any time with questions, requests and suggestions.

General Manager/Director of Golf Nick Ary [email protected] 765.282.3301
Golf Course Superintendent Jim Wallace [email protected] 765.288.7958
Club Manager/Special Events Director Mindy Moskaliev [email protected] 765.288.0238
Restaurant Manager Emily Marks [email protected] 765.288.0238
Executive Chef  Dennis Blank  [email protected] 765.288.0238
Accounting Office Manager Diane Jacobs [email protected] 765.288.0238
Associate Golf Professional Jacob Gray [email protected] 765.282.3301
Fax Numbers Main Clubhouse   765.289.6185
  • Staff Bios
    • Nick Ary

      general manager/director of golf

      Nick Ary joined the professional staff at Delaware Country Club in 2012. Prior to his arrival at Delaware he spent five years as a pro shop assistant at Highland Lake Golf Course in Richmond, Indiana and one year as Indiana Junior Golf's USGA P.J. Boatwright Intern. Nick played collegiately at Indiana University East in Richmond, Indiana where he obtained a B.S. degree in Business Administration and a minor in Sports Marketing and Management. Nick became a member of the PGA of America in 2018. Nick and his wife Christina currently reside in Connersville, Indiana with their daughter Gracie.

      Tom Harris

      director of player development

      Tom Harris has served as the Golf Professional at Delaware Country Club since 1990. Prior to arriving at Delaware, Tom completed 8 seasons as the head golf professional at Owensboro Country Club in Owensboro, Ky. Tom and his wife Beth are both Ball State University grads who met while in college, they have two children (Sarah and Grant).

      Tom Harris and Delaware Country Club have hosted nearly every state championship during his tenure. Accomplishments recently awarded include; 2006 Indiana PGA "Golf Professional of the Year", qualified for the 2005 National PGA Club Professional Championship, 1999 Indiana PGA "Private ClubMerchandiser of the Year".

      Jim Wallace

      golf course superintendent

      Jim Wallace began his career in the golf industry at 15 years old on the grounds staff at Palmira Golf and Country Club in St. John, Indiana. Upon graduating high school, Jim attended Indiana University to study Public and Environmental Affairs Management, and obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in 2004. Jim worked for Brent Emerick at the Indiana University Golf Course through his college years, where he was able to play and integral role in hosting several men’s and women’s collegiate events, including the 2003 Big Ten Men’s Golf Championship. Jim attended Rutgers University after graduating from Indiana University and graduated with highest honors in 2006, earning Class of 2006 Valedictorian honors and completing his degree in Golf Course Agronomy. Jim moved to the Chicago area upon graduation from Rutgers and began an internship at Medinah Country Club, where they hosted the 2006 PGA Championship. Soon after the PGA Championship, Jim was promoted to Assistant Superintendent on Course #1 at Medinah, and in 2008, was promoted to Golf Course Superintendent on Course #2 at Medinah. In 2010, Jim moved to the position of Golf Course Superintendent of Course #1 at Medinah, working under S. Curtis Tyrrell III, CGCS, MG. Jim played a key role in planning and operations for the 2012 Ryder Cup, and immediately following the Ryder Cup, began leading the renovation of Medinah #1 with renowned golf course architect Tom Doak. After 8 years, 2 major championships, and 3 renovations at Medinah Country Club, Jim was fortunate to have the opportunity to move back home to Indiana and become the Golf Course Superintendent at Delaware Country Club. Jim and his wife Samantha were married in September of 2015.

      Mindy Moskaliev

      special events director

      Mindy is a native of Indiana, born and raised in Selma. She is a mother of two and a grandmother of twin boys! Mindy has been at the DCC since 1999. She enjoys working at the club, and feels the most rewarding part is being able to work with the members to ensure they get the most they can from their club. Mindy has an open door policy. Stop by or call anytime to offer an idea or suggestion.

      Dennis Blank

      Executive Chef

      Dennis has over 25 years experience as a chef. He started his career cooking at Butterfields in Muncie and then moved to Destin, Florida where he was on staff at The Back Porch. Dennis has been the lead chef at Delaware since 2000. Over the years Dennis has been fortunate enough to cook for some celebrities including Jim Davis (Garfield), Alice Cooper (Rock Star) and former NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt. When he's not in the kitchen he enjoys scary movies, traveling and watching football. 


      Diane Jacobs


      Diane has been on staff at Delaware since 1992. Diane and her husband John reside in Alexandria, IN. They have 3 daughters and 4 grandchildren. During her free time, Diane enjoys traveling to Maine and spending time with her family.


      Michelle Ross

      Bar manager

      Michelle has been on staff at Delaware since 1998 where she currently serves as our Bar Manager. She has two children and one grandchild. In her spare time Michelle enjoys spending time with her grandson Nory. 


      Jacob Gray

      Associate golf professional

      Jake was born and raised in Anderson, Indiana. He graduated from Anderson High School and then went on to graduate from Indiana University of Kokomo with a degree in Homeland Security/Criminal Justice. Jake played collegiately at Anderson University and IU Kokomo. Prior to joining the professional staff at Delaware, Jake worked five years at Anderson Country Club.


      Dave Walters

      Assistant golf course superintendent


"Delaware makes members feel we truly make a difference. They know our names and we appreciate that. In a world where you sometimes just feel like a number, the staff at the pro shop and in the dining room at DCC make us feel like family...and isn't that what we all want?"
Cathy Schrecongost -- Member since 1977