Bill serves as the Championship Director for the U.S. Mid-Amateur and U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championships and served as the Championship Director for the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship from 2004 through the championships retirement in 2014. Bill joined the USGA staff in 1996 as the Director of Regional Affairs for the Ohio Valley Region. He also serves in a Rules and operations capacity at the U.S. Open and as staff in charge of the stroke play co-host course for the U.S. Amateur Championship. Bill also serves on the USGA Future Amateur Sites Committee for which he travels the country to evaluate potential host sites for USGA Championships. In his 22 years as a member of the USGA staff, Bill has worked over 90 USGA Championships. Bill has been an instructor at PGA/USGA Rules of Golf Workshops since 2012 and as the USGA lead instructor at the biennial PGA/USGA Officiating and Tournament Administration Workshop.