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At ClubCorp, work feels like play, as you build relationships with your team and meet Members from all different backgrounds. Every time you step foot in your Club, you can create magic moments and enrich lives. So, join us and be a part of a fun, fast-paced, high-impact group of talented people. We are passionate about bringing people together and about bringing out the very best in life.
CLUBCORP HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY
We are ClubCorp, the largest owner and operator of private clubs nationwide with 200+ country clubs, city clubs, athletic clubs and stadium clubs. Bringing people together is our passion. We are a community and lifestyle for golfers, thought leaders, foodies, dynamic women, young executives and families. We are in relentless pursuit of the ultimate experience for our members and innovation guides our future. Experience our championship golf courses, work spaces, handcrafted cuisine, resort-style pools, tennis facilities and fitness centers. Come discover a Life Lived Well.
Celebrating More Than 60 Years – Building Relationships & Enriching Lives
Since its inception in 1957 in Dallas, Texas, ClubCorp has operated with the central purpose of building relationships and enriching the lives of its members. As the largest owner and operator of private clubs, ClubCorp brings its members a higher and more consistent level of service and an unwavering commitment to make the club the Members’ home away from home.
We provide first-class amenities, industry-leading benefits and unparalleled service to our Members and guests.
PGA NATIONAL The Champion One of the Best Golf Courses in the US
Do you have what it takes to conquer “The Champ?” Considered one of the toughest tests on the PGA TOUR, The Champion golf course at PGA National Resort is 7,045 yards of peril, with tricky South Florida winds constantly causing havoc, and seemingly tranquil water penalty areas lurking throughout — ready to strike down even the world’s best golfers. Home of The Honda Classic and The Bear Trap, The Champion is a must-play on any avid golfer’s list.
The Palmer “The King” of Golf Courses at PGA National
Named after its legendary designer Arnold Palmer, this championship golf course is one of the more forgiving at PGA National Resort. It’s also one of our most overall entertaining courses for players of all skill levels. There are plenty of opportunities for creative shot-making, and picturesque approach shots abound. Paired with a great series of finishing holes (including the stunning par 5 on the 18th), The Palmer golf course is all about risks/rewards and genuinely fun. Just like its namesake.
The Fazio The Perfect Layout for Every Skill Level
Originally designed as a tribute to five-time PGA champion Walter Hagen, The Fazio golf course pairs classic architecture with modern advances. It’s an ideal balance where single-digit golfers will be fully challenged, while those with higher handicaps are in for a great of entertaining resort golf. The par-5 4th hole — easily one of the most grueling and difficult of all of PGA National’s 90 holes — is enough to make even a PGA TOUR pro blush.
The Estate More Than Just a Great Course
Located five miles west of the main resort, The Estate may seem like a hidden gem among the courses at PGA National, but that’s just the way our golfers like it! They appreciate the great mix of challenging and docile holes, generous fairways, and inviting greens, not to mention the beautiful practice facilities. Add in an elite golf training center and a clubhouse with pro shop — plus, free shuttle service to and from the resort — and you can see our PGA National Estate course is a must play.
Perhaps the most highly-anticipated new golf course opening in the U.S. last year, Andy Staples’ “The Match” is a golf course is a truly distinct golf experience that is destined to generate spirited conversation among golf course design enthusiasts for years to come, while also providing a canvas for players of all abilities to enjoy all the thrills of golf — albeit in a non-traditional setting.
The Match Course combines classic golf course design principles with a radical take on format. Here you’ll get to experience a modern twist on the “Template” holes that inspired golden age golf architecture’s foremost names including Seth Raynor, C.B. MacDonald and Donald Ross. As far as competitive format, the intention is for you and your playing partners to engage in some type of match play, be it best ball, foursomes, skins, whatever. The hole’s winner (or loser — again, you decide) gets to choose the tee location for the next hole, introducing a strategic element to the competition you won’t find anywhere else. And if you’re on a bit of a time crunch, not to worry. House rules dictate that players who are “out of the hole” are expected to pick up, meaning you can count on a fast round at 3 hours or less.
The Match’s turfgrass is cut to fairway height across the entire playing area to place an emphasis on the ground game. Creative approaches and strategic chipping areas present multiple options for trajectory and strategy around the green. Hazards are minimal, with fewer than 20 natural rough-hewn, irregular-edged bunkers in play to keep things fun!
The Staple - “The Fun Little Nine” at PGA National
Grab a few short irons and a putter and get ready to have some fun.
The First Assistant Superintendent is responsible for golf course maintenance operations, and staff under the leadership of the Golf Course Superintendent to ensure healthy growth of the golf course and clubhouse grounds grasses, trees, wetlands, and other plant materials. The duties include assessing and providing guidance and expertise to maintain rigorous industry and environmental standards in turf quality, including use of specialized knowledge in various fields of agronomy and horticulture. Based on such knowledge, the First Assistant is responsible for making recommendations and decisions to address or direct others to address any issues with turf quality in conjunction with the direction of the Golf Course Superintendent.
The First Assistant Superintendent will participate in hiring, training, and developing all staff, to include ensuring the staff is working within OSHA, club safety, state and federal guidelines for safe working conditions.
World’s Largest Network of Private Clubs and Golf Courses.
High-end Country Clubs in family focused environments.
Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k.
Additional career and earnings growth.
Upward mobility in the world’s largest network.
Train and Implement Procedures for Golf Course Maintenance Staff
Assign and evaluate performance of daily tasks
Perform Chemical and Fertilizer applications
Daily water management of Practices Greens, Tees, and Fairways
Daily setup of course for member playability
Manage daily employee projects
Daily management of traffic control
Daily evaluation of turf for wear, disease, moisture, cut quality, growth rate, etc.
Identify efficiencies and make recommendations
Ensure that Three Steps of Service are followed by all Staff:
i. Warm welcomes- greeting members and guests in a professional manner upon interaction
ii. Magic moments- creating the more memorable experiences for members and guests during their visits and
iii. Fond farewells- sending the members and guests off with a positive experience.
Ensure all company policies, standards of operations, manuals, standards of conduct, safety rules, and policies against harassment are strictly followed by all staff and member/guests (including prompt intervention, investigation, and documentation).
Conduct performance evaluations of Golf Course Maintenance staff and crew as directed in a timely basis.
Provide appropriate feedback to staff, and recommendations to Senior Management regarding compensation, advancement, and training needs.
Determine appropriate personnel action (counseling, written warnings, suspension or termination) in the event of performance, attendance problems or violations of company policies coordinate with Human Resources, Legal, and Senior Management as necessary.
Assign and develop work-efficient schedules to meet staffing needs of Golf Operations and as warranted, recruit and hire staff to provide superior level of member services.
Develop relationships with members to promote golf activities.
Immediately address and resolve member/guest complaints.
Effective communication with staff, members, and Senior Management.
Ability to work well under pressure, coordinate multiple tasks, and attention to details.
Ensure that all direct reports adhere to ClubCorp standards regarding dress code.
Conduct oneself in a professional manner and always maintain a professional image.
2-3 years’ experience in Golf Course Maintenance
Min 2-year College Agronomy Degree required
Pesticide Applicators License required
Advanced knowledge of regulatory requirements and recordkeeping as required by local, state and federal laws
Diplomatic team player able to foster relationships with Members, Employee Partners and guests
Bilingual (English - Spanish) communication ability preferred