The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent assumes responsibility of the golf course, golf course personnel, golf course equipment and club grounds.
18 hole golf course
9 hole Par 3 course
Willow Creek Golf Academy and Driving Ranges
Club house grounds and landscaping
Open space and club property including wooded areas
All club maintenance facilities
Responsibilities and additional functions include:
Supervise and oversee all construction, renovation and/or reconstruction of such properties, whether performed by the maintenance staff or outside contractors.
Directs trains and supervises maintenance staff for the purpose of maintaining such properties.
Accepts full responsibility and control of all irrigation repairs and all maintenance aspects of the irrigation system.
Operation of a radio controlled irrigation system and its’ central computer system.
Participates in and/or supervises all chemical and fertilizer applications.
Ability to schedule and supervise maintenance work to achieve the most efficient utilization of workers and equipment; prepare clear and concise reports; and maintain effective employee and public relations.
Uses his/her agronomic and administrative expertise to achieve agreed upon maintenance standards.
During June, July and August, the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent assumes 100% responsibility for the syringing of all golf course greens, tees and fairways whenever on duty when deemed necessary. The Assistant may pull other grounds crew from their said duties to help accomplish this task.
Communicates daily with Pro Shop and WCGA personnel to discuss course conditions, goals, activities and anything deemed unusual or ground under repair.
Communicates with the Golf Course Superintendent on a daily basis and keeps he/she informed of all ongoing crew and maintenance activities.
The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent should fill these following standards
Associates or B.S. in related field or ten years or more experience within the field.
Knowledge of agronomy and turfgrass management practices.
A working knowledge of golf course construction principles, practices and methods
A thorough understanding of the rules of golf.
Requires administrative ability with emphasis on problem solving and decision making.
Knowledge of Excel, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Office.
Requires a working knowledge of current federal, state and local laws and regulations affecting the management of golf course operations.
Requires participation in continuing education seminars with participation with local and national organizations.
Requires a current state certification or licensing as a pesticide applicator, or the ability to obtain one within 60 Days.