Black Creek Club is a private club in Chattanooga, TN. Designed by Brian Silva, a former GolfWorld Architect of the year, the course opened in September 2000 to rave reviews and has continued to receive numerous accolades in the 21 years since. The course features Bentgrass greens and Bermuda grass tees and fairways. Steep bunkers abound as the course was layed out in the fashion of Golden Era architect Seth Raynor. We are currently looking for an up and coming agronomic professional with a passion for turf and golf to assist the Superintendent in daily functions.
Working knowledge of the maintenance of golf course greens, tees, fairways, and bunkers.
Experience with safe pesticide and fertilizer applications.
Demonstrate the ability to efficiently manage staff and equipment.
The ability to work in a team environment with good communication skills.
Though not required, formal education in the turf field will receive special consideration.
Additional Salary Information: Black Creek Club offers its full time employees an extensive benefit package that includes Healthcare, Dental, and supplemental insurance coverage. Additionally, a 401K is available with employer match. PTO is accrued throughout the year. Other benefits include; golf privileges, employee meals, uniforms, and an option for on site housing.
About Black Creek Club
Black Creek Club was designed by Brian Silva, a Golf World Architect of the Year and opened in September 2000. Taking cues from the Golden Age designs of Seth Raynor and Charles Blair Macdonald, Silva reintroduced vintage elements such as squared-off green corners, deep bunkers with steep walls, and, of course, maximum employment of the natural terrain. The result is a thrilling challenge to enthusiasts, an invitation to beginners, and a way to experience this beautiful game in its most classic and idyllic form. Black Creek Club is located in Chattanooga, TN. Also known as "Gig City", Chattanooga is a riverfront city with a vibrant downtown while surrounded by the endless recreational opportunities in the nearby lakes, rivers, the Cumberland Plateau, and the Appalachian Mountains.