The Stadium Course Superintendent will work alongside the Player’s Course Superintendent under the supervision of the Director of Agronomy in continuing improvement of the property and provide exceptional playing conditions for our growing membership.
Schedule cultural practices for Stadium Course
Assist with irrigation
Assist with spraying
Communicate with the Golf Pro shop
Plan out long term agronomic practices with Director of Agronomy
Manage Crew and Tech positions
This is a great position for a 1st assistant looking to take the next step in their career. The right candidate will be exposed to all facets of golf course maintenance and gain experience at a premier 36 hole facility. A successful hire will be one who adds to a positive and fun working environment with the emphasis on preparing that candidate to manage their own golf course in the near future. We are a part of a growing management company that promotes from within and will soon own five golf courses in Florida.
Have the ability to obtain a Florida Pesticide Applicator License
Be committed to continuing education and professional advancement
Have a minimum of two years management experience
Benefits include medical and dental insurance, life insurance, paid vacation and personal days, holiday bonus, dues to national and local associations, opportunity to play in local chapter events.
TPC Prestancia is a private golf club located in Sarasota, Florida located in the Palmer Ranch community.
The Club is a member of the Tournament Players Club network operated by the Heritage Golf Group and features two golf courses on 565 acres. Created by the PGA TOUR in 1985, The Stadium Course was designed by Ron Garl in consultation with Mike Souchak, and the Players Course, designed by Robert Von Hagge in consultation with Bruce Delvin. In 2007, the facility was sold to the Heritage Golf Group, but retained its TPC branding under a licensing agreement.
TPC Prestancia hosted the Chrysler Cup from 1987 to 1994, and the American Express Invitational from 1996 to 2000, both tournaments on the Senior PGA Tour.
About Sarasota, FL
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