Golf Course Superintendent — The Golf Club at Texas A&M (College Station)


The Golf Club is an 18 hole, daily fee club located on the campus of Texas A&M University.  The course was originally built in the 50’s and designed by Ralph Plummer.  In 2013 the golf course was completely re-built and designed by Jeffery Blume Ltd.  The USGA spec greens were grassed with Mini-Verde and the rest of the property with Celebration Bermudagrass.  The tees and fairways were sand capped 6 inches during the renovation.  Most of the equipment is John Deere and is in the first year of the new package.

The Superintendent will be required to be a strong leader, extremely organized individual, and have an extensive eye for detail.  Maintaining the golf course in excellent playing condition according to company standards, is expected every day.  The Golf Course Superintendent is responsible for all activities related to the care and maintenance of the golf course, grounds and equipment.  Will work in conjunction with Director of Agronomy for Sterling Golf, to plan and implement budgets.  The Superintendent will strive to create a high-performance team of co-workers, while maintaining a positive, safe, enjoyable work environment.  When considering candidates, Sterling will be looking for a minimum 3 years Superintendent or 1st Assistant experience.   2-4 year degree is required.  TDA pesticide applicators license will be an expected requirement for the GCS.    The club is managed by Sterling Golf and with there ever increasing portfolio of courses, there will be opportunities for advancement within the company for motivated individuals.

Salary Range:  $55,000-65,000 annually, vehicle package, health care provided, discounted food, cell phone allowance, annual PTO, dues paid for local and national organizations, uniforms and golf privileges at all Sterling Golf Properties.

Send Resume To:  Carter Hindes, Director of Agronomy, Sterling Golf Inc., Houston, TX

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