Responsible for assisting the Director of Agronomy and Golf Course Superintendent in the operating functions of the Golf Course Maintenance Department. The operating functions could include: Turfgrass/plant material maintenance programs, property/asset management, assisting with forecasting and expense management, scheduling and maintenance of irrigation systems, pesticide applications, related recordings, and compliance of regulatory issues as directed by the Superintendent. Reporting to the Superintendent.
Day to Day:
Assist Golf Course Superintendent in providing agronomic direction for the healthy growth of the golf course Clubhouse Grounds grasses, trees, wetlands, and other plant materials.
As directed, supervise the crew, and assist with job scheduling and responsibilities.
Supervise the application and recording of chemical applications on the Clubs grounds in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations.
Supervise the safe use and maintenance of the golf course mechanical equipment by employees.
Assist in implementing maintenance programs set by the Golf Course Superintendent.
Ensure staff is working within OSHA, Club safety, state, and federal guidelines for safe working conditions. Provide technical, operational, and safety training for employees as directed.
About Quail Hollow Country Club
Quail Hollow Country Club is located 30 minutes to east of Cleveland in Concord Township. The property consists of 380 acres and comprised of 36 holes of championship golf.
The Devlin course designed by Bruce Devlin and Robert Von Hagge in 1974 and opened for play in 1976. The course plays approximately 6723 yards from the championship tees and as short as 5018 yards from the forward tees. It is a parkland style course with many tree lined fairways and many mature hardwood trees. The greens and tees approximately 3.5 acres each, fairways 15 acres are a mixed stand of Poa annua and Creeping bentgrass cultivars. While the rough consists of 85 acres and are a mixed stand of Perennial Ryegrass, Creeping bentgrass and Kentucky Bluegrass. The course consists of native push up greens with an approximate 5-6” sand cap and tees.
The Weiskopf course designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish opened for play in 1996. The course plays 6851 yards from the championship tees and as short as 5064 yards from the forward tees. The course is a links style course with wide open fairways and larger greens. The greens and tees approximately 3.5 acres each, fairways 26 acres are a mixed stand... of Poa annua and Creeping bentgrass (Providence on greens and Penn Trio on tees and fairways. While the rough consists of 105 acres and are a mixed stand of Kentucky Bluegrass and Perennial Ryegrass. The course has USGA spec sand-based greens with sand caps on tees, while the fairways are native push up soil.