Are you a skilled and passionate mechanic with a love for golf and maintaining top-notch equipment? Bent Tree Country Club is seeking a dedicated Golf Course Mechanic to join our team in Dallas. As a Golf Course Mechanic, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the condition of our golf course equipment, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable experience for our members and guests.
Perform routine maintenance and repairs on golf course equipment, including mowers, tractors, and utility vehicles.
Conduct preventative maintenance to extend the lifespan of machinery and equipment.
Troubleshoot and diagnose mechanical issues, providing efficient and effective solutions.
Maintain detailed records of maintenance tasks, repairs, and equipment inventory.
Collaborate with the management team to ensure equipment readiness for daily operations.
Adhere to safety protocols and maintain a clean and organized work environment.
If you are a dependable and skilled mechanic with a passion for maintaining golf course equipment, we invite you to apply for this exciting opportunity at Bent Tree Country Club. Join our team and contribute to the exceptional experience we provide to our members and guests. To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter detailing your relevant experience to firstname.lastname@example.org.
High school diploma or equivalent; formal technical training in mechanics preferred.
Proven experience as a mechanic, preferably in a golf course or outdoor equipment setting.
Strong understanding of small engine repair, hydraulics, and electrical systems.
Ability to work independently and prioritize tasks effectively.
Attention to detail and a commitment to delivering high-quality work.
Excellent communication skills and a team-oriented mindset.
Flexibility to work weekends and adapt to changing priorities.
About Bent Tree Country Club
Originally built in 1972, the Bent Tree Country Club par 72 layout was the design work of renowned golf course architect Desmond Muirhead. Utilizing his knowledge of designing courses in the flat terrain of Florida, Muirhead first carved out the many water features around the course and then used the excavated material to form the elevated tees and greens, and to mold the meandering fairways. Over the next few years, multiple species of new trees were added to help define the course flow and to add beauty to the revived cotton farm.
Then, thirty years later, in 2002, the Club’s Board of Directors empowered nationally known architect Keith Foster to rebuild and rework the original blueprint and upgrade Muirhead’s design into a more traditional and timeless layout. The result is a beautiful par 71 course that is highlighted by water features testing players on 14 of the 18 holes, 62 chiseled and brilliant white bunkers that define the driving zones and putting complexes, and exquisite Bentgrass putting surfaces, considered by many, especially our Club members, to be the finest in the Metroplex.