Website Brooklawn CC
Brooklawn Country Club is a private country club in Fairfield, Connecticut. Founded in 1895, Brooklawn became one of the earliest members of the United States Golf Association (USGA) when it was admitted on January 22, 1896. Brooklawn's championship golf course traces to a nine-hole layout, designed by members shortly after the club's founding. In 1899, the first professional hired by the club was Tom Morris, the great nephew of Old Tom Morris, and the grandson of Old Tom's brother George, who laid out the links at Hoylake (now Royal Liverpool) in 1869. In 1911, the acquisition of additional property enabled the course to expand to 18 holes. In 1930, the course was completely redesigned by the noted architect A.W. Tillinghast, and it continues to undergo improvements under the direction of architect Ron Forse. Brooklawn has hosted four USGA championships: 1974 U.S. Junior Amateur (won by David Nevatt), 1979 U.S. Women's Open (won by Jerilyn Britz), 1987 U.S. Senior Open (won by Gary Player), 2003 U.S. Girls' Junior (won by Sukjin-Lee Wuesthoff ). The Club is scheduled to host the 2021 U.S. Senior Women's Open.
The ideal candidate has previous retail experience as a Golf Shop Manager at a private, public, or resort facility.
Candidate must be personable, hard-working, and able to multi-task.
Candidate should be neat in appearance and conduct themselves professionally.
Some Responsibilities Include:
Daily use of Northstar Inventory/point-of-sale system
Provide top-level service to all members and guests
Assist professionals with daily golf shop operations
Assist Head Professional with strict inventory management
Pricing and labeling merchandise to be sold
Coordinate with accounting to ensure prompt payment of invoices
Maintain professional appearance at all times
Maintain a positive and helpful attitude with regards to all membership and staff interactions