Website Country Club of York
The Country Club of York has a history rich in tradition and excellence. Set on a hillside overlooking Southern York County’s pristine farmland, the Country Club of York has charmed generations of members with its historic beauty, relaxed atmosphere, and best in class amenities. The club was established in 1899 and the golf course was designed by the famous golf course architect, Donald Ross. Our rich history includes hosting the 1974 Pennsylvania Women’s Amateur, 1989 Pennsylvania Open, 1994 Pennsylvania Mid-Am, 1999 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship won by Hunter Mahan, 2011 Pennsylvania Women’s Amateur, 2012 Women’s Eastern Amateur, four U.S. Women’s Amateur Qualifiers, and the 2015 Pennsylvania Open. The club hosted the 2017-2021 Men's U.S. Open Local Qualifier.The club features all the amenities found at upscale member-owned clubs. The clubhouse consists of 45,000 square feet of space and is faced with native stone that was quarried on site. The large clubhouse contains both indoor and seasonal outdoor dining, a Ballroom that seats 300, six other rooms that seat 360 and boasts Food and Beverage sales over $3 million dollars. The club has a large pool area with cabana that is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. There are 3 har-tru tennis courts, 2 hard top tennis courts and 3 paddle tennis courts. Excellent practice facilities include a large grass tee range, and a newly constructed short-game area and wedge range. The club maintains around 700 total memberships, which play approximately 19,000 annual rounds of golf.
Country Club of York is looking for a Seasonal Assistant Professional with a positive attitude and professional appearance. The candidate needs to have an outgoing personality with excellent communication and public relation skills. This candidate needs to be a proactive worker with a strong attention to detail and a strong desire to excel and advance in a career as a Head Golf Professional. The appropriate candidate will report to the Head Professional.
– Visible, easily approachable, and pro-active in nature
– PGA Class “A” Member or soon to be
– MUST have strong desire to become a PGA Head Golf Professional
Duties as follows, but not limited to:
– Assist with the supervision and training of PGM Interns and Golf Shop Attendants
– Perform and assist in Managing Daily Operations in the Golf Shop and on the Course
– Serve as Starter and Ranger
– Management of Various Tournaments & outings
– Assisting with all Merchandising Functions
– Participate in the Junior Golf Program and associated Instruction
– Providing Professional Services as appropriate such as Club Fitting, Club Repair, etc.
– Be an active ambassador for an exceptional Golf Experience
– Play with member groups frequently
-Meals while on duty