9 years served proudly with the Host of the Greatest Show on Grass The Phoenix Open
Assistant Golf Professional / Golf Instructor (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – July 9, 2014
If you like change, this company is for you. As the seasons change so do the clientele and their expectations. If you can constantly adjust to a new job almost yearly then you will love this. I however was able to stay with the Instruction and club-fitting aspect of the business because it was very interesting to me. Working for all the different celebrities that come through on any given season was a treat. The general Managers liked the numbers that were being produced from sales so I was asked to stay.
waste management phoenix open passes every day for you and guests
golf is not economy resistant at the high-end level. it is played with discretionary income.
Food & Beverage / Banquet Server (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 30, 2016
A great setting to learn the skills of team building and implementing different strengths to achieve the same goals. Excellent customer service and quality hospitality to please members, guest, and professional golfers alike.
Great to meet and bond with the members and their families.
Supervisor of pool and tennis area (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 2, 2016
The TPC is a country club which requires members to pay monthly fees to access the facilities. Due to the large fee and lavish presentation, members often expect immaculate customer service. In order to consistently live up to the high expectations of the customers, it was extremely important for management to be very organized and, "hands on" with their employees. Although this created a stressful working environment, it taught me how to work under pressure and to never lose my composure when something goes wrong.
Former kitchen employee (Former Employee) – TPC River Highlands – June 24, 2014
Not a place to advance your career; management does not recognize Executive Chef as an asset to the club; position requires LONG hours and poor leadership from management in general & front of the house. Best part is the members but management doesn't care about them either. Doesn't pay enough as compared to other Chef positions in New England....
horrible gmanager, lack of staff (you will do everything including make employee meal), not respected as a dept head
Former Employee (Former Employee) – TPC RH – June 24, 2014
Do NOT work at this club if you want a good, honest work place! New Management has managed to ruin a beautiful work environment within the first couple weeks of his position. Management holds staff meetings with dip in his mouth, employees drink alcohol on the clock, staff is miserable, Managers come and go as they please, members are unhappy. You will be expected to work 7 days a week without a break. Do yourself a favor and look else where for a club with managers who respect their employees!
free lunch that you will supply even on your days off!
new management is terrible, bad employee moral, horrible pay!
There were many facets to this job, and it was a great way to become a well rounded employee at the Club. I was responsible as an assistant to the General Manager and did many duties from summarizing and writing reports after meetings to helping plan special events to be held at the Club. Great phone and people skills was also a necessity and I screened and intercepted all of the Managers calls.
free lunches!...and delicious!!
replacing someone who had been a long-time "cornerstone" at the facility
Great place to exhibit your personality and provide great customer service. Fun to interact with the golfers, members, and patrons in the restaurant. No real opportunity to advance. Management not concerned about staff at any level.
Cook (Former Employee) – Dearborn, MI – April 27, 2012
this company showed me how to operate a business. beside me working in the kitchen, anything that i wanted to know the took the time out to help me understand. the pay was great we often recieved bounses and extra holiday pay. my co-workers made me want to come to work because the environment was filled with laughter while maintaning our assigned duties.