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  • 01 Oct 2020 9:31 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Hyde Park Golf and Country Club, Cincinnati Ohio

    Hyde Park Golf and Country Club is a Donald Ross Design private facility established in 1909 located in Cincinnati. The membership, over the past decade has invested in the infrastructure of the golf course and grounds with a new irrigation system, green drainage, bunker reconstruction, tee renovations and cart path enhancements. Recently, a facilities renovation including: golf practice area, pool, multiple structures and rackets facility. For more information about the course and the operations, please visit our blog at: www.hydeparkgolfandcountryclub.blogspot.com

    The Assistant-in-Training will collaborate with both Assistants and

    Grounds Superintendent on a daily basis with all facets of Golf Course and Turfgrass

    Management including, but not limited to:

    • Team leadership and task management of 20 team members
    • Mentoring of Turfgrass Interns
    •  Moisture management, irrigation repair and scheduling
    • Project management
    • Assisting in budget and program development
    • Application of pesticides and fertilizers
    • Membership updates
    • Attendance of Grounds Committee meetings
    • Vendor relations
    • Data collection


    Hyde Park provides an excellent opportunity to develop and hone skills in both turfgrass management and leadership. The ideal candidate will havecritical thinking skills, eager to learn, excellent work ethic and able to have fun in a team oriented atmosphere.

    Salary Range:


    Comprehensive Benefits:

    • Health Care, Health Savings Plan and 401k
    • Dental
    • Annual PGA tour/ USGA Event Volunteer Opportunities
    • Local and regional conference attendance
    • Meals
    • Cell phone
    • Golf
    • Uniforms


    Please forward resumes with references to:

    Pat O’Brien, MSc.

    Grounds Superintendent


  • 15 Sep 2020 5:36 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Job Description:

    "Manage the labor time, materials and resources needed to care for turf grass and landscape of grounds on golf course.  This includes mowing, watering and maintaining tees, greens, fairways and related areas along with repair of turf sprinkler system.

    If interested, please call Pro-shop at 937-866-4333."

    Thank you.

    Richard G. Denny, Sr.

    Jamaica Run Golf Club, Inc.

    8781 Jamaica Road

    Germantown, Ohio  45327

  • 06 Jul 2020 1:59 PM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Assistant Equipment Technician

    Position Overview:

    Under the direction of the Director of Grounds and Golf Course Operations and the Equipment Technician, the Assistant Equipment Technician at Kenwood Country Club works in the repairing and maintenance of various gasoline and diesel-powered golf maintenance equipment. The Assistant Equipment Technician also assists in maintaining a clean service area and maintenance building, contributes to a preventative maintenance program, and warrants safety procedures as a top priority. 


    • Communicates any needs or problems relating to maintenance or repair of equipment with the Equipment Technician.

    • Inspects diagnoses, adjusts and repairs mechanical defects/failures in various pieces of golf course maintenance equipment on a regular basis.

    • Works with Equipment Technician to prioritize equipment repair and maintenance work

    • Sets up and modifies new equipment as needed.

    • Repairs and adjusts engines and cutting mechanisms on various heavy and light mowing equipment.

    • Keeps maintenance equipment fueled, oiled and inspected; and performs related tasks as required.

    • Keep up with preventative maintenance schedule, i.e. oil, grease, air, gas, etc.

    • Inspect equipment on course.

    • Perform other duties as assigned

    Educational Requirements

    • High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) preferred.

    • One-year certificate from college or technical school; or three to six months related experience and/or training preferred.

    Experience Requirements

    • Valid Driver’s License and possibly a Commercial Driver’s License. 

    • Requires a working knowledge of the general operation of gasoline, diesel and electric powered equipment, the proper methods of servicing golf course equipment, and the repair and adjustment of power mowing equipment.

    • Basic math skills (addition, subtraction, division).

    • Requires a mechanical ability; ability to use common mechanical tools.

    • Requires the ability to maintain cooperative working relationships with other employees and the public.

    • Maintains a clean and safe work environment.

    • Requires assisting in a clean and well-organized parts inventory room.

    • Requires adhering to proper recycling and/or disposal of various oils, compounds and other fluids (antifreeze, oil filters, etc.)

    • Requires assisting in an effective, daily inspection of golf course maintenance equipment.

    • Position will be required to work a varied schedule that may include evenings, nights, and week-ends.

    • Reliable and predictable attendance is required.

    • Ability to develop and maintain awareness of occupational hazards and safety precautions; skilled in following safety practices and recognizing hazards.

    Job Benefits





    Sick leave

    Paid holidays

    Date Job is Available

    July 17


    $19.00 per hour++ DOE

    Job Application Instructions

    Please email resume to kturner@kenwoodcc.com

  • 30 Jun 2020 5:55 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Golf Course Superintendent

    O’Bannon Creek Golf Club is a private golf club in Loveland Ohio, a northeast suburb of Cincinnati.   The club opened in the summer of 1976 and over the years has played host to numerous local, state, and regional events. It was developed by the Club’s original charter members and was designed by Dennis Acomb.

    The member-owned private club opened on July 17, 1976, with 280 members. Many improvements have been made to the golf course and other facilities throughout the years, including the construction of the current practice facility in 1994 and the current clubhouse in 1998.

    The Club’s name is taken from the many creeks and streams that meander through the course and empty into the O’Bannon Creek, which borders the property. The creek was named after Colonel John O’Bannon, a surveyor for George Washington’s land.

    The Club offers unparalleled facilities and amenities that include an 18-hole golf course.  In addition to the championship golf course, O’Bannon Creek offers its members and guests, a state-of-the-art practice facility. Golfers of all abilities can work on both their long and short game on one of the finest practice facilities in the area. Over an acre of bent grass teeing area is available for full shot practice. 

    After a round, or anytime, members enjoy delicious food in the cozy, relaxing atmosphere of the beautiful restaurant. Service options include dining in the casual Grill Room with recently enlarged and remodeled Bar, the more formal Dining Room or outside on the covered Veranda.

    Throughout the year, the Club hosts a variety of events for members of every age to enjoy - from themed dining events, to holiday celebrations and golf tournaments.

    The golf course is open year-round (weather permitting) with the formal golf season being April 1st through November 15th.    In season, the Club is open 7 days a week.  This position is a full time, year-round position.

    • The current Golf Course Superintendent, who is respected by the staff, members, and the Board of Trustees, will be retiring in December after 43 years of service to the Club.  The Club is looking forward to welcoming fresh perspectives, ideas, and strategies with the arrival of the new superintendent.

    Here is the link to the Club’s web site: https://www.obannoncreek.com/


    • The Golf Course Superintendent shall have authority and responsibility for all operations of the grounds department.
    • This position will be responsible to provide a high level of maintenance to all acreage. The property consists of 187 total acres with 150 acres being the golf course.

    The specific duties of the Golf Course Superintendent are:

    l  Interview, hire, develop and supervise staff of 11-15 employees for the purpose of maintaining the property.

    l  Responsible for purchasing, storage and application of all related materials and equipment used in the department.

    l  With the Grounds Committee Chairman and the Director of Golf and Administration, prepare annual operating budgets for the department and capital improvements for the golf course and club grounds.

    l  Responsible for keeping accurate records relating to expenses, personnel, weather, inventories, maintenance of equipment, fertilizer, and pesticide applications.

    l  Maintains operation and maintenance of irrigation system, water wells, and pump stations.

    l  Plans all maintenance and project work, applying agronomic and administrative expertise to achieve the agreed-upon maintenance standards (as listed in the club’s Grounds Standards Manual) and long-range goals.

    l  Communicate regularly with membership informing them of course conditions and projects.

    l  Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of golf course maintenance equipment and building and all other buildings and structures on the golf course.

    l  Performs other tasks that may be reasonably requested by Grounds Committee Chairman and the Director of Golf and Administration.



    The successful candidate will:

    1.      Be a hands-on, self-motivated and enthusiastic team player and leader.

    2.      Have an approachable personality and be comfortable conversing with the membership, either as a group or one to one.

    3.      Be a person of high personal positive energy, work ethic, enthusiasm, and pride.

    4.      Have a proven track record of building, organizing, and mentoring a team of skilled employees.

    5.      Be visible and accessible to both the membership and the staff.

    6.      Exhibit a willingness to be open to new ideas and suggestions from the Grounds Committee and take action as necessary.

    Skills and Experience

    The successful candidate will:

    1.      Have proven experience with climate conditions and grass species in the mid-west region.  The club is primarily covered in Penncross bent grass.

    2.      Possess a degree in Agronomy from an accredited institution of higher learning or a Certificate of Agronomy.  (highly recommended).

    3.      Possess strong organizational and managerial skills.

    4.      Have the ability to implement systems and controls for all areas of the department.

    5.      Possess a knowledge of Human Resource issues.

    6.      Possess respectable written and verbal communication skills.

    7.      Have an eye for detail and the ability to maintain all related facilities at a high level.

    8.      Be experienced in equipment maintenance, purchasing or leasing, and upkeep.

    9.      Be familiar with and possess required certifications as required by the GCSAA,  OSHA and other compliance organizations, including a pesticide applicator’s license.


                The incoming Golf Course Superintendent will face a number of opportunities, including:

    1.      The development of a long-term master plan to keep the 44-year-old golf course relevant in the market.

    2.      Continue with the initiatives begun over the past few years:

    a.      Improve green conditions, speed, and health.

    b.      Level teeing areas and improve bunker conditions.

    c.       Increase drainage capability in playing areas.

    d.      Remove/improve trees, shrubbery and landscaping.


    The successful candidate can anticipate a compensation package that is commensurate for this position in the market at a club of this size and location.


    James K. Muldowney CCM


    Club Resources

                Jmuldowney@clubresources.com or  847-830-7048

  • 29 Apr 2020 1:32 PM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    chemical/irrigation tech/ assistant in training.  two years experience. Browns Run Country Club.  Go to  Brown's Run CC Facebook book page  to apply

  • 04 Mar 2020 6:07 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Majestic Springs Golf Club
    1631 Todds Forks Road
    Wilmington, OH 45177

    Majestic Springs Golf Club......the best kept secret in Southwest Ohio.

    2 years in a row Top 10 Public Course in Ohio.

    Top 5 Public Course in Greater Cincinnati Area.

    What started out as a Field of Dreams is now a reality, known as Majestic Springs Golf Club. After talking about the concept of a golf course for the better part of 10 years, the Mckay's dream finally became a reality. But the course didn't happen overnight, and it didn't come without a lot of hard work and dedication.

    The dream came into fruitation in the spring of 1999 with the opening of the front nine holes. And by the end of the summer, the 220-acre McKay farm was completely transformed into an 18-hole links style golf course designed by Ohio's own Barry Serafin, principal of Serafin Golf Course Design. Serafin has been designing and renovating award-winning golf courses since 1987 and his creation at Majestic Springs ranks near the top of his list.

    This course provides for some of the more natural and picturesque holes a golfer will find in the area. At Majestic Springs, Serafin based his creative design on the natural, challenging flow of the land here in Wilmington. His sensitivity to the existing environment resulted in Majestic Springs 220 acres of farmland becoming one of Ohio's most exciting courses, utilizing the famous links-style as defined by the natural features of the golf course. In fact, less than 200,000 yards of dirt were moved, one-third to one-half of what is typically moved to create a new course.

    Job Skills / Requirements- Serves as a lead worker on small projects or assignments. May monitor work in progress performed by Technicians, provides direction, trains, resolves routine problems and ensures work is completed as directed and in conformance with quality standards. Reports work progress and related information to Owner on a regular basis. Performs various grounds maintenance tasks to golf courses. Applies fertilizer, seed and pesticides to turf areas. Clears brush and fells trees. Mows rights of way, rough areas, fairways, greens, and other golf course areas. Plants flowers, shrubs, and trees. Waters and fertilizes plants, prunes trees and shrubs, weeds flower beds, and performs other gardening tasks as required. Plows snow and ice from roadways, parking areas and walkways. Operates a variety of golf course equipment such as various types of mowers, snow plows, string trimmers, chain saws, shovels, and other gardening tools to perform maintenance tasks, and monitors systems performance

    OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES- Performs minor mechanical repairs and performs routine preventive maintenance to small gasoline engines in tractors, mowers, pumps, trucks, etc. Changes oil, lubricates moving parts, checks fluid levels, replaces belts, etc. Assists in the training of golf personnel. Ensures safe maintenance practices are followed. Performs routine repairs to cart paths by patching pot holes, etc. Picks up litter in golf course area and performs routine duties. 

    EQUIPMENT OPERATED- Sprayer and other pesticide application equipment; tractor; snow plow; lawn mower; weed whacker; chain saw; shovel; various gardening tools; screwdriver; circular saw; hammer; wrenches; power tools, snow blower; backpack blower; pressure washer; and other standard industry equipment. 

    -Spray License required

    -Some mechanical experience/repairs preferred

    Salary - $60,000+ Depending on Experience

    Matching Retirement Available

    2 weeks Paid Vacation

    Email resume to Kevin O’Sullivan kevin@buypps.com

  • 12 Feb 2020 8:34 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Sycamore Creek Country Club is looking to fill the 2nd Assistant Superintendent position. The 2nd Assistant works directly with the Golf Course Superintendent and the Assistant Superintendent to direct and participate in the maintenance of the golf course areas, including but not limited to, tees, greens, fairways, and cart paths; supervises the maintenance and repair of motorized and other mechanical equipment; and does related work as required. The 2nd Assistant Superintendent may open the maintenance shop and run operations in the absence of the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistant Golf Course Superintendent.


    • Assists in planning and supervising the maintenance of greens, tees and fairways; schedules work; and supervises the employees and the use of the equipment.
    • Instructs equipment operators on the operation and care of mowing and other equipment; supervises pesticide applications and/or operates and calibrates pesticide application equipment; and supervises and participates in the operation and maintenance of pumps, and in the maintenance of irrigation and drainage systems.
    • Strongly motivated to align and partner with staff to complete all tasks to the highest standards and achieve team goals.
    • Assists in personnel management and evaluation, employee safety and personnel discipline.
    • May modify the daily work schedule based on professional interpretation.

    Employment standards

    • Knowledge of tools, methods, and materials used in grounds construction, landscaped area maintenance work and building maintenance and improvement.
    • Proficiency in computer use, knowledge of Microsoft Office and other applications as specified by supervisor.
    • Ability to operate trucks and light motorized equipment.
    • Knowledge of agronomy, turfgrass science and the rules of golf.
    • Ability to follow oral and written directions.
    • Working knowledge of basic electricity and hydraulics related to an irrigation system.
    • Possession of a valid driver's license.
    • Ability to obtain an Ohio Pesticide Applicator License.


    • $14.00 - $16.00 per hour depending on experience.
    • Health, Vision and Dental insurance.
    • Golf privileges.
    • Discounted meals at clubhouse.
    • Dues paid to local and national associations

    Interested candidates can email resumes and cover letters to bburke@sycamorecreekcc.org or call at (937) 748-1532.

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