Golf Operations Assistant

May 2020 • Lookout Mountain, GA

What I liked

I love being in the middle of a golf-centered atmosphere. I enjoy carrying out the various tasks that make a golf venue operate well. I have responsibility, am held accountable for the decisions I make, and am consistently given positive feedback about the value I provide to the company at large. As a golfer, working at a premier facility such as the Mclemore enhances my job satisfaction even more.

What I wish was different

I experience friction with my managers mostly regarding procedural matters. I'm often a sounding board for them, yet I feel unequipped with answers to give. Also, I prefer highly structured procedural tasks, and sometimes my management does not adhere to preset policies, thus making my job more difficult.


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