FAQ

You may be curious about some aspects of Golf course management. This is why we have put up answers to some of the most frequently asked questions on Golf course management.

Question 1: what exactly is the career path towards becoming a Golf course manager?

Answer: There is no particular career path towards becoming a Golf course manager except that you need to be educated and acquire some managerial experience in the field of golf course management to become a manager. Certifications and technical expertise are very relevant.

Question 2: Are there paid internships for Golf course management career programs?

You can apply for Internship anywhere but the question of getting paid will depend on the financial capabilities of the Golf course management. Larger golf course management teams provide paid internship opportunities for students, and these students may be hired on a permanent bsasis if they show proof that they can really grow in the industry.

Question 2: how much do Golf course managers charge members of the public to play golf on their turf?

It depends on your membership category. However, non-members may likely pay more than registered members. The more upgrades you have on your membership, the lessyou need to pay and the more facilities you have access to. Non-members are normally charged based on a per-usage basis, and such basis can be very expensive.

Question 3: why don’t Golf course managers allow me to play Golf anytime I want, even though I am a registered member?

Most Golf Courses have a time table and season when their course and facilities are opened for usage by the members or the public, and it is important to be aware of this time-table before requesting for the usage of the facilities (most golf courses paste their timetables at the entrance of the Golf course. If you are a member, you will likely get access to the course facilities almost every day of the week except such days when maintenance or facility upgrades will be carried out.)

Question 4:Can I use my relative’s membership to use any Golf course facility?

It depends on the category of membership you are using.

Question 5: Do paid members of a golf course have any input in the running of the Golf course?

In most cases Golf course management asks for suggestions from members and the public on how to provide better services.

Question 6: Does Golf course management allow visitors to use Golf course facilities without membership?

There are open-days when members of the public are allowed to take a tour of golf facilities without registering as members of the Golf club. This will help them develop interest in the game and they can even register during such open days.

Question 7: Does Golf course management allow the transfer of membership?

Most Golf course managers allow members to transfer their membership to their family members for certain reasons. These reasons are listed and attach to the membership forms or cards, and can be confirmed by the non-member after the transfer.