Your director of agronomy or your superintendent, is really such a key role. You’ve gotta ask yourselves, “What is the most prioritized of competencies that we need?” Some clubs need someone who’s very approachable, and interactive with memberships, to help explain conditioning, and process practice out on the golf course. Others need someone who can just get the job done, and who’s got frankly, a green thumb. Yet others need someone who is a great manager of the budget, and of programming, and works very collaboratively with not only the golf professional, but other key members of the staff. But it’s really taking a step back, and really asking yourself first and foremost, where do you want your director of agronomy or superintendent to spend the most of his or her time?
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