Golf Course Superintendent Reviews

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Based on 83 responses, the job of Golf Course Superintendent has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.14 out of 5. On average, Golf Course Superintendents are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Golf Course Superintendent?

July 2014
10 Years Of Misery To Get A Good Job.
Golf Course Superintendent:
Start out going to one of the major courses in the area, and be prepared to work. Working long hard hours for minimum pay is the only way to work your way up the ranks. All the good superintendent jobs are going to assistants from the big courses. The smaller courses no longer can pay a decent wage because the number of rounds have dropped. Until the economy picks up, the outlook for this occupation is bleak.
January 2015
You need to be aware of the weather & concentration.
Golf Course Superintendent:
Pros: No one pushing your buttons all the time.
Cons: When it rains it holds thing up that need to be done.
February 2017
It's good.
Golf Course Superintendent in Indianapolis:
Pros: Outside, beautiful landscapes.
Cons: Management, salary, budget.
August 2017
Golf Course Superintendent in Madison:
Pros: Culture, people, environment, restaurant scene, active city, healthy city.
Cons: It's difficult to find quality employees in this field.
January 2018
Mentor work.
Golf Course Superintendent in Mentor:
Pros: The people are wonderful.
Cons: Traffic is a little bad but generally its ok.
February 2019
Enjoyment.
Golf Course Superintendent in Harwood:
Pros: My owner of the golf course
Cons: amount of resources being wasted