ROARING GAP CLUB

http://www.roaringgapclub.com/

  DURATION OF CONTRACT

  • May - October

 

POSITIONS AVAILABLE and HOURLY RATES

  • Servers / Bartenders: from $16.00 (commensurate with experience)

  • Culinary: from $14.00 (commensurate with experience)

Note: additional income available from private parties as well as a season end bonus in an amount based on how much members donate to the employee fund. 

 

WORKING HOURS PER WEEK

  • Working hours per week: full-time schedule, at least 35 hours per week; hours will vary depending on business volume and department

 

HOUSING

  • Shared housing is provided on or off club premises;

  • Type of Housing – apartments or homes

  • 2 people per room

  • Housing is co-ed

 

HOUSING COST (per week)

  • Housing Cost: NONE

  • Housing deposit: $200 (refundable at the end of the season if housing is left as it was found, with no damage)

 

MEALS

  • Meals available: 1 meal / shift

  • Cost of meals: NONE

 

GENDER

  • Males – yes

  • Females – yes

  • Couples – yes

 

CLOSEST AIRPORT

  • Charlotte Douglas Intl., North Carolina

  • Airport pick-up provided

 

DRUG TESTING / BACKGROUND CHECK

  • Drug Testing – Random post-hire testing

  • Background Check - YES

OTHER INFORMATION

A Pinehurst Pedigree The club dates back to 1925, when Leonard Tufts, president of Pinehurst Inc., and a group of affluent North Carolina businessmen, proposed the development of a private mountain community to reside during the summer months.

 

Pinehurst had already become a popular winter enclave in the Sandhills, and Tufts envisioned a companion golf retreat with the perfect climate for his Yankee clientele, who were tiring of their long trip back north every summer. In 1926, Roaring Gap Club was formed, and Tufts served as the first president. In fact, brochures and press releases referred to Roaring Gap as “the Pinehurst of the Mountains”. Because Roaring Gap started as a joint venture with Pinehurst Inc., Tufts made sure that Donald Ross, his golf director in Pinehurst, was the hands-on architect from start to finish. After all, Ross already had made quite a name for himself outside Pinehurst by designing courses during the summers throughout the northeast.

 

Until 1938, even Ross' assistants at Pinehurst, including Palmer Maples, interned as head professionals at Roaring Gap every summer. When recounting Roaring Gap's golf legacy, few clubs can claim such a distinguished start. Realizing this, the club has recently shown a greater sense of appreciation for their golf course and its architectural integrity. Naturally -- the club figured -- a layout so intimately tied to Ross and Pinehurst should be taken seriously three generations later. Today it is ranked 82 in the top 100 Classic Courses in America.

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