The Player Ambassador/Starter serves as the face of CommonGround. This position is responsible for managing the start of play as well as the pace of play on for golfers playing the Championship golf course. Position duties include:
$14 to $15 per hour

    General Responsibilities
  • Assist with setup and teardown of the league and/or tournaments.
  • Assist with pulling carts and putting away carts.
  • Maintains inventory levels of guest supplies on the 1st & 10th tee boxes.
  • Coordinate weather delays with Golf Shop and assists patrons.
  •  Maintain inventory levels of guest supplies on Ambassador Cart – tees, pencils, scorecards, and first aid kit.

    As Starter
  • Check-in and record all players at the first tee.
  •  Perform starter’s orientation to all groups.
  •  Inform and emphasize the pace of play and other playing expectations for the course.
  •  Communicate effectively with the Golf Shop and Player Ambassador to manage play.

    As Player Ambassador
  •  Accurately records tee-off times, turn times, and finish times.
  •  Promotes any “on course” activities.
  •  Manage all on-course play.
  •  Communicate effectively with Golf Shop to maintain accurate records concerning all groups’ pace of play.
  •  Check course water coolers daily and communicate with Player Services Attendants.
  •  Fill divots with sand and fix ball marks on greens as time permits.
  •  Greet on-course customers and provide assistance where needed.
  •  Inform groups of their pace and enforce pace of play rules in a friendly manner.
  •  Assist in pulling out and putting away carts as time permits.

  • Ability to work nights, early mornings, weekends, and holidays if needed.
  • Self-motivated
  • Great people skills

  • Must be at least 16 years of age and have a valid driver's license.
  • Previous experience in a golf-related service position is preferred.

  • Work performed is physical in nature and requires sufficient stamina and strength to:
    • Occasionally squat and kneel to perform golf instruction and assist in course maintenance.
    • Frequent step-up/down and to safely operate and enter and exit golf carts and vehicles.
    • Occasional lifting of up to fifty (50) pounds from the floor to overhead to empty buckets of range balls into machine.
    • Ability to operate a variety of equipment, including pickup trucks, golf cars, and other golf operations-related equipment.

  • Discounts on apparel and golf equipment.
  • Discounts on employee meals.
  • Playing and practice privileges.
10300 E. Golfers Way, Aurora, CO 80010