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  • We're hiring - be part of our team delivering an outstanding course

    We’ve an exciting opportunity to join our team as an Assistant Greenkeeper. 

    Our mature parkland course regularly hosts top regional events, including the 2019 Midland County Championships and 2019 Derbyshire Amateur Championships.

    We’re going from strength-to-strength and are already looking forward to hosting a Mizuno Pairs event in 2021. Our vision to build on the quality of our course to maintain and grow our reputation as one of the finest clubs in the region is clear.

    As part of our team you’ll play a key role in that and have the opportunity to develop your skills through on-going training.

    Knowledge, Skills & Experience:

    The ideal candidate will have the following minimum qualifications and attributes:

    • Minimum of NVQ level 2 in sports turf management (or equivalent)
    • Good understanding of health and safety
    • A good understanding of machinery operation
    • A keen eye for detail
    • Flexible, organised and hands on approach
    • PA1, PA2 and PA6 spraying certificates
    • Chainsaw licence CS30 CS31 (desirable)

    This is a physically demanding role which requires working outdoors in all weather conditions.

    Benefits include:

    • 28 days holiday (Including Public and Bank Holidays) – rising to 33 days after five years continuous service
    • Contributory pension scheme
    • BIGGA membership
    • Full uniform
    • Training
    • Discounted golf club membership

    Salary:

    £18,870-£24,684 dependant on experience and qualifications.

    Closing date: Sunday 28 June 2020.

    Application process:

    Please apply in the form of covering letter and C.V. to:

    Joe Walsh, Course Manager
    Chesterfield Golf Club,
    S42 7LA

    Or email: coursemanager@chesterfieldgolfclub.co.uk

  • Come and play CGC - we're now able to welcome visitors

    We’re now welcoming visitors to play our course following an enforced suspension during the height of the COVID-19 outbreak.

    From noon each Sunday we release tee times for the following seven days (Monday-Sunday). These can be for any number of players up to fourballs.

    All tee times cost £35 per player. Bookable times for visitors are:

    After 1.30pm Monday-Friday
    After 3pm on Saturday-Sunday

    We’ve suspended our on-line booking facility and all booking must currently be made by telephoning our professional team on (01246) 276297.

  • We're underway - welcome back!

    One of the most inviting sights in golf – a freshly cut first fairway to aim for!

    We’re back underway with ‘safe golf’ on the first day of play being allowed following an enforced COVID-19 shutdown.

    Initially, due to pressures on tee times brought about by social distancing restrictions, play will be for members only, in a maximum of two-balls, with online booking and stringent social distancing measures in place.

    The clubhouse will remain closed, in line with Government guidance.

    Wherever you are playing, enjoy your golf, stay safe and we look forward to welcoming you to Chesterfield Golf Club later in the year.

  • It’s good to be back!

    We’re all set to be back on the course on the first day 'golf lockdown' is lifted.

    Measures are in place to ensure safe golf, which follows guidelines laid down by the Government and Golf England, is played from Wednesday 13 May.

    Initially, due to pressures on tee times brought about by social distancing restrictions, play will be for members only, in a maximum of two-balls, with online booking and stringent social distancing measures in place.

    The clubhouse will remain closed, in line with Government guidance.

    Wherever you are playing, enjoy your golf, stay safe and we look forward to welcoming you to Chesterfield Golf Club later in the year.

  • COVID-19: following guidance and remaining hopeful

    Our golf course and clubhouse remain closed in accordance with Government guidance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Four of our greens team remain on-site to ensure the golf course is in good condition when we are given the all-clear to resume golfing activities and we are hopeful this will not now be far away.

    Our Secretary-Manager Sean Boyle continues to work, predominantly from home to comply with movement restrictions, and can be contacted by email: secretary@chesterfieldgolfclub.co.uk

    We will continue to follow guidance from the Government and England Golf and update our website and social media channels as further information becomes available.