Texas A&M Golf Course 56 Years of History Learning Outcomes – It is my hope that you will learn… · T he basic statistics of the Texas A&M golf course. · You will get some apples to apples comparisons to a local course and to the average public course.
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56 Years of History
Associate Director of Rec Sports
First career was food service – 12 years in management
1991 returned to school and worked at Briarcrest Country Club on the golf course crew
1993 Graduated from Texas A&M with BS in Agronomy with Turf Management Option
1993 Promoted to Assistant Superintendent at Briarcrest Country Club
1996 Accepted position at Texas A&M Golf Course as superintendent
2001 Promoted to Assistant Director of Rec Sports
2003 Promoted to Associate Director of Rec Sports
Open 364 days a year, dawn to 9:00 p.m.
71.2 course rating with a 121 slope rating
5 long par threes, 4 par fives, and 9 mid length par fours
10 holes with water in play
* FTB – Full Time Budgeted
** FTE – Full Time Equivalent
$0.00 Student Service Fee
$0.00 State Contribution
-$20,445 University Fee (1,363 rounds)
$0.00 Other Fees
$850,000 Green Fees, cart rentals, tournaments, etc.
$149,750 Supplies – Fertilizer, chemicals, sand, plants, scorecards, pencils, toilet paper, etc.
$112,250 Utilities, Services, Fees, Insurance, Parking, University Fee
$48,000 Cost of Merchandise sold
$540,000 Wages & BenefitsIncome Expenses
Payment methods for membership passes
Cash, Credit Card, Check
Monthly Draft (Costs a little more)
Payroll deduction (A&M Faculty or staff)
Fee Option (Students only)
Total Renovation Costs $ 4,376,000
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