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Lead/Head Associate Professional : Ladies' Golf Club of Toronto

About Us: 

Ladies' Golf Club of Toronto was founded in 1924 by Ada Mackenzie, and is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Designed by legendary golf course architect Stanley Thompson,  the club has hosted a variety of provincial and national championships.  


Ladies' Golf Club of Toronto - Thornhill, ON
Job Summary
The Lead Associate Professional is responsible for providing exceptional hospitality to all members and guests of Ladies' Golf Club of Toronto. The Lead Associate Professional will also efficiently deliver club events, and lead daily operational procedures of the Golf Shop, and deliver a high-quality lesson experience to all categories of our golfing community. The Lead Associate Professional will lead by example and exemplify the position of a leader to all employees in promotion of the Club.
  • Leadership by providing positive reinforcement to create high morale among employees
  • Tee time management and assist with on course pace of play initiatives
  • Assists the Head Golf Professional in organizing and conducting all club tournaments including league play and outside events 
  • Golf Shop Operations – oversee all daily Golf Shop Operations, including overall presentation, cleanliness, daily procedures, and creation of monthly Golf Shop schedule
  • Assist the Head Golf Professional with the creation of promotional & marketing campaigns, in order to provide ongoing communications and drive sales.
  • Lead retail sales and merchandise management including a strong product knowledge
  • Club fitting specialist and fitting day participation 
  • Maintain and enhance vendor relations
  • Assists the Head Golf Professional with the design and promotion of all golf-related events
  • Assists the Head Golf Professional with annual and monthly budgets for the golf operation
  • Leads monthly inventory checks, implement policies for inventory control, data input, and packing slip/invoice maintenance 
  • Orders supplies associated with golf activities.
  • Assists the Head Golf Professional in maintaining an attractive, and well-merchandised Golf Shop. 
  • Provides private lessons to Members and Guests.
  • Supervises Golf Shop personnel.
  • Supervises Assistant Golf Professionals on staff.
  • Interviews, hires, schedules, and supervises all Golf Operations staff.
  • Assists the Head Golf Professional in interpreting and enforcing golf rules and regulations.
  • In absence of the Head Golf Professional, will take a leading role in Golf Operations department. 


  • To deliver a high standard of instruction to members, seasonal golfers, and Academy participants through group lessons. 
  • Commit to continued professional development
  • Class A Member in good standing of the PGA of Canada
  • 3-5 years of experience
  • Strong communicator with excellent organizational skills
  • Must be a self-starter and able to work with minimal supervision
  • Knowledge of Jonas POS & Tee Sheet and Golf Genius TMS an asset
  • Merchandise & Retail experience an asset
  • Club repair, fitting, and strong teaching interest an asset. 
  • Hardworking and reliable
  • Must possess the ability to interact with people using sensitivity, diplomacy, tact, and professionalism at all times.
  • $52,000 - $56,000 base salary, commensurate with experience, to be negotiated.
  • 100% of private lesson revenue 
  • Group Health & Dental Benefits (after 3 months of employment) 
  • Staff Uniform Allowance 
  • Playing Package
  • PGA of Canada Dues Paid 
  • Professional Development Allowance 
  • Club Bonus 
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Employment Duration
This is a year-round, full-time opportunity
Contact Information

How to Apply:

Deadline -  Sunday March 3, 2024 

Please forward your resume and cover letter in PDF format to Jaime Steedman, Head Golf Professional 

Please Include “Lead Associate Golf Professional” in the subject line.

We would like to thank all applicants for their application, please be advised that at this time we will only be contacting the candidates under consideration. 

Ladies’ Golf Club of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to further diversification of ideas. In accordance with the AODA Act, accommodation will be provided throughout the recruitment process to applicants with disabilities.