The 2 Types of Golfers You Will Hire – Choose the Right One
I am often asked, “Which golfer is the best choice for my golf course?” The answer is simple. There are only two types of golfers in the world. You’ll need to decide which type is right for your course.
The first type of golfer is an average golfer. He or she is a good person and plays frequently enough to be about average compared to most golfers. This person will have a handicap somewhere between 10 and 20, depending on the course and conditions. This golfer likes playing the game and has some general knowledge of it. This person will typically play once or twice per week, usually on weekends or holidays with friends or family members.
This golfer is generally very pleasant to be around, never complains and is always willing to help others improve their game. This person is not afraid to ask questions and is willing to try new techniques or equipment that may improve his/her game. While this type of golfer may not be able to win any tournaments, they will almost always finish a round with a smile on their face because they had fun while playing golf.
The second type of golfer is much different from the first one.
There are 2 types of golfers you will hire. They are both successful in their own right but they take very different approaches to the game. One of these approaches is going to be the one you want on your team because it will be the one that will move your business and career forward the most.
There are several measurements for success in golf but only one that matters for this conversation. It’s not how many birdies you make, it’s not how low your handicap is and it’s not how much money you make from either betting or winning tournaments. What matters most is how much money you make from playing golf as a business.
Now that we’ve got that straight let’s talk about these two golfers you will hire.
The first one is a great golfer. He hits the ball far and straight, he chips it close and he putts well enough to win on tour. He makes good decisions on the course and his temperament allows him to stay away from trouble without being afraid of making some risky shots when needed. He practices hard, plays often and has a great reputation as a player.
The second golfer is also a great player but doesn’t have quite as good of a reputation with other players in town because he can be a
I am often asked, “which type of golfer should I hire for my job?”
The answer is: it depends on the job.
If you want someone to play a round of golf with you and be nice and polite, then you want a Social Golfer.
If you want someone to win money from you at golf, then you want a Competitive Golfer.
If you want someone to help fix divots on the green, rake your bunkers or shovel your snow, then you want a Social Golfer.
And finally, if you want someone to run your golf course and make it profitable and successful, then what you need is a Competitive Golfer.
There are two types of golfers on the market. One type you want to hire and the other type you don’t.
The first golfer is easy to spot: They have a great attitude, they like working with people, they’re hard workers, they do what they say they’re going to do and they can be counted on every day.
In short, these are the type of people you always want to hire. The problem is that not everyone fits into this category.
The second golfer is also easy to spot but in a different way: They’re quick to blame others when things go wrong, they don’t like taking orders from anyone and they only show up when they feel like it.
These are the types of people you don’t hire because they can cause more problems than they solve. But there’s another reason why you shouldn’t hire them, and that’s because it’s just not worth it.
The truth is that most people are pretty good at their job and will do it well if given the chance. The reason most people fail is because they don’t get enough support or training from their bosses . . . or because the job just isn’t for them in the first place.
So, you are planning to build a golf course. You will be hiring two types of people for this project: a golf course designer and a construction manager. Hopefully, there is no third type of person. You want to ensure the job gets done right and within budget. To do this, you must hire the right person for each job and know what kind of person you are hiring.
The Golf Course Designer
The golf course designer is an artist. He or she will work with you to determine the overall design of your course. The more time you spend on this process, the better your final product will be.
You will likely have to pay the designer up front. A good designer will spend many hours designing your course before construction even begins. The better the designer, the more expensive they will be. But they will also save you time and money in the long run by doing a better job up front.
The Construction Manager
The construction manager is a builder. He or she will oversee all aspects of construction and make sure everything gets built correctly and on schedule. This person is responsible for quality control and making sure that any changes to the original design get approved by you before being implemented on site.”
There are two types of golfers: the one that loves the game, and the one that loves money. In the business world, we call them “golf pros” and “assistant golf pros.” A golf pro is a person who has played the game for years and wants to show newbies how to play. An assistant golf pro is a golfer who just wants to earn some extra cash on the side by teaching others how to play.
When you are hiring a golf professional, look for someone with experience. Someone who has played for many years, or at least has had some success in tournaments, will be able to give you pointers on your swing or other techniques that will help you improve your game. You should also look for someone who can teach you the basics of the game, such as how to putt or which club is best to use. You might want to hire a golf instructor if you don’t know much about the sport or if you want someone who can help you learn more about it before you start playing.
An assistant pro is a great choice if you need some extra cash while working at home or while traveling. These individuals are generally skilled at the game but do not have an extensive knowledge of it like a golf pro does, so
I remember when I first became a manager in my early twenties I hired two types of people: the first type was what I called the “yes man” who did everything I said without question. The second type was the one who asked questions, wanted to know why and seemed more interested in understanding than doing.
I didn’t like the second type at all. I thought they were being sarcastic. But over time I realized that the type of people who questioned me and wanted to understand the why behind things ended up being the ones who succeeded.
The ones who just did what I said without question, well, they just never contributed anything to make our team better. They could follow instructions but couldn’t lead a group or make decisions on their own.
I think this happens with young managers all the time, especially when we see ourselves as leaders rather than teachers. We want to be followed not questioned.