Who Should Make the Most Money?

March 2007
Golfdom;Mar2007, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p10
The article reports on reader responses to the question of who should be the highest paid employee at a golf course. Fifty two percent declared it should be the club manager or general manager, while 46 percent said it should be the course superintendent. The club professional was the choice of only 2 percent.


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