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Trappers Turn Player Assistant Part-Time

posted November 16, 2017

Trapper's Turn
Wisconsin Dells, WI
453110 l

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  • Demonstrate assertiveness and be pleasant at the same time. Example: If a player or group refuses to follow your instructions, DO NOT ARGUE. Contact the golf shop immediately and hold down the radio button when talking to the people so we may hear the conversation.
  • Check with the golf shop for any unusual or special instructions, such as cart paths only etc.
  • Always have a tee sheet available and a radio in good working condition, a first aid kit, and also an air horn.
  • Keep pace of play moving.
  • Pick up any trash on the grounds.
  • Report in every 25-30 minutes, even if there is nothing to report.
  • Make course loop in reverse order (18 to 1 or 9 to 1).
  • First contacts with all players should be positive and friendly.
  • If you think a group might be slow, contact the starter to find out their starting time.
  • Periodically update the pro shop with on course events such as slow groups etc.
  • If a group is behind, check to see if they are holding up play.
  • If they are not holding anyone up, leave them alone; if they are, ask them to do their best to speed up.
  • Continue on to the next group and inform them that you have asked the group in front to speed up and to keep pace with them.
  • Continue backwards in this manner. If a group that you have talked to about slow play has not caught up, or has fallen further behind, contact the golf shop so action can be taken.
  • During a double tee start, the ranger must be aware of the positions of the first and last group to tee off #1 and #10 for crossover purposes.
  • Keep the golf shop informed of any bad weather in the area. If the golf shop suspends play, proceed according to the lightning policy.
  • Turn in time sheet with radio to the golf shop at the end of the day.
  • Participate in department meetings and Daily Promise meetings.
  • Report all concerns and problems to the Director of Golf.
  • Ensure friendly and courteous customer relations at all times, identifying and welcoming current patrons and work to identify and grow future business through guest relations.
  • Keep an open line of communication with all departments and keep them posted on what is happening in the department.

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled


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Trapper's Turn

2955 Wisconsin Dells Parkway
PO Box 176

Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965

Reservations (800) 221-8876

Golf/Country Club

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In an area carved by glaciers, with the scenic Wisconsin Dells countryside as their canvas, two-time U.S. Open Champion Andy North and world renowned golf course designer Roger Packard have created what many consider to be the ultimate type of course. 

A Championship Dining Experience. Dining at Trappers Turn boasts breathtaking views and elegant space for up to 250 guests inside while the popular veranda still offers a peaceful view of our finishing holes. Dining choices span from traditional fare to uniquely original masterpieces created by Trappers Turn's own culinary team.

At Trappers Turn, each group outing receives the same attention to detail that goes into hosting a first class tournament. For your corporate outing, charity event or special occasion, our award winning staff is committed to creating an experience you, your clients, associates and friends will long remember! 

  • 27 holes of championship golf.
  • Steve Stricker holds the course record with an 8 under par 64.
  • The original name of the golf course was Trappers Canyon.
  • Trappers Turn has 102 acres of rough, while only 34 acres of fairway.
  • There are 13 holes where water comes into play.
  • There are 82 bunkers on the golf course.
  • Trappers Turn is home to such wildlife as whitetail deer, beaver, osprey, eagles, sandhill cranes, and a once sighted black bear!