An excellent opportunity to join our Golf Course Management Team.



Join the team at one of the finest private international clubs in the world. Just half an hour from Glasgow, Loch Lomond Golf Club is often described as one of the most beautiful places on earth, and its members can enjoy golf, luxury accommodation, fine dining, country pursuits and a luxurious spa. As part of our team, you will look after a discerning membership spanning over 30 countries world-wide.

We are currently recruiting for a full-time greenkeeper within the Golf Course and Estates Department at Loch Lomond Golf Club.

Reporting directly to The Golf Course Management Team, the successful candidate will assist with all aspects of golf course management, maintenance and presentation.

Contract Type: Permanent

Pay: £24,960-28,000pa DOE

Hours: Full time (annualised hours)

We like to reward our employees with:

  • 30 days holiday rising to 35 days after 5 years’ service
  • Monthly gratuity payment
  • Spa discounts for you, your family & friends
  • 30% discount for staff on Ishga & Germaine products
  • 40% off all retail in our ProShop
  • Gym membership available from 1st November to 31st March, making use of our state-of-the-art Matrix Gym.
  • Staff can play one round of golf per month (April – October) at a cost of £3.
  • Refer a friend scheme

Please have a look at our benefits page to see what we offer our employees

Criteria for Greenkeeper role:

  • Have a passion for what they do, be motivated, flexible, hardworking and have a positive attitude.
  • Hold a recognised Greenkeeping qualification.
  • Hold a valid U.K. driving licence.
  • Provide own transport to and from work.
  • Under supervision, carry out effective turf maintenance by following established schedules and maintenance programmes.
  • Collection and interpretation of data.
  • Scout and identify potential turf problems and provide input for corrective solutions.
  • With training and supervision, be able calibrate, apply and record fertilizer, pesticide and seed applications.
  • Learn how to deal with highly challenging conditions and Member expectations.
  • An understanding of irrigation systems.
  • With training and supervision, be able to use a wide range of machinery and equipment.
  • Routine workshop practices.


“Providing the finest Members experience, whilst engaging in climate change adaptation, protecting nature, benefitting communities and conserving resources”

Our Commitment:

Prioritising our people and the environment is embedded into the fabric of the Club. Our workplace culture is values driven with a focus on nurturing, leadership, and integrity. We are committed to operating in a way that has a positive impact on the environment and our community.

If you feel you have the desired qualities and skills required and this position is of interest to you, please attach your CV and cover letter to your application. We would be delighted to hear from you.