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Lakewood Country Club

6800 West 10th Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80215

This club uses CMAA's General Manager/Chief Operating Officer Concept.
Age of Club Number of Members Average Age of Members Club Ownership
115 605 40 Member-Owned
Gross Dollar Volume Annual Dues Volume Annual Food Sales Annual Beverage Sales
$9.70 $4.70 $2.90 --

Golf Facilities

  • 18 hole course, par 71

Tennis Facilities

Tennis facilities unspecified

Swimming Facilities

  • 1 Outdoor

Other Athletic Facilities

Dining Facilities

  • Men's Grill
  • Member's Grill
  • Private Function Room
  • Private Function Room
  • Ballroom

Special Club Features

For over a century, Lakewood Country Club has been a haven for golfers and a favorite gathering place for our members. Surrounded by beautiful views, our award-winning course has been recently redesigned and offers several challenges to any golfer. With over 48,000 square feet, our clubhouse and our dining room have played host to Cardinals, PGA winners, and delighted guests for many years with their
culinary creations.

Our course was designed in 1908 by Tom Bendelow, and it was one of the first courses ever designed in the United States. This once barren prairie land now boasts a PGA Top-100 course and has played host to local, state, regional, and national events, including three USGA Championships and one Trans-Mississippi Championship.

Lakewood Country Club is one of Colorado’s oldest and most respected private country clubs. Lakewood has been host to many state and regional tournaments throughout its history of over 100 years. Three USGA Championships and one Trans-Mississippi Championship have been held at Lakewood.

It features a rolling, wooded golf course that was once a farm. The original layout, designed by Tom Bendelow, had dirt fairways and sand greens. By 1910, the course had expanded from 9 to 18 holes, and the course was “turfed” with grass greens and fairways, replacing the sand and dirt. The highly regarded Donald Ross redesigned the course in 1916. In 2017, Gil Hanse—the architect of the Olympic course in Rio, Brazil, restored several Lakewood Country Club holes back to the original Donald Ross style . Many excellent players have called Lakewood home throughout the club’s 100-year history, including Mildred “Babe” Zaharias.

Club is open 6 days per week, 11 months per year.

Job Details

Date Posted


Job Title

Assistant General Manager

Brief Job Description

This position works closely with the General Manager.  Responsible for the general operation of staff functions relating to Food and Beverage, Facilities Maintenance, Aquatics, Men’s Locker Rooms, and Fitness. Supervises the work of the Managers and the Directors of these departments. Responsible for overseeing all club operations to ensure that the amenities and services consistently exceed the expectations of members and their guests.


  • Manages all aspects of the club in the absence of the General Manager
  • Participate in planning and developing the annual business plans.
  • Approves plans, budgets, staffing and general operating procedures for the Food and Beverage, Facilities Maintenance,  Aquatics, Men’s Locker Rooms, and Fitness.
  • Monitors respective budget and directs the taking of corrective action as necessary to assure that budget goals are attained.
  • Functions as an administrative link between departments.
  • Monitors internal cost control procedures.
  • Actively participates as a liaison member on Club Committees, working alongside members and staff to achieve the Club's strategic goals, recognizing the vital contributions of both members and staff to the Club's overall success.
  • Coordinates with HR for training programs.
  • Monitors safety conditions and employees’ conformance with safety procedures; updates emergency plans and procedures and assures that effective training for these programs is conducted in all departments.
  • Receives, investigates and acts upon complaints from club members, guests and employees.
  • Participates in on-going facility inspections throughout the club to assure that cleanliness, safety and other standards are consistently attained.

Candidate Qualifications

Five years of management experience in a similar high-end club or like environment. Must have extensive knowledge of all areas of clubhouse operations and a strong F&B background:

  • Display a high level of energy with a hands-on approach,
  • Fosters open and transparent communication throughout the organization,
  • Attention to detail ensuring nothing falls through the crack,
  • A great understanding of culinary standards and a commitment to superior service,
  • The ability to see the big picture while maintaining that critical eye for detail,  
  • Demonstrated experience effectively managing accomplished staff, that have longevity with the Club as well as, hiring and retaining good talent,
  • Possess an outgoing and friendly personality with the ability to embrace and understand our members and employees,
  • Genuine appreciation for the game of golf.

Educational Requirements

A bachelor’s degree in business administration, Hospitality Management or equivalent is required.  Professional certifications (CCM, CCE) or similar professional development achievements are preferred but not required.

Date Position Available


Salary Range

$95,000.00 to $109,999.00

Other Benefits


  • Participation in the Club’s 401K
  • Relocation assistance
  • Golfing privileges 
  • Paid time off
  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Performance and bonus factors can increase compensation

Please send resumes to:

Tom White
General Manager
6800 West 10th Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80215
PHONE: 303.327.1301

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