Cornwall’s St Enodoc Golf Club has strengthened its management team with the appointment of two Deputy General Managers following a recent recruitment process.
The club is delighted to announce that George Tunbridge has accepted the role of Deputy General Manager (Operations) and will work alongside Nicki Reader who has been promoted from her current role of Accounts Manager to Deputy General Manager (Finance).
The two new Deputy General Managers of St Enodoc Golf Club, George Tunbridge (l) and Nicki Reader
Joining us from his current role of Golf Operations Manager at The Berkshire Golf Club, George has recently been awarded a CMAE management diploma and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management from Bournemouth University. In addition to an extensive knowledge and love of the game, he is a three-time club champion across two clubs and currently enjoys a handicap of +1.
Nicki’s promotion reflects the roles and responsibilities she has in carrying out a range of administrative and organisational duties at the Club as well as deputising when required. After gaining a BA Hons in History from Sussex University, Nicki qualified as an affiliate of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. She has a long association with St Enodoc which began in the early 2000s when she worked in the clubhouse bar in between winter ski seasons.
“The addition of two Deputy General Managers at St Enodoc will ensure that the club continues to provide an efficient and professional service to both our members and our visitors alike as well as the smooth running of the operational side of the club,” says General Manager, Simon Greatorex.
“The club is going from strength to strength which has necessitated the need to create these two new appointments.”
The Norman Church that sits at the edge of the Church Course at St Enodoc, Cornwall
The St Enodoc Golf Club, established in 1890, is home to the James Braid-designed Church Course which is regularly recognised as one of the top championship links courses in England whilst the Holywell Course, a shorter and less challenging layout compared to the main course, is ideal for juniors, beginners and higher-handicap golfers.
For more information on St Enodoc Golf Club, visit www.st-enodoc.co.uk