Golf Course Marshal



Do you enjoy the sport of golf and providing customer service to others? We are looking for a Golf Course Marshal/Ranger at one of our communities to assist and keep the playing pace up so golfers don't have to wait long periods of time between shots.


As a Golf Course Marshal/Ranger, you'll patrol the course to ensure the pace of play is kept up. You'll assist and answer golfers' questions or concerns, and report any maintenance issues and emergencies to the maintenance department as needed.


  1. Monitor the pace of play and reduce distractions.

  2. Ensure all residents and guests adhere to the golf course dress code.

  3. Locate and protect errant golf balls.

  4. Promote safety and enjoyment of the spectators.

  5. Set up the course in the morning.

  6. Fill divots with seed mixture and fix ball marks on the greens.

  7. Communicate with residents and guests of the golf course in a friendly and courteous manner.

  8. Market the golf course, memberships and special rates to the daily fee players.

  9. Other duties as assigned.


  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Excellent customer service and communication skills

  • Professional appearance

  • Basic computer proficiency including the ability to use email and internet


At Sun Communities, you will be part of an industry-leading organization where you will be challenged, inspired, rewarded and transformed. We place a high priority on our team members, and this is a big part of what sets us apart. We will ask you to give us your very best every day, and will challenge you with interesting work, stretch assignments, a collaborative and supportive work environment and plenty of learning and growth. In exchange, we will reward you with great pay, cool perks, and flexibility.

  • 401(k) Plan with employer matching contribution

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Identity Theft Insurance

  • Team Member Perks & Discounts program with hundreds of discounts on things like travel, merchandise, mobile phone service, and more

  • Site Rent Discounts for team members who live in our communities

  • Various paid holidays, bereavement time and pay for jury duty

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