Royal Dornoch on hunt for hospitality staff and caddies as club gears up for busy season with return of international travellers
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ROYAL Dornoch Golf Club is braced for one of its busiest ever seasons.
The return of international travellers to the Highlands has prompted the club to bolster its food and beverage team.
General manager Neil Hampton said the expected demand from members and visitors had created five new full-time, permanent clubhouse posts.
He revealed that the packages on offer included access to Royal Dornoch, which is regarded as one of the world’s finest golf courses, and subsidised accommodation.
“Unprecedented demand from international members for tee-times has already forced us to close the book to visitors for the season ahead,” said Mr Hampton.
“We have a loyal, experienced team here but, looking ahead to what will be a very busy season, we feel it is timely to bring in additional personnel for catering and front of house roles.
“While applicants don’t have to be golfers to enjoy all the Highlands have to offer, the lure of enjoying access to our two famous golf courses might just prove to be an ace up our sleeve.”
The club is also seeking additional caddies to meet demand from visiting golfers.