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GlenArbor Golf Club | Bedford Hills, NY
General Manager

About the Club

Providing a collegial combination of golf, fine dining and camaraderie, the GlenArbor Golf Club was founded in 2001. The Club is located on 200 acres in northern Westchester County, on grounds that were originally developed in 1917 as the White Estate – one of the largest, historic estates in Westchester. GlenArbor’s master plan preserved the property’s historic roots as benefitting its heritage. The award-winning, Mark Finlay designed, 33,000 sq-ft clubhouse overlooks the first and eighteenth fairways and offers stunning views of the course and surrounding landscape. Formal and informal dining options are available along with a number of private dining and meetings rooms in which to host intimate and larger member events.

To learn more about GlenArbor’s rich history and culture, and why it is the leader in the metropolitan area for membership satisfaction, please visit the Club’s website.

Gary Player was carefully selected to design and transform the land while preserving its native beauty into a world-class golf course, proudly calling it “his masterpiece.” The Par 72 course measures 6,981 yards and hosts under 10,000 rounds annually. The 9-hole short game facility was also designed by Player and is part of the Club’s renowned teaching program. The state of the art Teaching Center is open year-round and operated by passionate teaching professionals that truly customize the experience for the membership.

The Club is dedicated to conservation and has been recognized for its leadership in bluebird research and its farm garden initiatives. The dining experience is further enhanced by produce from GlenArbor’s own organic gardens.

The Club is open from the middle of March until Christmas Eve. The indoor Teaching Center remains open for lessons throughout the winter. During the season, the Club is open six days a week (closed Tuesdays for golf outings). Lunch and dinner are served six days a week. Dinner service on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday offer a casual menu, while service on Friday and Saturday evening is more formal. Sunday service features a BBQ.

About the Position

The General Manager is responsible for managing operations of GlenArbor Golf Club consistent with the direction and policies established by the Chairman and President. The General Manager will further refine the already existing high quality service, amenities, and products, ensuring the highest levels of member satisfaction. The Club is renowned for exceptional hospitality therefore making it critical for the General Manager to further nurture this aspect that defines the “GlenArbor Experience” and makes the Club a very special place.

The General Manager reports directly to the Chairman and President and supervises and partners with the following senior management team members that will include: Executive Chef, Food & Beverage Operations Managers, Events Manager, Wine Director, Facilities Director, CFO, Director of Golf, Head Golf Professional, Director of Instruction, and Golf Course Superintendent.

About the Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate have experience in top tier, golf-centric private clubs and/or luxury resort settings and demonstrate success with growing and maintaining high quality golf outings, private event business and membership. Success in driving à la carte dining usage is highly desired. Candidates should also be excellent leaders, delegators, and motivators with a strong set of credentials in hospitality, financial management, sales and marketing, and golf operations.

A college graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Hospitality Management or equivalent is required. Professional certifications CHA, CCM, CCE or similar professional development achievements, are highly desired.

Apply for This Position

Interested candidates should complete the Club Management Candidate Profile Form and submit a compelling cover letter and resume for consideration. For further assistance or to recommend a candidate, please contact Dan Denehy or Alison Savona at 203-319-8228 or by email at