I work at a very prestigious golf course in Sydney, Australia. The members of the golf course are some of the most elite members of our society, and have plenty of cash to spend. As a result, we strive to create the most comfortable and luxurious club spaces, whilst fostering competition to keep the members returning week after week. As you can imagine, the more they return, the more money we make.
It’s nearing the beginning of winter now, and members are slightly less likely to brace the cold weather for a hit of a golf ball than they are in summer. It’s our job to make sure that when they come into the club rooms after a game of golf, they are warm and toasty. Last week when we were testing out our heating system, we ran into a bit of trouble. Thank goodness we checked before it was time to have the heater on constantly, because the last thing we would want is for our system to be out of action when our members need warmth. Usually for issues like this we have a maintenance man, however our heating system is maintained by an outside professional. This company has always handled our heating repairs. Sydney golf courses are fantastic, with ours being one of the best in the state. That is why we must have measures such as regular maintenance in place, to ensure the highest quality standards for our members.
When our heating system maintenance man arrived, he suggested that we upgrade to a more efficient system, both financially and environmentally. We trust this company’s opinion, and therefore our golf course will be moving to ducted heating. Sydney can get rather cold, and this ducted heating will control our climate better than our current heating system. We are always open to upgrades, and we were happy to make this transition for this winter.
Being a staff member at this golf course is very rewarding as the level of prestige of our members is often bestowed upon me too.