But if you thought managing a coffee shop or bistro was challenging enough, you had better think twice about this move. Going into country club management brings with it a new set of challenges. For one thing, you are probably going to be saddled with more tables to serve. And not just one coffee shop on the premises, probably more. The exclusive country club venue could reach a scale bordering on the exclusive boutique mall.
And you must also know that some of these country club members could be a lot more discerning than the regular clientele you might have become accustomed to. If not that, they could be downright demanding. There are those who expect a service for which they have already paid. So, you had best do what you can to be of service to these ladies and gentlemen. Or else you could lose your license. If not that.
Your reputation could be damaged. If you want to get into country club management, you had better show the club owners what sort of material you are made of. You would also probably need to show club board members a clean pair of heels. And a clean pair of hands. Because you do know what it is like these days. Everything, literally everything, must be fully and properly cleaned and sanitised. But if you are the owner of a country club.
Or at least a board member with that sort of responsibility. And you’re finding it rather challenging to keep your club on a level footing. You could apply your mind to professional country club management. You and your fellow members would have to budget for the fees they might wish to charge. You should regard it as a good return of your investments.