Club Golf d’Aro – Mas Nou has reinforced its staff with new hires and structure, in a year in which the entire team has had to work hard to withstand and overcome the consequences of the pandemic.
And within this context, it is worth highlighting the retirement of the team’s oldest worker, the caddy master Antonio, considered by many golfers who visit the course as an endearing character linked to the course “for a lifetime.”
“Golf d’Aro team thanks Antonio for these more than 14 years of professionalism, work and dedication. We wish him the best in his new stage of retirement ”, says Rocío Aranda, director of the Club Golf d’Aro, before the club pays tribute to him with a small act of farewell.
The club has already introduced Gabriel Hernández and Adrián Montoto to its new team, two young people with great enthusiasm and initiative, who already both serve as marshalls and caddy masters of the club.
Another news this year has been the definitive transfer of the reception and offices, previously located in the emblematic Golf d’Aro farmhouse, up to the top, to the driving range facilities, next to the Golf d’Aro Academy.
There is the Proshop and there is more space for the management of the green fees, the sale of golf equipment and the administration. At the attentive service of the clients are Ester, Mònica, Beth and Marta.
Finally, the club’s management has thanked the gardening team for all the great work done during and since the months of confinement by Covid-19, which keep the Les Gavarres course in excellent condition.
Under the direction of Adrián Muñoz, head greenkeeper, the course has improved the state of the bunkers, revitalized the grass on the fairways and increased the speed of the greens. As proof of this, a family photo was taken, with all the machinery, in the antegreen of hole 18.