If you have 5 roommates you can afford to live and work here
Hyatt itself is good hotel chain to work for. But the golf side of it is not all its cracked up to be. The environment is fun, but the pay stinks. Unless you are giving lessons every day and a few on your days off, you are looking at a whooping 23k-26k a year. Here in SD that does not work which is why I have left. Hyatt itself brings in enough revenue but cant pay golf staff a decent wage to make a living. $20 for a sleeve of golf balls and minimum wage is pretty much what most people get. Management have been here for a combined 30 years and don't show signs of leaving. So if you want to promote moving or relocating is a very likely possibility. Honestly if the pay was better per hour, I would have better outlook and be more motivated. But it is tough knowing Im going to spend 8 hours at a place and get paid less than 98 percent of golf professionals in San Diego. If you have a few roommates and can afford it, this would be an amazing place to work.
Free golf, golf industry perks