Greenville, S.C.– Greenville Country Club has expanded its guest services team to include Chip Hughes as its new Clubhouse Manager.
“We recognize that Chip will be a vital member of the Greenville Country Club staff,” Greg Hobbs, Greenville Country Club’s General Manager, said. “He is dedicated to providing quality service to membership and we are confident in his ability to manage a multiple course and multiple clubhouse operation. Chip will continue to provide a high standard of excellence for our membership.”
Originally from the Upstate, Chip returns to South Carolina from Augusta, Georgia, where he served as the Assistant Clubhouse Manager for the Augusta National Golf Club over the past two years. Chip brings an abundant skill set to the position having overseen over 1200+ employees during the Masters Tournament. He previously served as the Food and Beverage Manager at Colleton River Plantation Club in Bluffton and began his career at the Thornblade Club in Greer, working his way up to Assistant Clubhouse Manager.
Hughes said, “As an Upstate native, I am excited to ‘come home’ to the Greenville Country Club and lead a remarkable guest services team at the Clubhouse,” Hughes said.
About Greenville Country Club
A Greenville family tradition since 1895, the Greenville Country Club(“GCC”) is one of the South’s most historic and prestigious country clubs. The Club blends historic Southern charm, professional etiquette and private family warmth for an unmatched social athletic experience. With two championship golf courses, a 17-court lighted tennis complex, a three-pool aquatic center and a new 45,000 square foot Clubhouse with fitness and wellness center recently opened, members of Greenville Country Club enjoy an extraordinary club experience. Follow Greenville Country Club on Facebook, Instagram, Twitterand LinkedIn.