After seven years at the helm, Riverside Golf Club general manager Frank Tedeschi has resigned from his tenure.
But the former store manager of Wills is set to go out with a bang as the club celebrates its 90th anniversary with a celebratory dinner on Saturday night.
Returning to the club to take on the role in 2013 after years of absence, Tedeschi is very thankful for those that have made his life easier.
"After seven years, I've seen some great things happen here," he said.
"I've been involved with some fantastic people who have made my life as GM quite easy in terms of admin, caterers, professionals and green-keepers, the committees that I've had in the last seven years and volunteers that have just energised me.
"I love my job but I just felt like the finish line wasn't too far away and I vowed and declared that when I felt that it was near time, I'd hang up the boots and allow new ideas and someone with fresh ideas to come on board and take it over."
His much-loved club are currently advertising for his replacement, who will take on the administration and function side of the business, but Tedeschi intends on sticking around to help his successor as well as staying on at the club as a member.
He says the chance to celebrate the club's 90th anniversary on Saturday night under social distancing restrictions is a fantastic opportunity to reflect on the club's storied past and look forward to the exciting future.
"It's something that when you look back 90 years ago, they originally had an area out at Hoblers Bridge - a nine-hole course there - and then another three or four years later, they moved to the Riverside site.
"Everyone's pretty excited that here we are 90 years down the track with a beautiful 18-hole golf course with our membership on the increase and some exciting things happening with not just golf but also with FootGolf and croquet now.
"We are working towards doing a bit more of that, not just golf, and allowing people to understand they can be a part of the golf club whether it be the golf or FootGolf but also having functions or even just coming down for a meal on a Friday night."
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