Brief History: Shadow Glen was founded as a not-for-profit, private equity Golf Club in 1987 by James and Charles Sunderland of Ash Grove Cement Company. It is the centerpiece of a 4,500 acre master planned community in Olathe, Kansas with plans for approximately 6,000 homes, business, shopping and school districts, two golf courses and a hotel/convention center. Memberships in the Club were first sold in July 1988 followed by a Clubhouse and course opening in October 1989. The team of Tom Watson, Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish designed the 18-hole golf course which stretches to 7,051 from the championship tees. The course is nationally recognized and was named "Best New Private Course" by Golf Digest in 1989. It was ranked 82nd in "America's Greatest 100 Courses" by Golf Digest in 1995 and has been ranked in the "Top Five Courses in Kansas" by Golf Digest every year since its opening. 2009-2010 golf digest ranked the course #1 in Kansas City Area.  Club amenities include one of the finest practice facilities in the midwest and a Howard Nearing designed 22,000 square foot stone and cedar Clubhouse. Membership in Shadow Glen, the Golf Club is by invitation only at the direction of the Board of Directors. In accordance with the Membership Agreement and Club by-laws, the membership is limited to 340 dues paying golf members and 110 dining members to ensure a compatible membership and full enjoyment of the Club facilities. Two of the most attractive features of membership in Shadow Glen are the absence of golf starting times and full service in all areas of the Club.

Team Mission Statement: To provide an exceptional experience to our membership by setting high quality service standards.  We are committed to accomplishing this through teamwork, better efficiencies and communication while maintaining a positive and respectful work environment.

Current Openings:

Food & Beverage Service Staff
Snack Bar/Beverage Cart Service Staff

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