In this section you can view comprehensive data from the 2015 and 2011 AGCA salary reports and also view the key industry Awards that cover the greenkeeping profession.
2015 AGCSA National Salary Report
Again conducted in conjunction with Golf Management Australia with the assistant of Golf Business Advisory Services, the 2015 AGCSA National Salary Report has been expanded to provide key salary and total remuneration data for six major course maintenance positions - course superintendent, assistant superintendent, course foreman/3IC, qualified greenkeeper, groundsman and mechanic.
2011 AGCSA Wage and Salary Survey Report
Conducted in conjunction with Golf Management Australia, the 2011 AGCSA Wage and Salary Survey Report provides key salary data for four major course maintenance positions - course superintendent, assistant superintendent, qualified greenkeeper and mechanic. This section also contains a link to the original AGCSA wages and salaries survey conducted in 2007.
2010 Award Modernisation
As of January 1, 2010, the Federal Government’s Award Modernisation came into effect. The key objective of award modernisation is to reduce the number of awards in the system, by creating awards with national coverage across industry and occupational lines. For the golf industry, this has seen greenkeepers covered under three awards, the most relevant being the Registered and Licensed Clubs Award. The Gardening Services Award and the Amusement, Events and Recreation Award also cover some sectors of our industry.