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Sun, Jan 6 2019 10:19 PM by jacktrade51. 10 replies.
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  • peterrichter1 United Kingdom
    511 Posts
    Mon, Dec 31 2018 5:27 AM

    Can anyone out there tell me what the purpose and  duties/obligations (if any)  are in respect of directors/officers of Country Clubs. Should they contribute towards there country club? if so in what way. 

    PeterRichter1

  • lonniescott711 United States
    4,068 Posts
    Mon, Dec 31 2018 11:24 AM

    peterrichter1:

    Can anyone out there tell me what the purpose and  duties/obligations (if any)  are in respect of directors/officers of Country Clubs. Should they contribute towards there country club? if so in what way. 

    PeterRichter1

    That depends on the club owner as to what the directors do . They may do anything from setting up club tournaments to recruiting  new members . Its all up to the owner as to who gets assigned to whatever duties the club needs .

     

  • Duckster789 United States
    529 Posts
    Tue, Jan 1 2019 12:27 AM

    peterrichter1:

    Can anyone out there tell me what the purpose and  duties/obligations (if any)  are in respect of directors/officers of Country Clubs. Should they contribute towards there country club? if so in what way. 

    PeterRichter1

    It's an empty title.

  • alosso Germany
    19,840 Posts
    Tue, Jan 1 2019 1:04 AM

    Duckster789:
    It's an empty title.
    ...but you can fill it with meaning!

    From an organizing POV it's the same than Members and Veterans - "ranks" in a CC that can be awarded to CC members by the owner. The only difference is the Directors' numbers, limited by the CC's level.

    (Recruits are a tad different as that is the default rank when entering a CC)

    Inside the game software, permissions for seven types of tasks and allowances can be granted to each of the ranks by the owner.

    Further to that, owners may share any duties with any players in their CC whether they make them Director or not.

  • HackWilson1930 United States
    1,349 Posts
    Tue, Jan 1 2019 7:53 AM

    Clubs need leadership. I have seen orphaned clubs where the owner leaves WGT and the club withers and dies because there were no directors with any authority. But sometimes these orphaned clubs continue to be dynamic, thriving organisations because an owner had forethought to have a board of directors with unlimited powers. A club home with directors is far more inviting than a club with only the owner having the keys to the kingdom.

  • CEverett12 United States
    13,582 Posts
    Tue, Jan 1 2019 10:39 AM

    That will vary from club to club , Depending on the members and the owner . 

    They might have the ability to recruit new members .

    There might be a tournament director .

    They could have the ability to email all members .

    They could have the ability to update the club message .

    They should have personal information to the owners account and phone number Etc.  In case of the owners demise a director can access the owners account and transfer ownership .  (* Accessing another account is against the rules but might be necessary )

    They might have a say in removing members for violating club policy .

    They should read and contribute to the club forum on a regular basis . 

    Might have a graphics director .

    Might have a technical director .

     

     

  • alosso Germany
    19,840 Posts
    Tue, Jan 1 2019 10:50 AM

    Of course it pays off if more than one person can create tournaments or handle invitations. CCs may live without their owner.

    Alas, Directors never have unlimited powers. The main power reserved to the owner is to change member status including their removal and assigning new Directors, and this may be crucial for long-living CCs.

  • peterrichter1 United Kingdom
    511 Posts
    Fri, Jan 4 2019 6:42 AM

    Many many thanks for all your replies

     

    Peter

  • alanti Australia
    10,537 Posts
    Sun, Jan 6 2019 3:40 PM

    I have found the major benefit of being a director is you generally avoid latrine duty.

    But all valid points ^^^^ :)

  • TopShelf2010 United States
    9,510 Posts
    Sun, Jan 6 2019 6:09 PM

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