The Loxahatchee Club hires former Augusta National clubhouse manager


The Jack Nicklaus-designed Loxahatchee Club in Jupiter, Florida, has recently appointed Riza Mutluguler as its new Club Manager, where he will lead the day-to-day operations of the members-only private club. Mutluguler comes to The Loxahatchee Club after serving as Clubhouse Manager at famed Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Mutluguler’s esteemed background also includes management experience at The Ritz-Carlton, La Playa Beach and Golf Resort, and Fiddler’s Creek Golf and Country Club.

In conjunction with Mutluguler’s appointment, the club has also promoted internally to fill two key departmental leadership roles. Brock Plemel has accepted a promotion to Food and Beverage Manager, and Chelsea Turner will take on a new role as the club’s Catering and Events Manager. Plemel accepts this position after four years as Assistant Food and Beverage Manager. Under his leadership, the club received some of the highest member satisfaction ratings in the private club industry. Turner also advances to her position after several years of experience as the club’s Dining Room Supervisor. In her new capacity, Turner will manage private events and catering operations for The Loxahatchee Club.

Distinguished as a Platinum Club of America by the Club Leaders Forum and recognized as one of Golf Digest’s top courses, The Loxahatchee Club offers a superlative private club experience to residents of the Loxahatchee community and a select few nonresident members. The club features an imaginative 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, unparalleled practice facilities, and a full range of country club amenities—all complemented by superb service from an experienced and attentive staff.

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