About Gleneagles Country Club
Founded in 1984 and located in the heart of Delray Beach, Gleneagles Country Club is a luxurious, private country club community with some of the best amenities in South Florida. The club features active sports amenities including two 18-hole Championship golf courses, a tennis complex with 21 Har-Tru night-lit courts, and a completely updated and state-of-the-art fitness center.
The main clubhouse features two full-service restaurants and lounges and an elegant banquet facility. Gross revenues exceed $16 million, with annual food and beverage revenues at $2.6 million. The magnificent Legends Dining Room on the upper level of our main clubhouse frames stunning views of our Championship Golf Courses and offers fine dining to our members year round. The adjoining Waterfall Room overlooks tropical gardens and provides the perfect venue for private parties and functions. The poolside Grille Room is a favorite for light lunches and casual evening dining. Legends Lounge is the perfect place to meet friends and enjoy a light early-evening snack or sample the evening's drink specials. The Lounge also sets the stage for our popular "Nite Spot"
Philosophy of Service
Gleneagles Country Club was organized and its amenities were installed for the private use and enjoyment of its residential members. Everyone employed by the Club must always keep in mind that courteous and smiling service to the members is the highest priority of the work staff. Oneís daily work, however pressing and important it may seem at the moment, should not be allowed to inhibit oneís cheerful attention to a memberís inquiry. Our primary objective is to enhance the membersí enjoyment of the Club.
All Employees will enjoy:
Full-time year round employees will enjoy:
All of the benefits referenced above are fully described in separate plan descriptions, policies, and other documents, which are to be available through the Human Resources Department.
Gleneagles Country Club will periodically review the benefit plan and make changes necessary to keep the plan competitive and to control benefit costs.