After 13 years of dedicated service at Lang Farm, Mark Juskiewicz will be pursuing a new and exciting opportunity this fall, working for a private estate, locally. The news is bittersweet for us, as we imagine it will be for many of you.
Through his tireless work and expert knowledge, he, and his well-trained staff, have shaped Lang Farm into a favored course for golfers of all abilities. With excellent conditions and smooth, fast greens, Mark’s handiwork can be seen on every hole. As with any golf course superintendent, Mark has faced numerous challenges over the years, including, mechanical breakdowns, droughts, endless rain, turf disease, and more. What sets him apart from his colleagues, is that he approaches these challenges, and his work, with a smile on his face and can-do attitude. Accompanied with his dogs Bruin and Buddy, Mark can be seen making tracks through the dew at first light and chasing sunsets on cool, summer nights, ensuring the course is in pristine condition.
Mark has been vital to our success during his 13 years, and we will be forever grateful to him for his hard work, dedication and friendly face.
We wish him the best of luck in his new role. On behalf of the entire staff and ownership at The Links, thank you, Mark! You will be missed.
Our search for a new GCSAA Head Superintendent is currently underway. We will keep you informed once a hiring decision has been made. We are encouraged by the breadth and depth of talent there is in the turf industry, even for a small state like Vermont, and are excited where the future will bring us. If you should have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me.
All my best,
Director of Operations
The Links at Lang Farm
(802) 878-6880 ext. 3
Links at Lang Farm Community:
It is with mixed emotions that I write to you today. The Links at Lang Farm has been my home away from home for the past 13 years. I am truly grateful for the opportunities and growth I have experienced during my time here.
I have had the great pleasure of fostering many relationships over those 13 years, from a quick wave and a smile to a passing golfer to long term working relationships and friendships. I have truly enjoyed getting to know this community.
I have been offered and accepted an opportunity of a lifetime. I am ready to begin the next chapter of my professional life. It is my hope that I will be leaving Links better than I found it. My last day will be Friday September 14.
I wish each and everyone of you the best. I can’t thank you enough for this past 13 years.