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Meet the Team: Joe Murdock

Joe Murdock, who works in outside services and the Rack Room at Egypt Valley, is no stranger to golf. When he’s not working alongside other EVCC staff downstairs to ensure that members’ golf bags and push carts are stored properly and prepared for them upon arrival, he’s often found practicing to enhance his own skills. Take a moment to get to know Joe a bit better!

Please share a bit about your Egypt Valley Journey and how you came to work at the Club!
I was referred to Egypt Valley by a family friend who is a member when I was 15 years old. They suggested that I apply for a job in the Rack Room. Since then, I have spent the majority of my summers at Egypt Valley.

Through my journey, I have befriended many people who are immersed in the club—including members and employees. I have built so many relationships through my job in the Rack Room over the years that I couldn’t be more thankful for. My experiences have helped me grow as a person and as a leader!

What’s your favorite part of your job?
My favorite part of the job is being able to interact with different members day in and day out. It is always interesting to hear how each individual’s day is going, and if there is anything I can do to make their day just a little bit better.

On top of that, being able to work outside in the summertime is one of the greatest things about the job. I cannot forget to mention that the employee benefits allow us to play and practice at the club. I am an avid golfer, and being able to use the facilities that Egypt Valley presents is a huge advantage that I could not be more thankful for.

Share a bit about your history with golf and your involvement with it today.
I am a huge golfer. I currently play golf for a Division 3 school in Greencastle, Indiana called DePauw University. My love of the game has been enhanced by the many friends I have made at Egypt Valley. Working at Egypt Valley has prepared me in so many different ways for the real world. This stems from benefiting my golf career, to furthering my development as a person.

When you’re not at the Club, what could you be found doing?
When I am not in Egypt Valley, I am usually hanging out with friends or family. Like I said earlier, I literally spend most of my summer in Egypt Valley. When I am not working in the Rack Room, you can often find me at the driving range or putting green practicing. My relationships have given me endless opportunities to play and practice with virtually anyone at Egypt Valley and I’m always looking for new people to play with.

Any other interesting facts you’d like to share?
Another thing that is really cool about working at Egypt Valley is that I get to work with my younger brother, Philip. I would also like to give a “thank you” to the people that run the golf operations at Egypt Valley. The people in the Pro Shop do a great job each and every day. I am lucky to learn from people like Mike, Landon, and Devon.

I will forever be thankful for Egypt Valley and everything that it has done for me.