DUNTRYLEAGUE Golf Club's general manager has been the first to go as part of a restructure of the business.
Jason Kitchingman started in the position in October 2018 after 12 years in Sydney's hospitality industry.
But club president Dennis Schultz said a need to improve efficiencies in the business meant the general manager's position was one of those reviewed.
"We finished the services with him last week," he said.
Mr Schultz said the management of the business would be covered by existing staff with assistance from the board and the internal review was considering all aspects of the business, from the accommodation to the pro shop.
He also confirmed a chef had left the business.
"We had a resignation from one of our kitchen staff, but a lot of these things happen from time to time and people come and go," he said.
"We've got other staff returning from leave - there's normally some churn within a club."
We're trading quite well in all areas - we had some increases in revenue in 2019 and we're forecasting that to continue.Club president Dennis Schultz
Mr Schultz described the club's financial position as "alright".
"We're trading quite well in all areas - we had some increases in revenue in 2019 and we're forecasting that to continue," he said.
The annual general meeting will be held at the end of April.
However, he said upgrades to the guesthouse were progressing well, with a development application under consideration with Orange City Council.
"There's a couple of things to clarify around the installation of a lift, but we hope to get that resolved shortly," Mr Schultz said.
The plans, which were put together by leading heritage architect Ian Stapleton, also include three extra guest rooms and refurbishment work for the remainder.
The measures are hoped to boost occupancy from 65 per cent to 85 per cent and make the facilities more usable for functions and events.
The project is set to cost up to $6 million, with state and federal government grants to be sought.
The foundation also hopes to secure $1 million in donations from the Orange community.
Parts of the building have already been restored.
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