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  2. John Deere 220SL Walking Greens Mowers with groomers and with Trailer - $6,000 package deal prices if sold separately: Walking Greens Mowers with groomers - $3,000 each (2 available) John Deere Trailer for Walking Greens Mowers - $1,000 Kawasaki gas engines www.laspinausedequipment.com

    Jeannette, Pennsylvania


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    Jeannette, Pennsylvania


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    Bedminster Township, New Jersey


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    Bedminster Township, New Jersey


  7. This is a key position and works directly with the Golf Course Superintendent to help develop a daily work schedule. * Works with Superintendent to constantly improve the Golf course and maintenance facility. * Help schedule and supervise the daily activities of the maintenance crew. * Oversee the cleanliness of the Golf Course equipment and maintenance facility. * Is capable of proper application of pesticides and fertilizers.

    Palm Bay, Florida. Date Job is Available: . Salary: DOE

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  9. Lakeside Park Club opened in 1896 as a 9 hole golf course, zoo, and park. In 1915 Donald Ross was hired to design an 18 hole championship course. Lakeside features extremely undulating terrain that is perfectly suited for golf. In 2011 a green and bunker renovation was completed by Kris Spence. Greens were brought back to their original dimensions and undulations, while the infamous Ross bunkers were put back. Currently we are continuing to work in house to restore many of the classical features of the golf course while also updating it for the modern game. Located in Richmond, Virginia assistant superintendents will have the opportunity to manage both cool and warm season turf. Greens consist of A1/A4 bentgrass. Tees are a combination of common bermuda and tiff tuff bermuda. Fairways are common/419 bermuda. Approaches and collars are currently patriot bermuda with plans to re-grass in the near future. All surfaces are managed to provide firm and fast playing conditions. Upcoming projects include: Fairway expansions, tee additions and renovations, extensive tree removal, creek additions, in house irrigation updates, and the planning and construction of a new maintenance facility. Assistant superintendents will have the opportunity to participate in and/or lead all of these projects. This is a unique opportunity to be part of the transformation of a club.

    Henrico, Virginia. Date Job is Available: . Salary: DOE

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    Corfu, New York


  11. Congressional Country Club is seeking seasonal Golf Course & Grounds Interns for the 2021 golf season. The 2021 season will be highlighted by the opening of the newly renovated Blue Course. This unique opportunity will allow students to get firsthand experience at one of the most storied clubs in the country on golf course maintenance. Located in Bethesda, MD, Congressional Country Club is the #1 Platinum Club in the country. Congressional has a long history of hosting Championships, host to three tournaments in the last decade alone, including the U.S. Open Championship in 2011 followed by two Quicken Loans National Tournaments. Congressional is proud to continue this history with the announcement of eight more Championships in the next seventeen years as follows: 2022 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship 2024 Junior PGA Championship 2025 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship 2027 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship 2029 PGA Professional Championship 2031 PGA Championship 2033 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship 2037 Ryder Cup Interns will be involved in the daily maintenance of two golf courses, Blue and Gold, and will work closely with the Superintendents and Assistants. Interns will learn fertilizer/pesticide calibration as well as proper application practices. Daily jobs will include but not limited to course setup, irrigation repair, disease identification, and water management on USGA and pushup greens. Interns will also be exposed to the equipment maintenance side of the operation. Congressional Country Club prides itself on a positive learning experience for all interns of various skill levels.

    Bethesda, Maryland. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $16.00 per hour with available overtime

  12. Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club is the flagship of the three Donald Ross design golf courses (Mid Pines Inn & GC & Southern Pines GC ) in Pinehurst, NC. Pine Needles will be hosting its fourth Women's Open in 2022. All three properties are rich in history and has hosted many State and National tournaments. Pine Needles has ultra Dwarf Bermuda greens and hybrid Bermuda tees and fairways. Pine Needles is looking for a candidate that is self motivated, passionate about learning, have a positive attitude, and a team player. The Assistant Superintendent along with the Superintendent directs and participates in the maintenance of the golf course.

    Southern Pines, North Carolina. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $35,000 - $45,000 DOE

  13. Metedeconk is a 27 hole Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed golf club located in Central New Jersey. Better Billy Bunker install on 51 remaining bunkers scheduled to begin mid October.

    JACKSON, New Jersey. Date Job is Available: . Salary: Competitive


    Rincon, Georgia


  15. Cultural practices, like aerification, have been delayed or even canceled at some courses this year as facilities capitalize on increased play to drive revenue. Photos by Andrew Jorgensen via Twitter For some reason, it is getting harder and harder every day to distinguish between a silver lining and a storm cloud, or a glass that is half full and one that is half empty. For almost two decades, the golf business has been defined by how many people were leaving the game. In a nutshell, there are nearly 10 million fewer players today than there were in 2002; there are more than 2,000 fewer courses and golfers are playing almost 70 million fewer rounds than they were 20 years ago. In many corners of the country, golf rounds are not a problem during the pandemic. According to Golf Datatech, which measures rounds played at private and daily fee courses nationwide, year-over-year rounds played were up nearly 20 percent in July compared with the same month last year. Rounds played in July were up in every state except Hawaii. For many, this summer has been a case of "be careful what you wish for." Even as some services, namely food and beverage, have been slow to return during the pandemic, golf has brought casual players back to the course in droves and superintendents across the country have reported seeing scores of new players. Superintendent Joe Wachter credits the Covid-19 golf boom for helping keep the lights on at Glen Echo Country Club in St. Louis. Like every place, the club has lost a lot of money from canceled outings and weddings, and stands to lose more in the fall. Since opening in the spring during the pandemic, about 800-900 rounds a week have been played at this 1901 James Foulis design that was the site of Olympic golf during the 1904 Summer Games. After a brief dip in play in late July and early August, play is ticking up again at the end of the season. "A lot of people put their clubs away after Labor Day, but not so much this year," Wachter said. "The most important thing for us is that all this play has kept us all employed." There is such thing as too much of a good thing. The Chattanooga golf market was a mixed bag in the early days of the pandemic. Courses in the city limits were closed. The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay, a state park golf course outside of town, was closed as were all state-owned facilities. All other courses outside the city limits were open for play. Now, The Bear Trace, which was closed for about a month early in the pandemic, is getting all the rounds it wants - and then some. With 12-minute tee times and single riders in golf carts, up to 170 rounds a day are played at the state park course along the banks of the Tennessee River. No golfers can tee off after 4 p.m., thanks in part to the single rider policy. "Otherwise, those guys (in the cart facility) would be here until dark-thirty just cleaning carts," Carter said. "When I look at a tee, I see four or eight carts sitting there, and of course they play Follow the Leader. We're warm-season grass, so it's not affecting us yet, but those courses with cool-season grass are getting worn out. We haven't seen the damage yet, but it's there. The golf course, with single riders, is taking another year's worth of abuse." The result, thatchy, spongy greens, is nothing a good aerification can't cure. That will have to wait. "We usually aerify in late July or early August. We close and go Monday to Friday. It really helps us. Those five days are it; we don't do anything else the rest of the year, but we're not going to close to aerfiy this year," Carter said. "We had to give it up to keep the cash register open to make up for the month we were closed. The damage is something only a superintendent can see - spongy greens, some scalping. We'll get that back next year." In place of a traditional aerification, Carter and his team have been performing some pretty aggressive verticutting and punching smaller holes with 1-inch tines to remove at least some thatch. The tiny tines disrupt only about 1 percent of the surface area, but is better than nothing when closing for traditional aerification is not an option. "You're not really pulling anything," Carter said. "You're just trying to keep some holes open and manage thatch." There are a couple low-lying holes at Bear Trace that Carter has to keep closed throughout the winter to prevent damage that doesn't often show itself on warm-season grass until spring. The increased play and absence of aerification might necessitate closing a couple more. Carter's story is one that has been told throughout the country this year - too much play, but too much money to close for needed cultural practices. "One of the biggest limiting factors we are hearing about is all the play is wearing out the grass," said Joe Rimelspach, turf pathologist and program specialist at Ohio State University. "Many places haven't been able to core or aerate, because the course has found out that they can make more money with all the play." Glen Echo has benefitted from a cooperative agreement that grants golf privileges to members of the Missouri Athletic Club, a non-golf athletic club. "I've seen a lot of new faces this year that I don't recognize as regular Glen Echo members," Wachter said. "That has really helped drive revenue. "We're seeing more women and more couples this year." Andrew Jorgensen manages 81 holes in Florida for On Top of the World Communities, including 54 in Ocala and 27 in Clearwater. All of the courses managed by OTWC closed in March and began to reopen throughout April. Early spring typically is not the best time to be poking holes in mostly TifDwarf and Tif Eagle greens, but this has been anything but a typical year. "Normally, April is not the best time for aerification. Recovery is slower, but after doing it now, I'm all for it mostly for selfish reasons," Jorgensen said. "The weather was good. It was 75 when we did it, not 95, so it wasn't unbearable. Recovery did take longer, but we'll never be able to do that again. "At first, we didn't know if we were going to be closed for two weeks or all summer. We bumped up aerification to early in April and stayed closed for two weeks after that before reopening. We knew we would be ridiculed for shutting down right after reopening for aerification. By doing it in early April, we just stayed closed." The Florida heat and humidity has done little to keep golfers away even throughout the summer. "There has been a lot of increased play and increased traffic,"Jorgensen said. "I know a lot of guys who are pushing off aerification because they are packed and the cash register keeps ringing." With so many holes of golf available, Jorgensen has the luxury of closing courses and moving players around to keep up with cultural practices. That's a luxury not everyone has. In Chattanooga, there is no end in sight, at least not yet anyway. The Chattanooga Lookouts baseball team was grounded when all minor league play was canceled in June, movie theaters are only now beginning to reopen. Golf has been there for experienced players and newcomers alike almost through the duration of the pandemic. "We're going as long as the weather's good," Carter said. 'People are playing. There's nothing else to do. "It's either golf or go fishing or go take a hike at a state park. "If we were on our normal nine-minute tee times with two people per cart and not closing it off at 4 o'clock we could be 250 rounds a day."
  16. Cedarbrook Country Club is seeking a Head Equipment Manager to oversee the fleet of maintenance equipment. Cedarbrook Country Club, a family-oriented facility striving to provide a total recreational and social experience with an emphasis on golf. Our championship golf course situated on over 225 acres of rolling terrain and woodlands measures over 7000 yards and features nine possible tee combinations including two "PGA Family Courses". Equipment is a mix of Jacobesen, John Deere and Toro. Recent purchase of large package of Deere and some Toro Equipment. Salary: DOE. Hourly or Salary is negotiable, $60-$65k/year. Duties: · Oversee of Maintenance Equipment · Perform repairs when necessary. Develop and implement preventative maintenance program for equipment. Checks and sets height of cut on all mowing equipment and sharpens when necessary. Monitors and reports equipment abuse/negligence. Monitors fuel tanks and is responsible for scheduling fuel deliveries. Responsible for inventory of parts and purchasing to minimize downtime and staying within budget parameters to best of ability. Keeps work area clean and organized. Work with superintendent in planning and purchasing of new equipment. Instruct maintenance workers on equipment when needed. Requirements: Experience as head equipment manager or assistant equipment manager. Working knowledge of light and heavy maintenance equipment and automotive apparatuses, specifically golf course equipment. Skilled in the use of all golf course equipment, repair tools, and the making of various types of mechanical repair. Working knowledge of the theory, care, and operation of internal combustion engines and mowing equipment. Ability to move heavy objects. Must be able to lift 50 lbs or greater. Ability to work in a variety of weather conditions while repairing equipment. Ability to communicate effectively and keep business records. Benefits: 401k, Medical, Life and long term disability insurance,vacation, uniforms (laundered also), golfing privileges, continued education. Email Resume to Tim Kelly, Golf Course Superintendent (tkelly@cedarbrookcc.com) with inquires.

    Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. Date Job is Available: . Salary: DOE.  Hourly or Salary is negotiable., $60-65k/year

  17. The Superintendent is an integral member of the property’s management team and oversees the maintenance and agronomic practices of the golf course and adjacent grounds, including the clubhouse landscaping and maintenance. The above responsibilities also include overseeing the repair and maintenance of all golf course related equipment. Responsibilities Maintains all grounds including the golf course, clubhouse surrounds and other maintainable property Supervises all planting, fertilizing and chemical applications, and other care of turf, plants, shrubs and trees on the golf course and clubhouse surrounds Hires, supervises and develops Assistant Superintendent, foreman, irrigation technician and other employees in the maintenance department Informs members about present and future maintenance activities Coordinates scheduling of all personnel assigned to the department Communicates frequently with the General Manger and Director of Maintenance to discuss activities, goals, plans and member/customer feedback. Prepares and manages annual budget plan for the golf course maintenance operation on an annual basis Maintains inventory and oversees all repairs and scheduled maintenance of all golf course maintenance equipment Implements and enforces comprehensive safety program for employees of the maintenance department Supervises maintenance and operation of drainage, irrigation and other mechanical watering systems Develops chemical and fertilizing plan on an annual basis Ensures that the golf course is providing healthy and high quality playing conditions for guests of the property Prepares and maintains all record keeping for maintenance department (i.e. Human Resource files, inventory files, fertilization and chemical application logs) Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor or manager

    Lincoln, California. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $80,000-$85,000 based on experience

  18. Avila is a classic and traditional club built in 1980. The club offers golfers and sports enthusiasts all the luxuries of Country Club entertaining. The signature golf course was redesigned in 1988 by developer Bob Sierra of Avila and partnered with Jack Nicklaus. The hydraulic irrigation system requires daily maintenance and attention in order for it to operate at its full potential. We are seeking an individual to train and prepare to take over for the current Irrigation Superintendent. The Irrigation Superintendent has maintained the system for 10+ years and is looking to take a step back from his irrigation responsibilities in the near future. The Irrigation Technician will work closely with the Irrigation Superintendent and Superintendent to make daily decisions involving the golf course irrigation system. This position is responsible for managing the irrigation use, daily maintenance, ordering parts and planning for future irrigation improvements. Avila Golf & Country Club has committed itself to providing members with outstanding playing conditions. The outstanding conditioning stems from a well maintained irrigation system.

    Tampa, Florida. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $15+ OT

  19. Golf Course Mechanic II at ChampionsGate Golf Course BrightView Golf Maintenance is recognized nationwide as the leader in golf course maintenance services. We are currently searching for a (Full-Time or Part Time) Mechanic II: Duties and Responsibilities Include: * Performing preventative maintenance and repair work on a variety of small engines. * Overseeing busy shop operations * Maintaining accurate information and reports on equipment * Performing maintenance and repairs on hydraulic and electric components of equipment * Performing various tasks associated with maintaining sharp cutting units, including grinding and adjusting * Accurately diagnosing root causes of equipment breakdowns and instituting timely repair procedures * Occasional equipment relocation via truck and trailer within region * Occasional travel within area to perform repairs * Ensure that all equipment operates efficiently and safely at all times

    Davenport, Florida. Date Job is Available: . Salary: BOE

  20. 2015 Toro Sand Pro 3040 Sand Trap Bunker Rake 3wd Model 08703 with 962 hours, Briggs & Stratton 18hp 2 cylinder v-twin air cooled engine, front plow, rear tooth rake with quick attach system. The rear tooth rake is a year 2016 and is in like new condition. Sand Pro came off the county with great maintenance program. This Sand Pro just serviced with all new oils, filters and is in great condition, ready to work.

    LAKE PLACID, Florida


  21. The Country Club of York is looking for Interns for the 2021 season. This position will give the student all the exposure they will need to become a successful Assistant Superintendent and ultimately to become a Golf Course Superintendent. The intern will report directly to the Green and Grounds Superintendent and Assistant Golf Course Superintendents. This person will aid in the direction and participation in maintaining the golf course greens, tees, fairways, and surrounding property as well as being exposed to all aspects of maintaining the golf course from course setup, pesticide applications, water management to managing small crews. You will also be exposed to golf course construction processes in regards to executing Country Club of York's master plan developed by Golf Course Architect Andrew Green. In the fall of 2021 we will be completing a total overhaul of our 8th green which will bring back Donald Ross's original design with more movement and character then the current green. Included in this project is the reshaping of the green, bunker construction and the installation of a complete irrigation system surrounding the green and bunkers. We will also be preparing for a major bunker renovation and new tee construction project in 2022 in preparation for the 2023 Pennsylvania State Open. These projects are completed in conjunction with the CCY agronomy team and the work of McDonald and Son's Golf Course Builders Inc. This internship will give the student intern a great opportunity to build his or her resume.

    York, Pennsylvania. Date Job is Available: . Salary: 14.00-15.00 + Overtime & Housing

  22. Bayer's digital flipbooks offer solutions for superintendents across the country. During a time when getting reliable information from a trusted source has been made just a little more difficult, Bayer is trying to make it easier for turf managers to find the information they need to do their jobs every day. Bayer and its Green Solutions Team recently launched its digital flipbooks guide of agronomic resources that are specific to geographic regions nationwide. The new digital flipbooks feature agronomic recommendations by adaption zone. Each booklet was developed based on the specific diseases, insects and weeds indigenous to a given zone. Each booklet contains specific recommendations on how to control the pests in that zone, including diseases, insects and weeds. Recommendations include product solutions, solutions, timings and rates based on the level of pest pressure, and each booklet includes contact information for area representatives and Greens Solutions Team members. Geographic zones are: Tropical Zone Northern Zone Transition Zone Mountain West Plains Zone Southwestern Zone Mid-Central Zone Pacific Northwest Zone Gulf Atlantic Zone
  23. Crystal Falls Golf Club, 18 hole private facility, Bentgrass greens, gated community. Assist Superintendent in all daily activity, crew management, project management, irrigation repair, chemical and fertilizer applications.

    Dawsonville, Georgia. Date Job is Available: . Salary: 38,000 - 42,000 DOE

  24. Founded in 1922, Biltmore Forest boasts a Donald Ross golf course maintained at the highest standard, elegant Clubhouse facility and appointments, fitness center, tennis facilities, pool and offers a wide variety of member activities. Our historic Clubhouse and Donald Ross designed golf course are situated on 135 acres in the Town of Biltmore Forest, North Carolina. The Town of Biltmore Forest is a planned residential community with a rich cultural history. The 18 hole golf course is 6,770 yards and consists of A1 Bentgrass greens, Zeon Zoysia fairways, approaches, bunker faces, tees and Tall Fescue Rough. Biltmore Forest Country Club is currently ranked #19 in North Carolina and has been recognized by Club Leader’s Forum as a Platinum Club of America, a distinction awarded to the top 3% of private clubs. The course has hosted numerous prestigious championships including the 1999 U.S. Women’s Amateur and the 2013 U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur. Interns will work alongside the superintendent, assistant superintendent, and crew members and will experience all facets of golf course maintenance but not limited to: Golf committee meeting attendance Tournament volunteer experience Small crew and project management Spraying and fertilizer application/calibration Course setup Irrigation repair, operation and troubleshooting Greens moisture management and hand watering Drainage installation and repair 3-6 month internships are available year round.

    Asheville, North Carolina. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $13.00/ hour plus overtime

  25. Lead Landscape Maintenance Technician Do you have the desire to make a meaningful impact in a vibrant and diverse community? Join a collaborative workforce committed to serving the City of Irvine. If you would enjoy maintaining the City parks and water management system, the Lead Landscape Maintenance Technician position is an excellent opportunity for you. The selected candidate must be able to pass the background check process. Please refer to the City of Irvine Human Resources section for more information. The City of Irvine's Public Works department seeks a Lead Landscape Maintenance Technician to oversee contractor and staff schedules and performance related to park and athletic field landscape maintenance. Tasks will include, but are not limited to performing tree inspections, conducting Integrated Pest Management (IPM) inspections, programming irrigation controllers, providing guidance and technical support to staff and responding to internal and external customer service requests and resolve issues.

    Irvine, California. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $55,577.60 - $87,401.60

  26. By now, Tom Samples must know just about every inch of every road in Tennessee. As a turfgrass extension specialist at the University of Tennessee since he earned his Ph.D. at Oklahoma State in 1985, Samples has spent much of the past 35 years traversing the state from Knoxville to Memphis and everywhere in between. University employees, including Samples, have been prohibited from traveling on UT business since March. It is a common theme heard around the country as university extension specialists are not able to travel in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, Samples and many of his colleagues around the country have had to reinvent their craft and how they help turfgrass managers diagnose and manage problems on golf courses, sports fields and lawns. "My objective as a statewide turfgrass specialist is still the same even if I can't travel," said Samples (pictured at right). "If I do not change the way I deliver information, then I'm not doing my job." In the past six months, Samples has been online for more Zoom meetings than he can count, the volume of emails in his inbox each day has increased exponentially, and he has spent a lot of time trying to diagnose diseases and pest problems from cell phone photos. For golf course superintendents, play is up at many facilities and increased activity translates there is added stress on the turf. "I try to respond to all emails within 24 hours, but the volume has picked up. Some I'm not getting to until 48 hours," Samples said. "Superintendents and sports field managers understand this is new for all of us." Whether this new version of extension work will be permanent or whether site visits will return is anyone's guess, but one thing is certain, there will be no one-size-fits-all solution. At Michigan State University, classes all are online this semester. Still, Kevin Frank, Ph.D., is able to work from his office in East Lansing, but he can't visit a golf course superintendent he might pass on his way to campus each day. "It certainly is different," Frank said. "The only turf I have seen in person are research plots, my lawn and the two or three golf courses I play. "By far this is the least amount of travel I've ever done since I was a grad student. I can't remember when I've seen so few golf courses. The two or three I play locally, that is my reference point. I have no reference point beyond that." Most of Frank's extension work also is limited to Zoom or FaceTime, phone calls and photos sent by email. Joe Rimelspach (left) says delivery of some soil samples submitted during the pandemic have been delayed by weeks. As a result, he suggests sending samples to the OTF research facility. Photos by John Reitman "The biggest challenge is you can't enlarge some photos taken by phone. They're low resolution and if you enlarge them, they get pixelated," he said. "Identifying basic diseases by photos is not that hard. The hardest thing is stress from traffic or water. People tell me 'it's dead or dying. What caused it?' How long of a list do you want me to go through? I can't always tell you for certain. A lot of what we can do remotely is limited by the technology of the person sending it in." Joe Rimelspach says he and Todd Hicks are facing many of the same challenges at Ohio State. Although the research lab is open and the turf pathology department is accepting soil samples, delivery through the university mail system has been delayed, sometimes by weeks, so Rimelspach has been telling turf managers to send them instead to the Ohio Turfgrass Foundation research facility. "We've had to figure ot what we can do and not do," Rimelspach said. "On the extension side, we are adapting with the restrictions we had. We've received an exemption to keep the diagnostics lab open. "We normally receive samples in the building, but the carriers couldn't get into the building so they are getting sent to central mail. It has taken as much as two months to get things, so people have to get it to me directly. I am accepting samples at the OTF building and at home. "When I can get my hand on samples we can get things done. We have to avoid the university shipping and receiving department." Like everyone else, Rimelspach also is looking at plenty of iPhone photos submitted through email or text and chatting with people through Zoom and FaceTime. The good news, if there is any, he said is at least turf managers and extension researchers have the chance to share information in ways they could not before. "We're fortunate to have these tools," he said. "If this had happened 20 or 30 years ago, this would all be much different." Tennessee's Samples agreed. He has embraced technology that allows him to stay in touch with people across the state, but unlike so many others, he has been working from his office every day to try to stay in a routine. "This has forced me to become more modern in how I share information," Samples said. "It has forced me into areas I was not previously comfortable with. "But, I'm still getting a lot of 'what is this?' questions. We're still open, and we're still answering the phone."
  27. Hudson National Golf Club is an 18 hole private facility designed by Tom Fazio. The course opened for play in June of 1996. Greens, Tees, and Fairways are bentgrass. We have recently completed building a state-of-the-art teaching facility, short game area and brand-new driving range that is equipped with wireless Trackman shot tracking technology. Located 35 miles north of New York City, Hudson National is perched atop rugged land overlooking the Hudson River. Hudson National Golf Club is considered among the best golfing experiences in the country with outstanding views and championship playing conditions.

    Croton ON Hudson, New York. Date Job is Available: . Salary: $14 hr , OT, Housing

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