- 53Golf Course Superintendent
- 2Superintendent/General Manager
- 1GC Superintendent, Interim
- 214Assistant Superintendent
- 532nd Assistant Superintendent
- 6Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 60Equipment/Shop Manager
- 64Turf Equipment Technician
- 22Assistant Equipment Technician
- 32Spray/Applications Technician
- 39Irrigation Technician
- 4Irrigation Manager
- 2IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 5Sports Turf Manager
- 5Sports Turf Technician
- 9Landscape Manager
- 10Landscape Technician
- 10Lawn Care Manager
- 19Lawn Care Technician
- 1Parks Supervisor
- 2Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 9Crew Foreman
- 4Equipment Operator
- 43Grounds Staff
- 93Seasonal Intern
- 1Construction Shaper/Crew
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 13Sales Representative
- 2Sales Manager
- 1Product Support Manager
- 6Operations Manager
- 15Branch Manager
- 2Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
- 1Business Opportunity
By Contra Costa Country Club, - updated March 19 - Pleasant Hill, California
Contra Costa Country Club is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, approximately 20 miles northeast of downtown San Francisco. In 2015, the club completed an expansive golf course renovation which included new tees, greens, and bunkers, as well as re-grassing the entire course with perennial ryegrass and bentgrass greens. The course features 86 acres of turf, as well as 16 acres of fescue native grass. The 1st Assistant Golf Course Superintendent will assist in management of the staff and training, agronomic plan, irrigation, and course projects/construction. This position will help prepare the assistant to advance within the golf course industry while working closely with the Superintendent. Successful team members have quickly grown into Superintendent jobs of their own both within and outside the Troon family. Notably, our previous Superintendent has advanced into a Director of Agronomy position with one of America’s premier private clubs. Duties Include but not limited to: • Works with the Superintendent to ensure that the annual golf course maintenance budget and capital plans are maintained and followed. • Manages department members that may include, but is not limited to: Mechanic, Environmental Technician, Equipment Operator, Foreman, Greenskeeper, and Irrigation Technician. • Responsible for the day to day planning, organizing and direction of the maintenance and construction of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, and bunkers. • Supervises the planting and cultural practices involved in growing various turf grasses, trees and ornamental plants. • Performs granular and foliar applications on golf course playing surfaces • Assists in the procurement of supplies and materials and ensures costs remain within budgetary limitations. • Keeps records of annual maintenance activities and costs and assists with the preparation of reports when necessary. • Reconciles and provides timely coding of all invoices, payroll and other required documents. • Ensures all company policies and procedures are followed including compliance with government regulations. • Assures that effective orientation and training is given to each new associate. Helps to develops ongoing training programs.
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By Contra Costa Country Club, - updated February 3 - Pleasant Hill, California
Contra Costa Country Club is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, approximately 20 miles northeast of downtown San Francisco. In 2015, the club completed an expansive golf course renovation which included new tees, greens, and bunkers, as well as re-grassing the entire course with perennial ryegrass and bentgrass greens. The course features 86 acres of turf, as well as 16 acres of fescue native grass. The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent will assist in management of the staff and training, agronomic plan, irrigation, and course projects/construction. This position will help prepare the assistant to advance within the golf course industry while working closely with the Superintendent. Successful team members have quickly grown into Superintendent jobs of their own. Notably, our previous Superintendent has advanced into a Director of Agronomy position with one of America’s premier private clubs. Duties Include but not limited to: • Works with the Superintendent to ensure that the annual golf course maintenance budget and capital plans are maintained and followed. • Supervises and assists maintenance staff in daily duties. • Responsible for the day to day planning, organizing and direction of the maintenance and construction of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, and bunkers. • Supervises the planting and cultural practices involved in growing various turf grasses, trees and ornamental plants. • Ensures that equipment is properly maintained. • Assists in the procurement of supplies and materials and ensures costs remain within budgetary limitations. • Keeps records of annual maintenance activities and costs and assists with the preparation of reports when necessary. • Follows sound purchasing procedures utilizing preferred vendors, when possible. • Reconciles and provides timely coding of all invoices, payroll and other required documents. • Ensures all company policies and procedures are followed including compliance with government regulations. • Ensures associates obtain proper license needed to perform job tasks safely and within city, state, and federal regulations. Addresses directly all real or perceived environmental concerns. • Manages department members that may include, but is not limited to: Mechanic, Environmental Technician, Equipment Operator, Foreman, Greenskeeper, and Irrigation Technician. • Assures that effective orientation and training is given to each new associate. Develops ongoing training programs
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By St. Johns Golf & Country Club, - updated February 4 - St. Augustine, Florida
As a key member of the property’s golf course maintenance team, the 1st Assistant Superintendent reports directly to the Golf Course Superintendent and assists with the day-to-day oversight of the maintenance and agronomic practices of the golf course and adjacent grounds, including but not limited to the clubhouse landscaping and maintenance complex. Qualifications, Knowledge and Skill Requirements: 1-3 years turf grass management experience required Supervisory experience required A four-year college degree preferred, but not required GCSAA Member or apprentice preferred, but not required Knowledge of budgeting and expense management Must possess basic computer skills – Word and Excel Must have a strong business aptitude and passion for the golf business Must be highly organized and efficient with a high attention to detail Must have exceptional communication and interpersonal skills Must Possess strong analytical and problem solving skills Position Responsibilities: Supervises and trains foreman, irrigations technician and other employees in the maintenance department Prepares weekly schedules for foreman, irrigations staff and other employees in the maintenance department Monitors inventory of all maintenance equipment and the use of the equipment, preventative maintenance schedule, and safety training Works closely with Superintendent in managing annual budget and maintenance recordkeeping Works closely with Superintendent in preparing short-term and long-term agronomic strategies to maintenance of the golf course daily, weekly, monthly and yearly fertilization, irrigation, etc. schedules Calibrates and operates pesticide sprayers Institute and implement all Indigo Golf Partners Human Resources guidelines Assists Superintendent in informing members about present and future maintenance activities
- Up to $42,500
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By Dominion Valley Country Club, - updated January 14 - HAYMARKET, Virginia
First Assistant Superintendent Seeking a First Assistant Superintendent for courses comprised of 36 holes with 18 on the Championship Course par 72 (Dominion Valley) , and 18 on the Short Course par 62( Regency). Both Courses have Bentgrass - cool season grass greens, tees and fairways and Bluegrass/Fescue roughs. The First Assistant Superintendent is responsible for the supervision as directed of the golf course maintenance operation and staff under the leadership of the Golf Course Superintendent to ensure the healthy growth of the golf course & Clubhouse Grounds grasses, trees, wetlands, and other plant materials. The duties include assessing and providing guidance and expertise to maintain rigorous industry and environmental standards in turf quality, including use of specialized knowledge in various fields of agronomy and horticulture. Based on such knowledge, responsible for making recommendations and decisions to address or direct others to address any issues with turf quality in conjunction with the direction of the Golf Course Superintendent. The First Assistant Superintendent will participate in the hiring, training and developing all staff, including ensuring the staff is working within OSHA, club safety, state and federal guidelines for safe working conditions.
- Starting at 50K
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By Wannamoisett Country Club, - Rumford, Rhode Island
As a member of the Wannamoisett team you will play an intricate role in managing tournament type conditions on a daily basis. Whether you have multiple years of experience or just getting started, we will tailor your responsibilities to get the most out of your internship. Your internship will be a daily learning experience; questions and discussions about agronomic, cultural, and management practices are encouraged. Your responsibilities will include but are not limited too; mowing of all surfaces, fertilizer and chemical calibration and application, water management, including hand watering greens, irrigation repair and troubleshooting, equipment operation, and crew management. The fall of 2021 is an exciting time for Wannamoisett as the club has approved a Master Plan renovation. Working with architect Andrew Green, the club is renovating all bunkers, expanding and contouring current greens to match Donald Ross’s original plans, installing new irrigation around greens and bunkers, building new tee boxes, reshaping fairways, continuing a tree removal program, and introducing native areas. This exciting project is intended to enhance and modernize the famed par 69 at Wannamoisett while staying true Donald Ross’s original plans. This is an excellent opportunity for an intern to stay through the fall to experience a renovation and to work with one of the best architects in the field. Wannamoisett Country Club is a private 18-hole facility located in Rumford, Rhode Island just minutes outside of Providence and less than an hour from Boston. The course was designed by Donald Ross in 1914, played host to the 1931 PGA Championship, and hosts the prestigious Northeast Amateur every year. Possibly the best par 69 course in the world, Wannamoisett plays 6,732 yards from the black tees, is currently ranked as the #2 course in Rhode Island by Golf Digest and is one of the best conditioned courses in the Northeast. Providence, Rhode Island is an amazing city known for its youthful culture, culinary expertise, and welcoming atmosphere. The location of Providence is fantastic with idyllic beaches within minutes and both Boston and New York City short train rides away.
- $14/hr plus overtime
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By The Oak Park Country Club, - River Grove, Illinois
Nestled in the western suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, The Oak Park Country Club is a private, full service, 18-hole golf and country club. The Oak Park Country Club was designed by architect Donald J. Ross in 1914 and renovated in 2007 by architect Rick Jacobson. Behind the red brick facade surrounded by a world class Donald Ross course is over a century's worth of rich history. Cultivated by a passionate membership, influential golf professionals (that changed the face of the game), and long standing prestigious tournaments. The Oak Park Country Club takes pride in its historical roots and continues to strive to make history in the future. The real essence of the Club is the genuine sense of community and camaraderie between its members. The Oak Park Country Club is the perfect place to relax, golf, socialize and gather with family and friends. Currently The Oak Park Country Club is looking for 2021 interns. The right individual will be a core member of our team and have many opportunities to to advance their career and education in the turf management industry. Good work ethic, positive attitude, and goal-oriented are some of the attributes the right candidate will possess. The internship will give the individual a look at every facet of maintaining a golf course at the highest level. Interns will be given detailed training on several key areas of golf course management but not limited to: Chemical and fertilizer calibration Application of chemicals and fertilizers Boom spray and spray hawk Water management practices Hand watering Irrigation troubleshooting and repair Agronomic philosophy Cultural practices We are looking for someone who is ready to learn and jump right into the action. We put an emphasis on promoting from within and hope that you would want to continue on as a future member of our team.
- $14.00/Hr. + Overtime
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By The Country Club, - Salt Lake City, Utah
We are currently looking to fill multiple internship roles on The Country Club Agronomy Team for 2021. We are seeking highly motivated and passionate candidates, with a team-first mentality and positive attitude. You should be currently enrolled in a Turf or Horticulture program with a career goal of becoming a Golf Course Superintendent. 1-2 years’ experience on a golf course agronomy team is preferred, but not required. Interns will work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent and the Assistant Superintendents on a daily basis, and will be exposed to all facets of golf course maintenance including but not limited to; Course setup, mowing, bunker maintenance, machine operation, irrigation troubleshooting and repair, chemical/fertilizer applications as well calibrating and record keeping, mower setup and reel/bed knife grinding, crew management, and gaining experience with moisture management and a hand watering/syringing program on Bentgrass greens. The Country Club of Salt Lake City was incorporated in 1899 and is one of the oldest country clubs in The Great American West. In 1920 the club moved to its current location and the Willie Watson & Harold Lamb designed golf course officially opened in 1921. It most recently hosted the 2016 PAC-12 Championship, but in the past has held many PGA events. This private, par 72 18-hole golf course is nestled on the Salt Lake City bench surrounded by city and valley views as well as the towering Wasatch Mountains. The greens are Poa-free A4 Bentgrass, while the tees and fairways are a blend of Perennial Ryegrass and Kentucky Bluegrass. The course underwent a renovation in 2007, including but not limited to, irrigation and converting to USGA spec greens. The golf course is kept at tournament-ready conditions on a daily basis to fulfill the high standards and expectations of the membership. If you’d like experience on a private high-end golf course, in a high desert climate, and in a location with countless recreational activities as well as big city fun, The Country Club is the internship for you! Please email AGCS Dan Lee your cover letter, resume, and references at: DanLeePC@gmail.com
- $16/hr + OT & Housing Available
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By Atlantic Golf Club, - updated January 28 - Bridgehampton, New York
History- Atlantic Golf Club is an Exclusive High-end Private Club located on the East End on Long Island. AGC is 1990 Reese Jones Design that has be changed over the years to become the present masterpiece that it is today. Atlantic is known for its fast and firm playing surfaces, high penalizing fescue and rustic looking bunkers. Atlantic Golf Club is a Championship Course and has hosted the 2010 US Mid- Amateur. Atlantic Golf Club competes with all the other top private clubs in the area to provide tournament conditions daily. Currently- Opened a brand-new Driving Range Facility with state-of-the-art Target Greens in 2020 Completed construction of a new irrigation pumphouse and irrigation pond in Spring 2019. Completed installation of brand-new HDPE Rain Bird IC Irrigation system in spring 2018. We are currently in our second year of a four-year Toro lease agreement (started spring 2019) There are talks about various construction projects on the horizon. The right candidate will play an integral role in the daily maintenance of the golf course and will work closely with the Superintendent and assistant superintendents. You will be involved with but not limited to: mowing of all playing surfaces, hand watering, aerification practices, irrigation maintenance, fertilizer and chemical applications, project participation along with anything else that is needed to maintain a high standard of playing conditions. Here is a little video of the course:
- $20/HR + Overtime w/ Housing + Meals
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By Spring Lake Country Club, - Spring Lake, Michigan
Spring Lake Country Club is looking to add a turfgrass intern for the 2021 season. SLCC is a private 18 hole facility originally designed by Tom Bendelow located in beautiful West Michigan. Working closely with the Superintendent and Assistants, interns will be exposed to all aspects of our maintenance program including but not limited to course setup, mowing (walking and riding), irrigation operation and repair, chemical and fertilizer calibration and applications, crew management, and various small projects. Interns will also have the chance to volunteer at tournaments in the area as well.
- $13/hour plus OT, housing included
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By Clear Creek Tahoe, - Carson City, Nevada
Here at Clear Creek Tahoe we are looking for motivated interns interested in learning all facets of maintaining a high-end private golf course. Currently ranked as the #1 private golf course and #2 overall in the state of Nevada, we pride ourselves on providing our membership with championship conditions all season long. Clear Creek Tahoe is a Coore & Crenshaw design built into the mountains just minutes from Lake Tahoe. Our interns will be exposed to all aspects of golf course maintenance, with a primary focus on building skills needed for a career in the turfgrass industry such as spraying, topdressing, irrigation troubleshooting and repair, and crew leadership. You will also be involved in day to day course set up, as well as other agronomic practices. Past interns have a strong record of moving on to exciting Assistant Superintendent positions at well known clubs after graduating.
- $15+/hour + housing and OT
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By Dunwoody Country Club, - Atlanta, Georgia
Dunwoody Country Club is a private 18 hole course, located North of Atlanta. Dunwoody Country Club is a beautiful Willard Byrd design, established in 1969. Golf course consists of Mini Verde Ultradwarf Bermudagrass Greens, Tif-Grand Bermuda tees, Zoysia tees and 419 Bermuda in the fairways and rough. Interns will work closely with Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents in learning all aspects of an in depth, high-energy golf course maintenance operation. Interns will gain extensive experience in course setup, hand watering, core cultivation, moisture monitoring, IPM practices, pesticide calibration and application utilizing various pieces of equipment, as well as irrigation troubleshooting/repairs.
- $12/hr w/ OT and Free On Site Housing
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By Navesink Country Club, - Red Bank, New Jersey
Navesink Country Club is a four season, family oriented private golf course and country club located on the banks of the Navesink River in Monmouth County on the New Jersey Atlantic shore. The 18-hole golf course was established in 1963, originally designed by Hal Purdy with a recent completion of a long-range master plan by Forse Design. Navesink Country Club is seeking highly motivated, team-oriented individuals for this season’s Turfgrass Internships. Students will participate in a diverse range of activities involved in daily golf course maintenance. Interns will learn: • Water management practices. • Calibration and application of fertilizers and turf specific chemicals. • Irrigation repair and troubleshooting. • Golf Course set-up. • Record keeping. • Crew Management. Interns should be: • Enrolled in or recently graduated from a 2 or 4 year turfgrass or related program. • Self-starter mentality with positive attitude. • Ability to work well with others. • Knowledge of Spanish or willingness to learn. • Dedication and commitment to the turf maintenance industry. • Desire to improve multi-tasking and problem solving skills.
- $14 per hour/ plus overtime, Onsite Housing, Free Lunch
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By Bob O'Link Golf Club, - Highland Park, Illinois
Originally designed by Donald Ross on 110 acres in 1916, the course was rebuilt in 1924 after the purchase of the 50 additional acres of land west of the Skokie River. Captain Charles Hugh Alison of the English firm of Colt, McKenzie and Alison redesigned the course to utilize this additional land. Though renovated at times, the Alison design has served as the foundation of the course since reopening on July 4th 1925. The course at Bob O’Link is one of only 33 Colt & Alison golf courses remaining in North America. In 2015, the members of Bob O’Link invested significantly in the preservation of the historic, Alison designed course, courageously passing the Centennial Initiative. This was the largest undertaking at the Club since Alison redesigned the Ross course in 1924. The project, led by famed architect, Jim Urbina included restoration of 60 original Alison bunkers, recapturing acres of lost fairway space, removal of trees that had suffocated turf, rebuilding of all greens to USGA specifications while maintaining the historic Alison shapes and contours, a new, state of the art irrigation and drainage pump system, and regrassing all playing surfaces. The course re-opened in June of 2016 and is now one of the best representations of C. H. Alison's work in the world. Since the end of the Centennial Initiative project in 2016, our interns have been involved in numerous on course improvements including but not limited to: Renovation of all practice facilities including construction of 3 USGA greens, Two Better Billy Bunkers, new irrigation and drainage Installation of over two miles of drainage in house Installation of twenty-five acres of fine fescue Several bentgrass expansion around greens It is a goal of our department to provide an experience where turf professionals will be involved with all course improvement and daily maintenance tasks.
- $15 /hr + OT (Housing Available)
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By Lost Tree Club, - updated February 2 - North Palm Beach, Florida
Lost Tree Club is seeking hard-working, highly motivated individuals beginning their career in the golf course management industry. Interns will work closely with the superintendent and assistant superintendents to gain experience in all facets golf course maintenance. Duties will include daily golf course setup, fertilizer and pesticide applications, sprayer and spreader calibration, irrigation troubleshooting and repairs, small project management, and crew management. Interns will also gain valuable experience in aggressive summer cultural practices of warm-season turf, including aerification, drill and fill, DryJect, and verticutting of greens, tees, and fairways. This opportunity will prepare interns for the beginning of their career in the golf course industry upon completion of their education program. There are two intern positions available beginning May 1, 2021. Lost Tree Club is an exclusive, private 18-hole facility located in North Palm Beach, Florida. Originally designed by Mark Mahannah in 1961, the course underwent a major renovation in 2002, designed by Jack Nicklaus. We maintain TifEagle bermudagrass greens, seashore paspalum tees, Celebration bermudagrass fairways and TifSport rough. The irrigation system is supplied through a reverse osmosis plant and consists of Toro Lynx central control with Network VP field controllers.
- $16 per hour
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By Victory Ranch Club, - Kamas, Utah
Victory Ranch Club in beautiful Park City, Utah is seeking motivated individuals to join our team for the 2021 season as golf course interns. Recent graduates of an accredited turf program, or individuals with a seasoned work history are also encouraged to apply as the opportunity of Assistant-In-Training within our program is available. The club encompasses 6700 acres, and activities at the ranch include blue-ribbon fly fishing, mountain trail hiking and riding, skeet shooting, zip-lining, Nordic skiing, snowmobiling, pickle ball and tennis, and of course world class golf. Designed by renowned architect Rees Jones, the championship golf course boasts panoramic views of mountain ranges, the Jordanelle Reservoir, and the Provo River. The course features bentgrass tees, greens, and fairways, with bluegrass rough and fescue secondary rough. Victory Ranch is consistently rated as one of the best golf courses in Utah, and is ranked in Golfweek's Top 200 modern courses. A course renovation was recently completed in 2020, which included all new bunkers, a new short-game practice facility, and resurfacing of all approaches and collars. Under the direction of the superintendent and assistant superintendent, interns will play an important role in assisting with the maturation of these areas. Other duties expected during the internship include hand watering, irrigation audit, equipment operation, chemical and fertilizer applications, aerification practices, moisture management, and leading small crews and projects. Our goal is to establish a foundation, or build upon one already in place, that propels interns into the next phase of their career. The right individuals will have the opportunity to share in the planning process and truly be an integral part of making Victory Ranch one of the best clubs in the western United States. The greater Park City area is highly regarded as a mecca for outdoor recreational opportunities, boasting world class fishing, skiing, hiking, biking, and outdoor activities. With numerous state and national parks at our doorstep, interns will have ample opportunity to enjoy all Utah has to offer during their time at Victory Ranch. Interns will be expected and encouraged to establish a proper balance of work and recreation, and take advantage of all that Utah has to offer. www.victoryranchutah.com
- $16-19 D.O.E per hour plus OT and housing
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By McCall Golf Club, - Upper Darby, Pennsylvania
McCall Golf Club is a private 18 hole facility founded in 1912, designed by Donald Ross and William Flynn located outside of Philadelphia Pa. McCall will be implementing its first master plan with the help of Jim Nagle of Forse Design starting in the spring of 2021. As a second assistant you will work closely with the Superintendent and the first assistant on all aspects of course maintenance and projects related to the master plan. You must be dedicated, motivated and willing to learn all areas of course maintenance. This is a hands on position!!!
- Negotiable based on experience
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By Woodcrest Country Club, - Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Woodcrest Country Club, located in Cherry Hill, NJ is looking for a 2nd Assistant Superintendent with at least 2 years of golf course management experience. Applicant must have a basic understanding and experience in watering, irrigation, pesticide applications and working with a diverse staff. Woodcrest is a private 18 golf club with extensive practice facilities located 20 minutes east of Philadelphia. Applicant must be able work in a fast-paced environment and willing to learn and take on new initiatives and duties as time and progress dictate.
- $18.00 - $24.00, plus overtime/Salary Negotiable
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By The Olympic Club, - San Francisco , California
The 2nd Assistant Superintendent position involves all facets of golf course management with an emphasis on irrigation, fertilizer/pesticide and employee management under the supervision of the Golf Course Superintendents. Supervises: Greenkeepers and Groundkeepers The Olympic Club, a premier athletic and golf club in San Francisco was established in 1860. Home to two championship golf courses and one executive course. The Olympic Club has been host to 5 U.S. Open Championships: 1955, 1966, 1987, 1998 and 2012, the 1958, 1981 and 2007 U.S. Amateur Championship, 2004 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, the inaugural 2015 USGA Four Ball Championship and is pleased to be chosen to host the 2021 U.S. Open Women’s Championship. Exciting updates to come: U.S. Women’s Open in 2021 – Current preparations have begun New Golf Maintenance facility to open in February 2020 – 27,000 square foot state-of-the art facility New John Deere equipment fleet in March 2020 Extensive golf course drainage project to begin in Summer 2020 New irrigation system to be installed property wide in 2021 Awarded the U.S. Amateur 2025, 2028 PGA Championship and 2032 Ryder Cup Hired renowned golf course architect Gil Hanse, to complete a 45-hole Master Plan in Fall 2020
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By Claremont Country Club, - Oakland, California
Overview: The 2nd Assistant Superintendent will join our team of turf professionals and will work alongside the Superintendent and Lead Assistant to provide exceptional year around conditions for members and guests. The 2nd Assistant will be exposed to all aspects of golf course management and leadership at one of California’s premier private county clubs. Claremont Country Club was established in 1897 and moved to its current location in 1903 where James “Pop” Smith laid out the original course. In the late 20’s, Alister MacKenzie and Robert Hunter renovated the course to its current routing. Over the last 15 years, using a 1930 aerial photo, the club has worked with Architect Jim Urbina to restore the MacKenzie / Hunter greens, bunkers and characteristics helping to gain entry into the MacKenzie Society of golf courses. Over the next few years, the club will continue work to restore the natural look and playability of the course using sustainable maintenance practices, organic fertilizer programs and chemical and water use reduction techniques. Our membership is a wonderful and supportive group. We believe strongly in maintaining a healthy work / life balance. Position Summary: Entry level management position working with the Superintendent and Lead Assistant to maintain the golf course and grounds at the highest level. Our priorities are plant health, playability and aesthetics in that order with an emphasis and firm, fast and green surfaces. The 2nd Assistant will be included in all levels of management with the main focus being crew training, supervision, product application and irrigation management. As are the Superintendent and Lead Assistant, this is a working position where you will be expected to complete tasks while overseeing daily set up and maintenance of the course.
- $60,000 salary or $28 per hour dependent on experience and job classification
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By Oak Hill Country Club, - Rochester, New York
Oak Hill Country Club is a 36-hole facility located in Rochester NY. Both championship courses are designed by storied architect, Donald Ross, and the East Course is consistently ranked as a top 25 course in the country and one of the greatest venues for championship golf. In August of 2019, the East Course went through an extensive restoration project led by architect Andrew Green. The renovation included the rebuilding of all greens, bunkers, as well as various other course improvement projects. The successful completion and reopening of the East Course in May of 2020 has led to a Master Plan for the West Course that will be led again by Andrew Green. Currently Oak Hill is scheduled to host the 2027 US Amateur and the 2023 PGA Championship, and as Tiger Woods puts it, “It’s the hardest, fairest golf course we’ve ever played.” In preparation for future championships at Oak Hill, we are looking to build our team with individuals who want to strive towards our motto of “Be The Best.” A second assistant at Oak Hill has been solely focused on developing the next generation of golf course superintendents. Our goal is to educate, develop, and shape an individual’s skill set in all aspects of golf course management with a strong focus on preparation for the next step in your career. At Oak Hill, we have strong emphasis of promoting from within. We also have a thorough network of industry professionals and a membership that is willing and able to help advance the career of their employees. In the past 16 years Oak Hill has been able to help place 8 of our superintendents into roles of their own across the country all the while promoting our 2nd assistants into superintendent roles at Oak Hill Responsibilities- To assist the Manager of Grounds & Golf Courses along with Superintendents to achieve our yearly agronomic and staffing goals which will include but are not limited to working with and leading crews of the maintenance team, water management, fertilizer and chemical applications, calibration, drainage installation, irrigation repair and numerous agronomic and cultural practices.
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By Greenbrier Sporting Club, - updated January 21 - White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
Turf care experience? Worked on a golf course in golf maintenance? We are seeking an energetic Golf Course 2nd Assistant for our renowned 18-hole golf course and 9-hole short course at a high end resort/residential club. We work in partnership with the world-famous Greenbrier Resort, former home of the Fed Ex PGA tournament The Military Tribute at The Greenbrier. The Greenbrier Sporting Club is an exclusive, high-end, private member's club and residential community offering the best of West Virginia real estate located within the lush 11,000 acres of the world-famous Greenbrier Resort. Members enjoy two restaurants on Club grounds, two pools, spa, fitness center, equestrian, golf course, outdoor pursuits in addition to all amenities at The Greenbrier resort. Overseeing approximately 20+ employees, the 2nd Assistant reports to the Golf Course Superintendent and is part of a detail-oriented team creating a superior golf experience for members and guests. Willing to train the right candidate. Oversees and conducts, mowing, trimming, bunker building and maintenance, pond maintenance, watering, fertilizing, pesticide applications, mulching, debris removal, signage, walkway repairs, tree trimming and removal, bride clearance, and any other needs on the course or member grounds areas. Contributes to the planning of daily work based on weather conditions, course needs and member play including adapting to a changing environment. Works with the Superintendent to manage the condition of the golf courses, including the perimeters, water channels and streams. Implements the cultural program to manage turf health, function of irrigation system, and follows applicable laws to apply pesticides. Follows an approved plan for equipment, supply, and equipment purchasing and works with Accounting to deliver accurate projections, reports, PO system, and inventory. Provides information to the Superintendent related to the Golf Maintenance department for compliance and tracking Reports equipment repair to ensure courses are maintained to the highest level expected by members Assists in recruiting and provides guidance and training to golf maintenance employees. Works with Golf Operations to ensure course work is coordinated with member golf play and tournaments. Ensures the highest level of course details are given attention. Assists the Superintendent to provide department leadership which includes coaching, communication, training, and documentation. Contributes to employee scheduling and communicates employee timekeeping and leave approval to the Superintendent. Communicate to Superintendent on a regular basis regarding projects, expenses, operational items and employee issues. Attend department or club meetings and trainings. Provide quality working environment for employees to be successful and productive. Ensure members and guests are treated in a professional and courteous manner consistent with the standards of The Greenbrier Sporting Club. ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Treats all members and guests in a friendly and respectful manner in accordance with the standards of excellence of The Greenbrier Sporting Club Maintains a service culture that supports warmth and hospitality Assists other departments and perform additional duties as required Understands and follows policies and procedures of The Greenbrier Sporting Club Promotes a positive atmosphere Work in partnership with outside vendors
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By Morris County Golf Club, - updated 6 hours ago - Morristown, New Jersey
The Morris County Golf Club Turf Care Team is looking to add a new member. This is a great opportunity for someone just finishing school or recent internship and looking to advance their career in our industry. Morris County Golf Club was established in 1894 and designed by Seth Raynor and C.B. MacDonald. MCGC was an early member of the USGA and the first New Jersey venue to host a national championship. Some fabled names in the sport that have been associated with the Clubs' history: Harry Vardon, Ted Ray, the immortal Bobby Jones, and Chick Evans to name a few.
- $50,000-55,000/DOE, Housing
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By Union League Golf Club at Torresdale, - updated 51 minutes ago - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Green Department at The Union League Golf Club at Torresadale is seeking a turf professional whom is passionate, career driven, self motivated, detail oriented and takes pride in preparing a championship caliber golf course for its members and guests. The Union League of Philadelphia, ranked the #1 City Club in the country 5 years and counting, purchased Torresdale in 2014, making it the first full service country club within its portfolio. In 2017, the Club expanded its private golf club portfolio with the acquisition of Union League National Golf Club located at the Jersey Shore. Most recently, Union League of Philadelphia has entered into an agreement to purchase The Ace Club in Lafayette Hill PA. This amazing facility will soon become Union League Liberty Hill providing our membership and guests with additional amenities. Each facility provides a unique member golf experience from a classic Donald Ross design to an impressive design currently under renovation by Fry/ Straka Global Golf Course Design and the signature designed Liberty Hill by Gary Player in 2003. Similarly, the maintenance of each property is quite unique with varying soil types and turf species. While this opportunity is currently open at Torresdale, the opportunity to gain experience at all 3 properties is anticipated. Whether it may be project related, an agronomic process or a Member Guest tournament, the 2nd Assistant will work closely with the Director of Agronomy, Superintendents and other management team members to develop short and long term goals and plans to be completed within the operations. Problem solving and providing solutions to challenges that the team faces will also be a responsibility. The 2nd Assistant ensures the proper training and evaluation of their staff in order to deliver the best possible member experience. The 2nd Assistant must possess a strong knowledge base for the daily maintenance of a golf course including, but not limited to hand watering, operating and troubleshooting of an automatic irrigation system, pesticide and fertilizer applications, record keeping, IPM measures, equipment operation and golf course set up. An extensive list of capital improvement plans are on the docket including, but not limited to a 25 acre par 3 course, state-of-the-art maintenance facilities, driving range and short game facilities, complete replacement of an irrigation system and many more Master Plan improvement projects. Join our Turf Team, grow with us and advance in your career path!
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By Laurel Valley Golf Club, - Ligonier, Pennsylvania
Laurel Valley Golf Club, designed by architect Dick Wilson and renovated by Arnold Palmer is located in Ligonier, Pennsylvania (1 hour east of Pittsburgh). Since its opening Laurel Valley Golf Club has hosted the 1975 Ryder Cup and 1965 PGA Championship and is currently seeking motivated, hard-working and determined individuals who have a desire to learn and advance in the golf course industry. The ideal candidate would be one who is looking to eventually become a golf course superintendent. This position will work hand in hand with the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent to provide championship level playing conditions and turf health on a daily basis. The Club is currently going through a Golf Course renovation; that includes bunker renovation, and an extensive drainage project on all playing surfaces and rough. Position Responsibilities Proper Calibration of Sprayers and Fertilizer Spreaders Proper Plant Protectant Application Water Management Equipment Operation Course Setup Irrigation Maintenance Cultural Practices (aerification, topdressing, etc.) Lead Small Crews
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By Tamarack Country Club, - updated March 25 - Greenwich, Connecticut
Rated #5 in the State of Connecticut by Golf Digest. Tamarack Country Club was designed by legendary architect Charles Banks, opening in 1929. Brian Silva recently directed master plan renovation work. Tamarack is located in Greenwich Connecticut approximately 30 minutes from New York City. Please visit www.tamarackcountryclub.com for course history and description.
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