- 93Golf Course Superintendent
- 1Superintendent/General Manager
- 196Assistant Superintendent
- 372nd Assistant Superintendent
- 2Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 42Equipment/Shop Manager
- 41Turf Equipment Technician
- 11Assistant Equipment Technician
- 22Spray/Applications Technician
- 21Irrigation Technician
- 8Irrigation Manager
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 3Sports Turf Manager
- 6Sports Turf Technician
- 4Landscape Manager
- 13Landscape Technician
- 4Lawn Care Manager
- 14Lawn Care Technician
- 2Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 5Crew Foreman
- 10Equipment Operator
- 29Grounds Staff
- 78Seasonal Intern
- 1Construction Shaper/Crew
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 7Sales Representative
- 4Sales Manager
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By Lakeside Country Club, - Houston, Texas
Lakeside Country Club is currently offering a lead assistant superintendent position. Founded in 1951 as a Private Country Club, Lakeside Country Club is located just outside the Houston city limits and has approximately 1000 members. The golf course is currently undergoing a complete transformation with architect Jay Blasi. With the new design, the rerouting of a new layout and the creation of a new short course, the goal of Lakeside is to be best in class in the Houston area and in the state of Texas. The newly constructed course is set to reopen in late November. Duties include but are not limited to: Opportunity for full construction and golf course grow in experience. Opportunities to manage small teams with different construction processes, including: · Putting green drainage and greens mix installation · Tee drainage and sand cap installation · Green surround drainage and sand cap installation · 2” Fairway seepage drainage installation · Bunker construction, including 4” pipe and Bunker Solutions liner installation · RainBird 2-wire system installation and operation, including Rain Bird CirrusPRO · HDPE pipe installation · Soil testing process and management · Calibration and management of grow-in fertilizer program for sod, sprigs and putting greens · Advanced hand watering and moisture management techniques Other Job Duties include: · Maintains a current Pesticide Applicator License through the TDA. Responsible for keeping up with CEU’s and any education requirements mandatory by the TDA. · Responsible for pesticide applications and becomes an expert at spray program development. Ability to apply and calibrate products through a GPS sprayer as well as manual systems. · Budgetary responsibilities including inventory management and introduction to agronomic planning. · Short term and long-term future planning with the Director of Golf Course Maintenance. · Assists the Director of Golf Course Maintenance in performing all daily grounds and golf course maintenance activities. · Serve in the Director of Golf Course Maintenance’s capacity during his/her absence. · Maintains an open line of communication with the golf course director, management and co-workers. · Supervises and creates job assignments for Green and Grounds Personnel. · Assists in maintaining policy and record keeping for underground fuel storage tanks. · Has a working knowledge and ability to run all golf course equipment.
- $70,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Lake Barkley State Park, - Cadiz, Kentucky
Lake Barkley State Resort Park is in Western Kentucky near Cadiz Kentucky. This Larry Packard designed 18-hole golf course (Boots Randolph Golf Course) has USGA greens converted in summer of 2020 to Tifeagle Ultradwarf bermudagrass. Tees, fairways and primary rough are Tifway II bermudagrass and secondary rough is warm and cool season grasses. Another exciting project happening is the complete restoration/mitigation of Blue Spring Creek, a beautiful spring fed creek that drains the entire area through the golf course into Lake Barkley. Not only will this creek be an environmental masterpiece, but it will also enhance several the golf holes. This project is being led by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife. While the work will be entirely contracted out, the Superintendent and golf staff will gain unique experience throughout the process. More info about the course can be found at: https://parks.ky.gov/cadiz/golf/golf-course/lake-barkley-boots-randolph-golf-course Job Requirements: Assists Golf Course Superintendent in all phases of golf maintenance and agronomic operations, cost control, and personnel. Leads staff and performs duties in the care and maintenance of the turf, ornamental plants, shrubs, trees, and wetlands on the facility grounds under the guidance of the Golf Course Superintendent. Leads staff in projects and routine maintenance activities. Calibrates and operates the equipment necessary to apply chemicals and fertilizers. Applies irrigation water in accordance with procedures. Diagnoses irrigation repair needs and performs repairs. Directs, trains, and assists a group of maintenance personnel in the performance of routine care and maintenance work for a golf course. Inspects machinery and equipment to determine their operating condition and repair needs. Purchases supplies for the park and golf course. Performs public relations functions in the absence of the Golf Course Superintendent. Prepares operating records and makes reports of park and golf activities. Prepares reports, summaries, and recommendations pertaining to golf course development. Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license to qualify for employment in this job classification. Must obtain Kentucky Pesticide Applicator License within six months of employment. The N-18 Pesticide Applicators License required by this position can be obtained by passing the test administered by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. Must maintain any required licensure(s), certification(s), or other credentials for the length of employment in this job classification. Employing agency is responsible for ensuring employee possesses and maintains required licensure(s), certification(s), or other credentials. Some travel required for turf and department meetings and conferences. Overtime and weekends required periodically. Work is typically performed outdoors.
- $32,042 to $51,269 per year
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By City and County of Denver - Denver Parks and Recreation - Denver Golf, - Denver, Colorado
With eight golf facilities, Denver Golf has something for everyone: one 27-hole regulation golf course, four 18-hole regulation golf courses, one 18-hole executive mountain golf course, two 9-hole par three golf courses, two Miniature Golf facilities, five driving ranges (including the signature Aqua Golf water range), six Restaurants, and Denver Junior Golf - The First Tee of Denver (one of the largest Junior Golf programs in the country). Denver Golf has outstanding course conditions and top-notch guest services for the best value. From urban golf settings to mountain vistas, you will find it here at Denver Golf. Denver Parks and Recreation’s Golf Division is looking to hire an enthusiastic and hard-working Assistant Superintendent to join our team at John F. Kennedy Golf Course. Kennedy Golf Course boasts 36-holes of golf (400 acres) and is a great landing spot for high-performing turfgrass professionals who enjoy a fast-paced environment. Building strong professional teams from within is a high priority for Denver Golf, and this course presents opportunities to grow and develop, so that you’re ready for your next role! The Assistant Superintendent will report directly to the Superintendent and will be responsible for ensuring high-quality turf conditions, executing golf course operation priorities set forth by the Superintendent, and managing the day-to-day course maintenance. The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent duties include: Directing and supervising the work of up to 25 seasonal outdoor workers Supervising irrigation and water management practices Overseeing and conducting chemical and pesticide application Managing the planning and execution of irrigation system changes and updates, and course construction projects (as needed) Ensuring proper winterization of the course including fencing, tarping, end-of-season agronomy practices, irrigation winterization, and chemical applications Monitoring, controlling, and ordering maintenance inventory Enforcing and following safety standards and practices for employees Partnering with their assigned Recruiter to attract, interview, hire, and retain seasonal employees Recommending employee disciplinary action to the Superintendent as needed Performing other related duties as assigned
- $52,000 to $62,000 per year
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By SYLVANIA COUNTRY CLUB, - updated Friday at 06:53 PM - SYLVANIA, Ohio
Sylvania Country Club is a 100 year old club in the Toledo area. Greens are original poa-bent mix and fairways are rygrass. Sylvaina CC is the birthplace of the GCSAA and also the location of the first meeting between Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus during the 1954 Ohio Amateur. We are the annual host to a popular AJGA event the Dana Open. Offers a fast-paced work environment where you will be required to make decisions on the fly. You will be involved in building leadership skills as well as developing a winning team culture. We will prepare you for the next phase of your career. Great opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience and understand that life does exist away from work. The position is involved with all aspects of management and you are expected to; hire, schedule, train and lead all employees of the department. Oversee application of all products to the property. Assist with all facets of water management, course and grounds preparations as well as daily maintenance of the entire property.
- $40,000 to $50,000 per year
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By Pine Valley Country Club, - updated Friday at 04:59 PM - Fort Wayne, Indiana
Pine Valley Country Club is a privately owned 18-hole golf course located in Fort Wayne, IN. (Fort Wayne is voted one of the most affordable areas to live in the country.) Pine Valley Country Club was founded in 1966 and redesigned by Bob Lohmann and Todd Quitno. In 2022, a brand-new Toro irrigation system with a brand new Watertronics pump station was installed by Heritage Links. Upgrades and new construction have been taking place on the golf course and the clubhouse throughout the years. Plans for the near future on the course will be a complete remodel and reconstruction of the driving range and practice facility. Pine Valley has hosted many Indiana PGA and amateur events along with USGA qualifiers in the past. Pine Valley is looking for a highly passionate and motivated individual to learn, experience, and teach all the aspects of maintaining pristine playing conditions for members on a daily basis. This individual along with the Director of Agronomy & Facilities and Superintendent manage, teach, and direct all daily routine preparations along with all golf course maintenance programs. Working as a team and collaborating with team members of Pine Valley is a trait we are looking for to succeed and accomplish the goals to give the best product we can for the members.
- $50,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Fall River Country Club, - Fall River, Massachusetts
Fall River Country Club Tucked away on a quiet and secluded parcel of land in the North End of Fall River, Massachusetts, the Fall River Country Club is a classic New England golf course. Situated along the banks of the Taunton River, the Fall River Country Club features water views on 17 of our 18 holes, along with beautiful vistas from our full-service Clubhouse. Member Owned - Private Founded:1895 Architect: Arthur H Fenn 1895, early 1900s Renovation - Tom Winton (Original 9), Cornish & Robinson additional 9 holes 1975 Robert McNeil -Golf Course Master Plan (2022) Members: 600 (400 full golfing, 200 social and non full golfing) Rounds per year: 27,000 rounds annually Tee Times: None, first come, first serve - First Tee opens at 7:00 am Member Events: 50 days of events (6 major men's events, 6 major women's events) Outings: 35 Total, 30 Corporate and Charity Events between 100-172 players
- $45,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Cherry Creek Country Club, - updated Friday at 02:54 PM - Denver, Colorado
Boasting a Nicklaus Signature Design, Cherry Creek Country Club takes pride in our daily course management through progressive techniques in turf care. We utilize the latest advancements in technology to produce award winning course conditions as awarded to us in 2008 with “Best Course Conditions,” and followed up by "Best Overall Experience" in 2012. We pride ourselves to continually seek out and try new techniques that will separate ourselves from other clubs to our members and their guests. The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent reports directly to the Golf Course Superintendent. Under the superintendent's supervision, the assistant superintendent directs and participates in the maintenance of the golf course; supervises the maintenance and repair of the irrigation system; and performs related work as required. The assistant superintendent may serve in the superintendent's capacity during his/her absence
- $60,000 to $60,000 per year
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By Oakland Hills Country Club, - updated Friday at 12:39 PM - Bloomfield Township, Michigan
Currently, the future of Oakland Hills is focused on a long-term vision of its employees as we look for motivated, leaders and builders. Individuals with a passion for golf, agronomy, business management and golf course architecture should explore the opportunity to be an Assistant Superintendent at Oakland Hills. The position emphasizes a team atmosphere with Assistant Superintendents being involved in all facets of our agronomy program including fertilizer/chemical application, cutting edge water management, irrigation diagnostics and repair, course set up, and management of a team. The DNA of Oakland Hills Country Club is major championship golf. As stewards of the game, we are committed to maintaining and continuing the traditions and legacies of this great club. Following one of the biggest golf course transformations of this century Oakland Hills is dedicated to revolutionizing the golfing landscape and upward trajectory at the club as we open a new chapter on the history of Oakland Hills. That new chapter began with a Spring announcement from the USGA awarding Oakland Hills eight Championships over the next 28 years starting with the U.S. Junior Amateur in 2024. The list of Championships include: 2024 U.S. Junior Amateur 2029 U.S. Women’s Amateur 2031 U.S. Women’s Open 2034 U.S. Open 2038 U.S. Girls’ Junior Amateur 2042 U.S. Women’s Open 2047 U.S. Amateur 2051 U.S. Open Beginning in 1916, with Walter Hagen as the first club pro, Oakland Hills—a 36-hole Donald Ross private club—has been the epitome of championship golf, hosting 17 major championships with tournament winners such as Gary Player, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Ben Hogan who dubbed it, “The Monster,” on its Donald Ross designed South Course. Recently, Gil Hanse, Jim Wagner and the Caveman Construction team restored the famed South Course to Donald Ross’ original masterpiece debuting in the summer of 2021 to rave reviews from the membership and the world—the restoration sky-rocketed the course from #72 in GOLF.com world rankings to #31 after less than a year. The restoration included: USGA spec greens PrecisionAire vaulted units in 19 greens with the ability to heat, cool, vacuum and pressure Complete reseed of all short grass playing surfaces with 007/777/L93-XD and Flagstick bentgrasses New bunkers with Better Billy Bunker liner New Rain Bird 2-wire irrigation system and Watertronics pump station 23 miles of new drainage Extensive tree removal Presently, the future of Oakland Hills is concentrated on a long-term vision of its employees and golf course infrastructure that includes a Gil Hanse Master Plan of the Donald Ross North Course as well as a new maintenance facility slated to begin early next year. Oakland Hills is committed to providing its employees the necessary business acumen and agronomic skillset to be successful at any level and it is of the highest importance to build a team to assist the transition to the future at the club. This is a great opportunity for career changers that have a passion for golf and want to have fun. https://www.golfcoursearchitecture.net/content/oakland-hills-south-roars-back https://www.instagram.com/p/CSPPvpyrQxx/ https://golfweek.usatoday.com/2021/10/18/oakland-hills-gil-hanse-golf-course-restoration/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujzZZF4_tCw https://www.usga.org/content/usga/home-page/articles/2022/03/oakland-hills-michigan-host-2-us-opens-4-other-usga-events.html https://www.golfdigest.com/story/oakland-hills-usga-us-open-2034-2051
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By Sebonack Golf Club, - updated Friday at 11:49 AM - Southampton, New York
Sebonack Golf Club is inviting enthusiastic turf professionals to apply for Assistant positions with our Agronomy Team Situated on 300 acres in Southampton, NY Sebonack Golf Club is a Jack Nicklaus / Tom Doak collaboration. The 2013 host site for the USGA Women's Open Championship Sebonack is consistently ranked among Golf Digest Top 100. We currently hold the 38th position. Managing bentgrass greens complementing fine fescue fairways this wind swept Peconic Bay site offers a unique opportunity to experience sea-side style management. This position will allow the individual to be closely involved with the intensely managed playing surfaces on a daily basis. Sebonack Golf Club is committed to providing the finest playing conditions while improving on the facility annually. A capital improvement list and schedule will be discussed during the interview process. A new Superintendent has been put in place recently. An emphasis on strong culture building, professional development, and a work-life balance will be a priority.
- $80,000 to $95,000 per year
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By Diamond Creek Golf Club, - updated Thursday at 08:29 PM - Banner Elk, North Carolina
Diamond Creek is seeking an Assistant Superintendent to join our agronomist team. This person will work alongside the Superintendent and the Assistants who handle all daily operations of the course. The course features cool-season grasses with bentgrass greens, tees, and fairways. The rough is Kentucky bluegrass with the secondary rough being fine fescue. Candidates must be reliable, self-motivated, and willing to learn. The Assistant will work in unison with the Superintendent and his Assistants when making operational decisions and developing agronomic schedules to efficiently manage a team of over 30 people. The maintenance team takes a great deal of pride in presenting a perfectly maintained championship-caliber golf course every day. Our goal for the Assistant Superintendent is for them to acquire the skills necessary to excel and position themselves to become an industry leading golf course superintendent. Diamond Creek is an 18-hole, private golf club located in the town of Banner Elk, North Carolina. The Tom Fazio design opened in 2003 and currently sits at number 86 on Golf Digest’s America’s Greatest Golf Courses. Banner Elk is in the Blue Ridge Mountains and sits in the center of the Pisgah National Forrest. With a cool summer climate, there are plenty of outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking, fishing and rafting. In the winter, Banner Elk sits between the two largest ski resorts in North Carolina – Sugar Mountain and Beech Mountain. Appalachian State University in Boone, NC is a 30-minute drive from Banner Elk, and Johnson City, TN is about an hour’s drive. These areas as well as Banner Elk, offer college town festivities, sporting events, shopping, restaurants, nightlife, and cultural events.
- $50,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Northmoor Country Club, - updated Thursday at 07:34 PM - Highland Park, Illinois
Northmoor Country Club, originally a Donald Ross design, is located in Highland Park, Illinois in the golf-rich North Shore of Chicago. A distinguished club established in 1918, Northmoor is one of the premier country clubs in the area. Northmoor boasts 27 holes of golf, practice facility, a strong racquet program, platform tennis, a Junior-Olympic size swimming pool and multiple dining options. In 2022, the Club underwent major construction on nine of its 27 holes. The goal of the project was to solve flooding issues the property had long endured. After expanding and relocating two large ponds and moving 130,000 cubic yards of dirt, a new nine was routed and built, designed by Tyler Rae. The new nine was built with USGA variable depth greens, new tees, Better Billy Bunkers, pumpstation and pumphouse, and a new Toro 2-wire irrigation system. We are in the final stages of the grow-in and will be wrapping it all up this spring with the intention of opening by mid-June. With all this in mind, we are looking for someone with a strong personality, skillset and more than anything, a perpetually positive attitude. Risk will be taken, mistakes will be made, and we will all continue to learn and better ourselves. While there is no room for complacency, I do believe in a work-life balance; I have a family of my own. The longer we are there does not translate to better conditions and member enjoyment. I believe in efficiency, effective time management and putting others before yourself. Personal character and leadership qualities will have more of an impact here than tactical abilities. The right candidate should have the overarching goal of one day moving on to their own Superintendent role. I will do whatever I can to help achieve that through my extensive networking system, both locally and nationally. This will be a phenomenal learning and career-advancement opportunity that will translate well to future opportunities. Of the two Assistants I’ve had the good fortune of working with here, both have moved on to enviable roles at unique locations throughout the United States.
- $70,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Sugarloaf Mountain Corporation, - updated Thursday at 06:37 PM - Carrabassett Valley, Maine
The Sugarloaf Golf Club is located in Carrabassett Valley, Maine. It is nestled in the state’s western mountains, providing breath-taking views on every hole. This Robert Trent Jones Jr. gem was established in 1985. It is consistently in the top 5 courses in Maine and we will continue to strive to be the best. The tight winding layout, stretching across mountainsides, valleys, and rivers provides challenges for both golfer and turf manager. We like to take that opportunity head on to create something special for every season. Our maintenance team works constantly to improve conditions through drainage projects, tree removal, and bunker renovations. We also have plans for the construction of a new short course addition on the horizon. Along with our daily play, we annually hold a State of Maine Championship and are on the AJGA Tour as one of their final stops. We work alongside tournament directors to ensure the conditions match the difficulty for the players. This salaried role typically works a 40-hour week with some seasonal fluctuations as weather and guest volume demand. Full-time, year-round team members are eligible for benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401K) and paid time off. This role also comes with other great job perks such as golf and skiing privileges, seasonal bonuses, access to affordable employee housing, resort discounts, and a uniform allowance. Responsibilities: The Assistant Superintendent works alongside the crew to provide the best conditions possible on a daily basis under the guidance of the course Superintendent. The Assistant will also work directly with mechanics to help problem solve and to aid in seasonal innovations. Additionally, the Assistant will be responsible for accurate fertilizer application, plant protectant application, irrigation repair, water management, and the overall daily maintenance of the course.
- $48,000 to $52,000 per year
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By Empire Golf Management, - Newfield, New Jersey
White Oaks Country Club is a public 18-hole golf course located in Newfield, New Jersey. We are looking to expand our hard-working team. We are looking for an Assistant Superintendent that is a team player, hardworking, strong irrigation background is a must, and 2 plus years of experience with turf management. Willing to train the right person. This is a year-round position. Duties include but are not limited to crew supervision and training, irrigation system repair and maintenance, spraying and recording of all pesticides, application of fertilizers and knowledge with golf course maintenance equipment.
- $47,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Indian Bayou Golf Club, - Destin, Florida
INDIAN BAYOU GOLF CLUB IS SEEKING A QUALIFIED AND MOTIVATED INDIVIDUAL FOR THE POSITION OF ASSISTANT GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT. Indian Bayou Golf Club is an eighteen-hole semiprivate club in Destin on Florida's northern gulf coast. The course was originally designed by Earl Stone and renovated under his new design with USGA spec TifEagle greens, new bunkers, practice area, and irrigation system. The property consists of 250 total acres with 100 acres of turfgrass, 3.5 acres of greens, 20 acres of lakes and approximately 15 acres of maintained natural areas and beds. Almost all turf is Tifway bermudagrass with some tees and rough areas in Celebration and BA305 zoysiagrass. Responsibilities include: Coordinating with the superintendent and other assistant in the planning, scheduling and implementation of maintenance practices and projects. Training and supervising employees and being accountable for the finished results of work. Maintain awareness and communication of changing course conditions and maintenance needs with the superintendent. Supervising and participating in the IPM and plant fertility programs. Monitor irrigation needs, coordinating with the superintendent for scheduling and system maintenance and repair needs.
- $50,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Clear Creek Tahoe, - updated Thursday at 03:12 PM - Carson City, Nevada
The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent (AGCS) will join our management team and play an integral role in the success of the golf course maintenance department. The AGCS, under the supervision of the Golf Course Superintendent, directs and participates in the daily maintenance of the golf course, and assists with the planning, coordination, and execution of the golf maintenance program. We are looking for a self-driven, skilled individual that is passionate about delivering a high-quality product and has a proven track record in the turf industry. We are committed to providing an organized workplace and environment that enables success, stays current with modern maintenance techniques, and helps us provide the best experience for our members. Job Duties Include but are not limited to: Assists with the planning and implementation of agronomic practices Assists with personnel management, evaluation, employee safety, and disciplinary action as needed Coordinates daily maintenance practices, crew assignments, scheduling, supervises and trains employees on tasks and proper use of equipment Leads project work and participates in course renovations Conducts pesticide and fertilizer applications, calibration, and record keeping Operates equipment when necessary Contributes to the maintenance of the irrigation system and coordinates repairs in conjunction with the Irrigation Technician Monitors water quality and assists with pumpstation/s and fertigation monitoring Aids in the develop and implementation of cultural practices Conducts safety meetings with staff and monitors working conditions Coordinates snow removal and winter maintenance activities during the offseason Must be flexible during the golf season and work weekends and holidays as needed Performs other duties as assigned
- $65,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Cog Hill Golf & Country Club, - updated Thursday at 11:03 AM - Lemont, Illinois
Cog Hill Golf & Country Club is a 72 hole Public golf facility located in the Desplaines River valley of Lemont, Illinois located 30 miles southwest of Chicago. Cog Hill is the dream and work of Joe Jemsek Mr. Jemsek acquired Cog Hill Golf & Country Club in 1951 from the Coghill family. The property at the time consisted of two, eighteen hole golf courses. Mr. Jemsek added a third course in 1963, and then added the famous Dubsdread in 1964. Cog Hill was built on high expectations and tradition which has created a world renowned Championship golf facility. Cog Hill has hosted professional and amateur tournaments dating back to 1970. Such tournaments include; the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links (1987), the U.S. Amateur Public Links (1970, 1989), the 97th U.S. Amateur (1997), the PGA Tour Western Open Championship (1991-2006), the PGA Tour BMW Championship (2007, 2009-2011) and the Jr. PGA Championship(2022). We are looking for motivated, up and coming turf professionals ready and willing to learn and forward their career. Opportunities for advancement within the ranks here at Cog Hill is a very real possibility as well as having our full support should you decide to seek opportunity elsewhere when you are ready to take the next step.
- $20 to $30 per hour
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By Willow Creek Golf Club, - Spring, Texas
We are Invited. At Invited, work feels like play, as you build relationships with your team and meet Members from all different backgrounds. Every time you step foot in your Club, you can create magic moments and enrich lives. So, join us and be a part of a fun, fast-paced, high-impact group of talented people. We are passionate about bringing people together and about bringing out the very best in life. Invited reflects our proud history of inclusiveness and captures our welcoming spirit. Our unprecedented collection of more than 200 golf and country, city, and stadium clubs share a common goal- building relationships and enriching lives. The time has come to build on our traditions and write new chapters. We welcome you to join us. Invited. Where You Belong. A Hidden Golf Gem Awaits Offering quiet solitude among a beautiful setting of rolling terrain, natural water hazards and 56 strategically placed bunkers, Willow Creek provides Members with a challenging, visually attractive and enjoyable round every time they play. The course was designed by Robert von Hagge and Bruce Devlin and presents a challenge right off the tees. Your golf experience at Willow Creek doesn’t end after the 18th hole. We also feature magnificent practice greens, chipping areas and a practice range featuring 30 stations, making Willow Creek one of Houston's premier golf facilities. Job Summary The First Assistant Superintendent is responsible for golf course maintenance operations, and staff under the leadership of the Golf Course Superintendent to ensure healthy growth of the golf course and 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. Day-to-Day Train and Implement Procedures for Golf Course Maintenance Staff Perform Chemical and Fertilizer applications Daily water management of Practices Greens, Tees, and Fairways Daily evaluation of turf for wear, disease, moisture, cut quality, growth rate, etc. Ensure all company policies, standards of operations, manuals, standards of conduct, safety rules, and policies against harassment are strictly followed by all staff and member/guests (including prompt intervention, investigation, and documentation). Determine appropriate personnel action (counseling, written warnings, suspension or termination) in the event of performance, attendance problems or violations of company policies coordinate with Human Resources, Legal, and Senior Management as necessary. Assign and develop work-efficient schedules to meet staffing needs of Golf Operations and as warranted, recruit and hire staff to provide superior level of member services. Effective communication with staff, members, and Senior Management.
- $50,000 to $50,000 per year
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By Benvenue Country Club, - Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Assistant Superintendent Benvenue Country Club, Rocky Mount, NC Salary Range $40,000-$50,000, DOE Application Deadline: Until filled Benvenue Country Club is in search of a motivated, team oriented individual with previous assistant superintendent experience preferred. Benvenue CC is a private, classic, 1922 Donald Ross designed 18 hole facility located in Rocky Mount, NC (45 miles east of Raleigh). We have an amazing supportive membership. The golf course is 85 Acres of turf and 10 acres of wooded areas. The course is bermudagrass with 2 acres of champion bermudagrass greens. Bunkers were just renovated in the past two years with capillary concrete. Great opportunity for a motivated individual to join the Benvenue team. Individual must be passionate about the industry, hardworking, organized and detail oriented. Primary responsibilities are to assist superintendent with daily operations and crew scheduling as well as pesticide and fertilizer applications, moisture management and irrigation scheduling, management and repair. Responsibilities: Work with superintendent on planning maintenance of turf areas Oversee completion of daily tasks and assist as required Check for disease, weeds, soil moisture and maintenance details Train seasonal employees Self motivated and detail oriented Accurate record keeping of all pesticide and fertilizer applications Pesticide and fertilizer applications Irrigation scheduling, maintenance and repair Leadership skills with the ability to lead staff while performing their duties Responsibilities not limited to above
- $40,000 to $50,000 per year
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By The Union League National Golf Club, - Swainton, New Jersey
Union League National Golf Club is seeking a career driven, self-motivated individual to join their team as an Assistant Superintendent. Union League National boasts a 236 acre, 27 championship hole golf course by the Nation's Finest Golf Architecture Team Fry/Straka, an expansive double-sided practice range with grass tees and an 18,000 square foot clubhouse. The golf course has received glowing reviews as one of the top redesigns in the country, and now all 27-holes are open to provide a once in a lifetime opportunity for members and guests. “This is honestly the only course project I know of, anywhere, that combines the two crucial elements: the massive earthmoving style and a Pine Valley-style palette — the soil and vegetation that we associate with great golf." said Jason Straka, golf course architect. “We hope to be the new Chicago Golf Club, the new Seminole, the new Pine Valley,” CEO Jeff McFadden, The Union League of Philadelphia said in November 2021 article. “We’re creating tradition. We’re not living on tradition, and that’s a big change for what makes us attractive." To learn more, please visit Union League National Golf Club Why join Union League National Golf Club: Join the country's #1 city club and industry leader in all club, hospitality and golf operation facets. Commitment to advancing the careers of our team, as the average tenure of a Union League employee is 18 years. Be a part of a team culture that is based on professional development, innovation and trust Accelerate your career in a fast-paced environment that caters to world-class member experiences with over 4,000 members The Club has devised a 10-year master plan to invest more than $100 million into facilities. Success Traits of Individual: A team player and self-motivated with a passion for maintaining Member – Guest conditions on a day in and day out basis. Desires to be an active mentor for others, and wants to take ownership in developing short and long term goals for the operation. Highly attentive to details, and improves efficiencies and overall performance of the operation. Passionate about the game of golf, and has a "can do" attitude to grow in their roles. Initial Priorities of Position: Learn the culture - The Assistant Superintendent ensures the proper training and evaluation of their staff to deliver the best possible member experience. Leads daily operations from cultural practices, applications, daily operations and crew management. Desires to accelerate their career specifically as it relates to crew management, project management and working for a premier club culture. Learns innovative practices and equipment to maintain sand-based playing surfaces, new bentgrass varieties, and sandy waste areas with various vegetation Compensation and Benefits: Salary - $45,000+ dependent on experience, and housing Health insurance - dental, vision, medical 401K with company match up to 5% Company will pay up to $5,000 annually towards continued education Tuition assistance Tournament volunteer Union League University professional development Preferred Qualifications 2-4 years of progressive experience in the turfgrass maintenance industry with at least 1 year of supervisory experience High School Diploma with certificate or degree in Turfgrass Science or comparable program Key Functions and Responsibilities: The Assistant Superintendent will work closely and collaborates with the Superintendent and other management team members 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. Heavily involved in water management programs to ensure consistent playing conditions. Ability to schedule and is responsible for making certain that the entire staff is thoroughly trained and tuned into the member experience at all times. Work a flexible schedule based on the needs of the golf course and operation to perform work in all climatic conditions including cold, hot and rainy weather Accurately perform chemical applications and fertilizer applications to all golf course entities including greens, tees, fairways, bunker faces, roughs and wooded areas. Effectively communicate with employees and clubhouse personnel to keep an open line of communication and understanding of the status of the golf course. Research, recruit, hire and mentor student intern(s) for the season. Once interns are hired, develop an intern welcome packet that includes important employment information. Coordinate housing accommodations for interns. Develop project management experience with future projects including Par 3 golf course and clubhouse renovations. About Us: Union League National Golf Club is a stunning 27-hole golf course constructed by Dana Fry and Jason Straka. Originally built by Fry and Michael Hurdzan in the early 1990s, the golf course has underwent an ambitious renovation in recent years. Jason Straka has cited renowned courses such as Pine Valley, Calusa Pines, and Tobacco Road as sources of inspiration. The bunkers were shaped by the talented team of Ernie Polverari and Luis Varela, whose previous projects include Mammoth Dunes in Wisconsin and Gamble Sands in Washington. The three nines that make up Union League National are named after Civil War generals: Grant, Sherman, and Meade. National will challenge your game while providing views found no where else in South Jersey. This is a golf experience you will not soon forget. With three unique properties, the League is committed to offering our members an unparalleled golf experience through diverse programming and exceptional amenities.
- $45,000 to $50,000 per year
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By Burning Tree Club, - updated Wednesday at 06:49 PM - Bethesda, Maryland
Burning Tree Club, founded in 1922, is an 18-hole private golf club located just inside the Capital Beltway of Washington, DC originally designed by C.H. Alison of Colt, Mackenzie, and Alison. Burning Tree Club is currently ranked #4 in Golf Digest's 2021-2022 Best-In-State Rankings in Maryland. The club underwent a restoration project in 2019-2020 by renowned architect Gil Hanse consisting of green and fairway expansions, rebuilt bunkers with Better Billy Bunkers, new practice facility and installing a new RainBird irrigation system. The historic club has 16 greens that are native soil from 1922 and 6 renovated greens that are sand based, all of which are 007 Bentgrass. Fairways were renovated in 2015, converting the surfaces to a blend of 007 and SR1150 Bentgrass. Tees are 007 Bentgrass and Penncross. This position will provide an excellent opportunity to learn to manage turf through the summer stress experienced in the transition zone. We believe in growing and managing the turf for its continued health and exceptional playability, rather than daily production. Assistants will gain experience with RainBird irrigation, GPS chemical applications and calibration, crew management, disease identification as well as other aspects of golf course maintenance including working closely with the Superintendent and providing input for the success of the golf course. Assistants should adhere to professional appearance standards as member interactions are quite common and encouraged. Our turfgrass management philosophies rely on hard work and persistence, however, we strive for our team to have a positive work-life balance and a vision for individual growth. Our Assistants are generally off before 3:30pm, even during the summer months. The position also provides multiple opportunities to interact with additional Superintendents and Assistants at top clubs in the Washington, DC area and industry professionals to build your professional network.
- $70,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Talisker Club at Tuhaye, - updated Wednesday at 06:27 PM - Kamas, Utah
Talisker Club, one of North America’s preeminent real estate developers is seeking an Assistant Superintendent for its exclusive private golf community Talisker Club at Tuhaye. Designed by Beau Welling Design, The Ridge 9-hole golf course features bentgrass Greens, along with bluegrass Tees, and Fairways strategically placed within the native landscape overlooking the Jordanelle reservoir and with stunning views of nearby Mount Timpanogos and Deer Valley Resort. POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Assistant Superintendent aids the Director of Agronomy and management team in maintaining and operating the golf course in an efficient, modern, and competitive state. Responsibilities also include delegating work assignments, overseeing job performance, and inspecting course conditions daily. Construction and Grow-In Experience: This Assistant Superintendent position will be focused on the Construction and Grow-in project for the par 3 Short Course. This is a great opportunity for an individual interested in gaining construction experience. The project is currently under construction and will begin again in the spring of 2023 and is scheduled to be completed in fall of 2023 with every major feature of the golf course being constructed. The Assistant Superintendent will gain experience by not only working on the construction project with Beau Welling Design and Talisker Club but will also learn project management while working with outside contractors. During the construction project, the Assistant position will experience a variety of different things that they would otherwise not experience daily including: Irrigation installation of HDPE mainline and laterals and Toro satellites and irrigation heads including station wiring and sequencing. Preparation of all turf surfaces before seeding and sodding. Seeding and growing in Greens and surrounding areas. Project management and sequencing. Cart path construction and drainage projects on Greens, Bunkers, and other areas. New landscaping and Native area prep and installation. REPORTS TO: The Assistant Superintendent works under the direction of the Director of Agronomy, Superintendent, and in some instances the Equipment Manager in a supervisory capacity. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Summer Season: Oversees the completion of work assignments and assists with on course decisions regarding job procedures, work standards, and safe and efficient machinery use. Responsible for continuing the daily course operations in the absence of the Director or Assistant Superintendent. Typically work between 45-55 hours per week during the summer season (April-October). Other duties include: · Maintain golf course Putting Greens, Tees, Fairways, Roughs, Bunkers, Ponds, Streams, and related structures through sound agronomic practices. · Perform the aerifying of Greens, Tees, Fairways, and other golf course turf seasonally and as needed. · Perform sprayer and spreader calibration and application of fertilizers and pesticides; responsibilities include the safety and direction of chemical handlers and/or helpers as well as the proper tank mixing as specified by the Director. · Maintain application records and MSDS relating to the use of chemicals on the course, while tracking chemical inventories. · Operate, repair, and maintain both golf course and clubhouse irrigation and pumping systems; actively participate in the daily programming of irrigation cycles. · Assist in the hiring, transfer, suspension, and/or discharge of assigned personnel. · Train personnel in correct and safe methods and procedures necessary to accomplish their work. Winter Season: Duties are variable based on the needs of the company or other departments; however, most of the workload is spent on preparing for the upcoming season. Typically work 40 hours per week during the winter season (November-March). Other duties include: · Snow removal (sidewalks and parking lots) at Talisker Club Park, golf shop, sales gallery, and maintenance facility. · Maintain cross country ski trail, grooming equipment and outdoor ice rink. · Under the guidance of the Equipment Manager, assist in preventative maintenance of golf course equipment which includes filter changes, reel sharpening, mower adjustment, and tire dismount/remount. · Work with members of the maintenance team in planning and preparation for the upcoming season. · Attend regional educational seminars and training. Other duties as assigned for winter and summer scope.
- $25 to $30 per hour
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By Talisker Club at Tuhaye, - Kamas, Utah
Talisker Club, one of North America’s preeminent real estate developers is seeking an Assistant Superintendent for its exclusive private golf community Talisker Club at Tuhaye. Designed by Mark O’Meara, this 18-hole golf course features bentgrass Greens, Tees, and Fairways strategically placed within the native landscape overlooking the Jordanelle reservoir and with stunning views of nearby Mount Timpanogos and Deer Valley Resort. POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Assistant aids the Director of Agronomy and management team in maintaining and operating the golf course in an efficient, modern, and competitive state. Responsibilities also include delegating work assignments, overseeing job performance, and inspecting course conditions daily. Irrigation repair and scheduling, as well as chemical and fertilizer applications are also primary components of this position. REPORTS TO: The Assistant Superintendent works under the direction of the Director of Agronomy, Superintendent, and in some instances the Equipment Manager in a supervisory capacity. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Summer Season: Oversees the completion of work assignments and assists with on course decisions regarding job procedures, work standards, and safe and efficient machinery use. Responsible for continuing the daily course operations in the absence of the Director or Assistant Superintendent. Typically work between 45-55 hours per week during the summer season (April-October). Other duties include: · Maintain golf course Putting Greens, Tees, Fairways, Roughs, Bunkers, Ponds, Streams, and related structures through sound agronomic practices. · Perform the aerifying of Greens, Tees, Fairways, and other golf course turf seasonally and as needed. · Perform sprayer and spreader calibration and application of fertilizers and pesticides; responsibilities include the safety and direction of chemical handlers and/or helpers as well as the proper tank mixing as specified by the Director. · Maintain application records and MSDS relating to the use of chemicals on the course, while tracking chemical inventories. · Operate, repair, and maintain both golf course and clubhouse irrigation and pumping systems; actively participate in the daily programming of irrigation cycles. · Assist in the hiring, transfer, suspension, and/or discharge of assigned personnel. · Train personnel in correct and safe methods and procedures necessary to accomplish their work. Winter Season: Duties are variable based on the needs of the company or other departments; however, most of the workload is spent on preparing for the upcoming season. Typically work 40 hours per week during the winter season (November-March). Other duties include: · Snow removal (sidewalks and parking lots) at Talisker Club Park, golf shop, sales gallery, and maintenance facility. · Maintain cross country ski trail, grooming equipment and outdoor ice rink. · Under the guidance of the Equipment Manager, assist in preventative maintenance of golf course equipment which includes filter changes, reel sharpening, mower adjustment, and tire dismount/remount. · Work with members of the maintenance team in planning and preparation for the upcoming season. · Attend regional educational seminars and training. Other duties as assigned for winter and summer scope.
- $25 to $30 per hour
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By The Savannah Golf Club, - Savannah, Georgia
The Savannah Golf Club has made a significant impact on the game of golf as well as American and Georgian history. On record The Savannah Golf Club is the Oldest Golf Club in America and is believed to be the first American city where the game of golf was played. Our proud heritage dates back to our beginnings in 1794. The Savannah Golf Club is a private member owned organization proud of its past and present day traditions in golf. Our course today has hosted the State Amateur Championship seven times, the State Senior Amateur Championship three times, the Women's State Amateur and it has played host to the Regional Qualifying for both the State Amateur and Southern Amatuer Championships. Our golf club also boasts an impressive Clubhouse complete with various dining and bar facilities, a state of the art tennis and pickleball complex and a luxury pool and cabana. Members enjoy a Donald Ross designed 18-hole championship golf course layout which provides a challenge to golfers of all skill levels, yet member-friendly. Historic Civil War bunkers line fairways, moss draped oaks and rustic native areas give way to natural undulations of topography and give the course a feel that makes it both memorable and walkable. Most recently, famed golf course architect, Gil Hanse has developed and implemented a Master Plan and restored the original Donald Ross designs back to life. Furthermore, beginning in the summer of 2021 the club began phase I of the Master Plan. Gil Hanse and team led the project to completion in the fall of 2021. SGC is currently planning on executing phase II of the Master Plan in the summer of 2024. This will be a wonderful opportunity for an assistant to gain golf course construction experience. Phase II of the Master Plan impacts 3 holes and the driving range. The routing of the 3 holes and driving range will change completely, which means the candidate will participate in green construction, fairway and tee construction, bunker construction, irrigation and drainage install, and grow-in. Benefits: Health, dental, and vision insurance 401K Profit sharing Paid Vacation Paid holidays Uniforms Lunch provided State and national dues Continuing education Golf privileges Requirements: Associate or Bachelor degree in Turfgrass Management or related field. GA pesticide applicators license within 6 months of employment. Salary: $46,000-$52,000
- $46,000 to $52,000 per year
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By Prestwick Country Club, - updated Wednesday at 04:43 PM - Frankfort, Illinois
Established in 1964, Prestwick Country Club strives to be the finest full-service, family-oriented, and private golf and country club in the Chicagoland area. The Club offers its members and their guests one of the finest exclusive golfing, dining, and entertainment environments in the southwestern suburbs. We encourage our members to use our facilities and the wide variety of amenities offered. We offer the following: • 18 holes of championship golf • Driving range and short game practice area • Heated pool with diving well • Poolside Snack Shop and Tiki Bar • 2 hard surface tennis courts • Children's Play Area • Indoor and outdoor dining • Social events and activities for families, adults, and children Position Summary: The assistant golf course superintendent reports directly to the golf course superintendent. Under the superintendent’s supervision, the assistant superintendent directs and participates in the maintenance of the golf course, clubhouse grounds, pool grounds, tennis court grounds, and other out-of-play areas. The assistant superintendent may serve in the superintendent’s capacity during his/her absence. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Assists in planning and supervising the maintenance of the entire golf course and grounds. • Communicates all pertinent information to the Superintendent. • Assists in training and supervising employees and that correct use of the equipment and proper operation and training are being correctly followed in the use of equipment. • Supervises and/or performs pesticide applications; and supervises and participates in the operation and maintenance of pumps, irrigation systems and drainage lines. • Assists in personnel management, evaluation, and employee safety. • May modify the daily work schedule based on professional interpretation. • Abide by and follow all the rules and regulations contained in the Employee Handbook. • Needs to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start time from April 1st to November 30 and follow the opening of the shop SOP. • Could be expected to stay after the crew has left, and make sure the building is closed correctly as stated in the shop closing SOP and assist the Superintendent in the writing of the job board for the following day. • There will be times when you will be required to stay late (including weekends and holidays) to perform certain jobs and proper notice will not always be given. • Needs to be in the shop when quitting time is approaching to make sure all equipment is in and parked in the proper location inside the maintenance building. Employees clean and empty all garbage from their cart, all tools must be properly put away, and all equipment units are expected to be washed off. • During specified tournaments you will be required to stay all day and the evening if we are running a mowing crew. • During certain circumstances you will be asked to perform certain daily jobs such as but not limited to: cups/course setup, hand watering, mowing, bunker work, etc. • This job description in no way states or implies that these are the employee’s only duties. • He or she will be required to follow other instructions and perform other work-related duties requested by his or her Superintend.
- $70,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Eastward Ho!, - updated Wednesday at 03:26 PM - Chatham, Massachusetts
Eastward Ho! is a private, nationally ranked 18-hole Herbert Fowler design located on the coastline of Cape Cod in Chatham, Massachusetts. Built in 1922 the course encompasses 130 acres situated directly on a pristine 1.5 mile stretch of Atlantic Ocean shorefront. The classic Fowler design boasts unique architecture that follows the topography of glacial moraines and is considered one of the finest ocean style golf courses in the World. The Assistant position is an entry level, full-time position that works closely with the Superintendent and Assistants. The Assistant must be capable of leading a seasoned crew through projects, applications, and daily operations. The successful candidate will be an individual who understands the requirements and demands of turf maintenance at a high-level private facility and who knows what it takes to be the best. Current rankings include: Golf Magazine – “Top 100 Courses in the U.S.” (#57), Golf Week – “Top 200 Classic” (#43), Golf Digest- “Americas best courses on the water” (#15), Golf Club Atlas – “Custodians of the Game” (#72 [#31 in U.S.]). The successful candidate may look forward to being deeply involved in a number of career development highlights during the next one to four years, including: master plan improvement projects under the guidance of an internationally renowned architect, installation of a new state of the art HDPE irrigation system and ongoing in-house improvement projects.
- $20 to $22 per hour
- 589 views
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