- 46Golf Course Superintendent
- 2Superintendent/General Manager
- 1GC Superintendent, Interim
- 185Assistant Superintendent
- 472nd Assistant Superintendent
- 7Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 60Equipment/Shop Manager
- 60Turf Equipment Technician
- 13Assistant Equipment Technician
- 34Spray/Applications Technician
- 35Irrigation Technician
- 2Irrigation Manager
- 3IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 9Sports Turf Manager
- 5Sports Turf Technician
- 11Landscape Manager
- 9Landscape Technician
- 7Lawn Care Manager
- 17Lawn Care Technician
- 2Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 10Crew Foreman
- 5Equipment Operator
- 48Grounds Staff
- 50Seasonal Intern
- 2Construction Shaper/Crew
- 11Sales Representative
- 3Sales Manager
- 1Product Support Manager
- 1District Manager
- 6Operations Manager
- 13Branch Manager
- 1Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
- 14Business Opportunity
By Lehigh Country Club, - updated 23 hours ago - Allentown, Pennsylvania
Lehigh Country Club in Allentown, PA opened in 1928 and was designed on site by renowned architect William S. Flynn. While the course only plays just over 6900 yards from the tips, with only two par 5’s, Flynn was able to keep members coming up with a solid strategy when approaching each shot by fully utilizing the terrain into his design on every hole. The Little Lehigh Creek comes into play on 5 holes, with 3 out of the 5 featuring massive elevation changes of over 100 feet. Our goal, on a daily basis, is to provide the membership with exceptional conditions within budgetary limitations. As expectations have changed over the years from lush and green to firm and fast, we have also changed our agronomic practices. Constantly improving these practices every year continues to improve the overall playability of the golf course while pushing the turf to its physical limits. Lehigh has developed a reputation for exceptional consistent playing surfaces from tee to green. Outside of improving practices, the golf course has also seen an update in technology as 8 of the almost 100 year old push up greens have received installation of XGD in the last two years. Lehigh will also be starting a bunker restoration project in 2021 that we plan to complete by years end. Other projects in the works in the near future include new irrigation, replacing the bridge at #7 green, establishing new native areas, and continued tree work to improve turf health. The mid-Atlantic climate will test you on a daily basis throughout the year. This is one area of the country where you are sure to see it all; hot and dry, hot and humid, rain, rain, rain, and more rain, and disease pressure through the roof. Boasting a management staff with a combined almost 60 years of experience at Lehigh, you will gain invaluable knowledge and experience on how to grow and maintain turf in one of the toughest climates in the continental US. We are also providing an opportunity to periodically work inside the mechanic's shop to gain experience with basic equipment maintenance and operations. Interns will have exposure to a modern equipment fleet, learn about the importance of equipment management, and how success on the golf course begins in the shop. LCC made some major investments recently with new reel grinding equipment and updated the shop facility over the last several years.
- $14.00-$15.00 Negotiable DOE + Onsite Housing + Ample OT
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By Charles River Country Club, - Newton, Massachusetts
Charles River Country Club is a Donald Ross designed 18 hole championship golf course located 5 miles west of Boston. The club has hosted several prestigous amateur and professional tournaments. In 2003 the club hosted the USGA Mens State Championship, in 2006 we hosted the Massachusetts Open, 2013 we hosted the qualifying rounds for the US Amateur, and in 2017 we hosted the Massachusetts Amateur Championship. Our goal is to provide you with the experience and knowledge to take the next step in your career. Your internship at The Charles River Country Club will have you involved in all aspects of the golf course including but not limited to; mowing, hand watering, irrigation troubleshooting, course set up, chemical and fertilizer calibration, spray applications, fertilizer applications, and opportunities to lead small crews.
- $18/hr, Free Housing, Meals, Uniforms, and Golf Privileges
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By Wente Family Estates, - updated May 7 - Livermore, California
The Course at Wente Vineyards is looking for a 2021 summer Intern for the Golf Maintenance Department. The candidate should be currently enrolled or have recently completed a Turf, Soil Science, Horticulture or related field degree/certification program. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Interns will be trained on the following tasks and f activities: Programming and scheduling irrigation Troubleshooting and making irrigation repairs Golf course setup Mowing greens, tees, approaches, collars, fairways, roughs, etc. Spot watering greens, tees, and fairways Assisting in pesticide and fertilizer applications. Developing daily work schedules and an introduction to developing an Agronomic Program Introduction to developing operational and capital budgets. Preparing for and effectively running meetings. COMPENSATION: $16-18/hour. Intern will be responsible for their own housing. *TIMELINE: This position is available in May 2021 and could lead to a full-time position for the right candidate.* ABOUT US: San Francisco Bay Area’s premier golf course, The Course at Wente Vineyards opened in July 1998. Designed by golfing great Greg Norman, the 18-hole championship course is a picturesque 7,181-yard, par-72, upscale, daily-fee golf course tucked away in the scenic Livermore Valley, 50 minutes east of San Francisco. With three distinct topographies, native woodlands, mature vineyards and rolling hills of natural grasslands, The Course at Wente Vineyards offers extraordinary visual panoramas and a diversity of play unmatched in the Bay Area. Designed for both novice and pro, The Course played host to the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship, part of the PGA Tour’s Nationwide Tour from 2006-200
- $16 - $18/hour
- 105 views
By Pikewood National Golf Club, - Morgantown, West Virginia
Course Overview: Pikewood National Golf Club, located southeast of Morgantown, WV, has been ranked by Forbes Magazine as #2 among “The Five Hardest Golf Courses in the U.S.” and by Golf Digest as #18 among “America’s 20 Hardest Golf Courses”, #79 among "The World Top 200 Greatest Courses" in 2018, # 40 among "America's Greatest 100 Golf Courses” in 2017, and "Best New Private Course" in 2009. In 2011 Link magazine listed Pikewood National #7 on its "Top 10 One-Hit Wonders". The course takes full advantage of the picturesque West Virginia Mountains boasting breath-taking vistas on nearly every hole. Pikewood National is a private 18 hole golf course which is highly exclusive to members who enjoy golf at its purest state. This is a great opportunity to work with a crew that is highly motivated to become successful in this industry. The grass varieties at Pikewood National are: Greens (A1/A4 bentgrass), Approaches, Tees, Fairways (L93), Rough (Kentucky bluegrass and fescue mix), and Native areas (fescue) Position Summary: As a key member of the Pikewood National Golf Club maintenance team, the Summer Intern works directly with the Assistants-in-Training, Assistant Superintendents and Golf Course Superintendent and assists with the day-to-day maintenance and agronomic practices of the golf course and adjacent grounds, including but not limited to the clubhouse landscaping and maintenance complex. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated individual who is looking to eventually become a Golf Course Superintendent. This candidate should be a self-starter who takes pride in his/her work ethic and values the importance of being a team player. This position will expose the candidate to a wide variety of turf practices. The Pikewood Turf Crew understands the importance of sound agronomic practices. Qualifications, Knowledge and Skill Requirements: Must have a strong business aptitude and passion for the golf business Must have exceptional communication and interpersonal skills Seeking candidates that can work anywhere from a 3 month to 9 month internship Position Responsibilities: Daily mowing of all playing surfaces with walk-behind units and riding units Proper water management (hand watering, etc.) Fertilizer and chemical applications (proper calibration and techniques) Proper course set up (daily hole and tee locations and detail work) Cultural practices (topdressing, aerification, etc.) Irrigation maintenance (irrigation head fixes, pipe repairs, locating/troubleshooting wiring issues) Learning how to manage according to the weather Communicate well with the crew, management and members Carry oneself with professionalism in both appearance and demeanor Understand the importance of networking, career preparation, and record keeping Working Conditions: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to reach with hands and arms. The employee is often required to stand, walk, and use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls. They will occasionally be required to balance, stoop, twist upper body, kneel, and climb. The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 30lbs occasionally. Specific vision abilities include close, distance, color, and peripheral vision, and depth perception. Moderate exposure to extreme cold, heat, working outdoors, chemicals, pesticides, gasoline, vibration, pollen, dust, mechanical hazards and electrical hazards. Noise level is typically moderate to loud Work extended hours during golf and holiday season Work weekends and holidays Watch this video to see what you can expect as a turfgrass intern - PIkewood National Internship Video Intern Brochure- https://view.joomag.com/2017-turfgrass-intern-information-at-pikewood-national-golf-club-p5-pwn71175-intern-collateral-packet-spreads-nobleeds/0081146001509651072?short
- $12/HR + OT plus Free Housing
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By The Alotian Club, - updated May 4 - Roland, Arkansas
Facility Description: Established in 2004, The Alotian Club, ranked as one of “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” in Golf Digest is located in the heart of Arkansas, just west of Little Rock. Founded by Warren Stephens, son of former Masters Chairman, Jack Stephens and designed by one of the nation’s top golf course architects, Tom Fazio. The private 18-hole course is located within 1500 acres of rolling hills and is unique in that it has Bentgrass and Bermudagrass greens as well as Zoysiagrass tees, fairways and rough. The Alotian Club was the host site of the 2013 Western Amateur and the 2019 Arnold Palmer Cup. Known not just for the amazing views over Lake Maumelle, but for consistently providing some of the best amenities and playing conditions to be found around the world. The club facilities include a championship golf course, 7-acre practice range and 3-acre short game area consisting of both Bentgrass and Bermudagrass chipping greens. We just completed renovating our golf course maintenance facility to include a new administrative building, equipment repair shop, and chemical storage/mixing building. At the Alotian Club we take pride in managing an immaculate golf course while working together as a team to accomplish a mutual goal. Interns will be exposed to many learning opportunities that cover every facet of a golf course management operation as well as excellent career networking and future job opportunities. Job Description: The golf course management internship program trains qualified and motivated individuals with the skills needed to become an effective Assistant Superintendent and eventually a Golf Course Superintendent. Working at The Alotian Club will give interns the opportunity to learn what it takes to maintain a high-end private golf club with the highest standards in the industry. The Alotian club is a fast-paced work environment where quality and attention to detail are paramount. Interns will gain general knowledge of day to day golf course maintenance operations as well as exposure to future golf course improvement projects to include tee box construction, fairway drainage, and addition of native grass and tall fescue areas. Consisting of cool and warm season grasses gives interns the unique opportunity to learn how to manage Bentgrass and Bermuda greens as well as Zoysiagrass tees, fairways and rough. Intern positions are available from 3-12 months in length. Work Experience: Our internship program consists of the following blocks of hands on education where students can apply classroom knowledge to real world scenarios. The time interns stay in each area will depend on previous experience. · Daily Course Setup and Basic Day to Day Maintenance Operations · Integrated Pest Management (Planning, Inventory, Calibrations, Applying Pesticides and Fertilizers, Documentation) · Equipment Operation (Both General Golf Course Equipment and Some Construction Equipment) · General Turfgrass Management and Cultivation (Topdressing, Aerification, Grooming/Verticuting, etc) · Bentgrass/Bermudagrass Putting Green Moisture Management · Irrigation Systems Management and Water Scheduling (Toro Lynx) · Subsurface Air Systems and Hydronics Units · Construction Projects (Drainage, Tee Box Construction) · Horticulture Experience (Planning, Annual Change Out, Pruning, Tree Work, Landscape Design and Instillation) · Small Crew Management · Environmental Awareness Project · Equipment Maintenance (Grinding Reels/Bedknives, Cutting Unit Quality of Cut and Height of Cut, and Preventative Maintenance) · Budgeting & Financial Management · Tournament Preparation
- 12.00-14.00/HR Plus Overtime
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By Hudson National Golf Club, - Croton-on-Hudson, New York
Hudson National is a 18 hole private golf club designed by Tom Fazio. The course opened for play in June of 1996. Greens, Tees, and Fairways are bentgrass. Amenities at Hudson National include a state of the art teaching facility, newly built Trackman driving range and short game area, guest cottages and exceptional fine dinning. Located 35 miles north of New York City, Hudson National is perched atop rugged land overlooking the Hudson River. Ranked 81st in the country by Golf Digest, Hudson National is known for it's outstanding views and championship playing conditions. Hudson National Video
- $15 hr + OT
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By The Union League Golf Club at Torresdale, - updated April 30 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Interns will be directly involved with the day to day maintenance of 18 hole private golf course and club grounds. Interns will work closely with the Superintendent and Assistants in planning, scheduling, and daily operating procedures. Calibration, pesticide applications, fertilizing, mowing fundamentals, proper course setup and water management will be the core of the internship. The opportunity to lead small crews and motivate staff members will help interns prepare for their next step as an Assistant-In-Training or Assistant Superintendent. Candidates can expect to work typically 50-70 hours per week with every other weekend scheduled off. Interns who are entering their final year in their educational program could potentially be offered an entry level management position following their internship and graduation. We have a lot of exciting capital improvement projects on the horizon to include a new state-of-the-art maintenance facility, a 25 acre par 3 course, and an 18 hole championship golf course Master Plan.
- $14.00 plus OT
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By Trump National Golf Club, - Briarcliff Manor, New York
Trump National Westchester, designed by Jim and Tommy Fazio is located in Briarcliff Manor, New York approximately 45 minutes north of NYC. Interns will work closely with assistants and superintendent in all facets of turf management. The intern will be involved in: all mowing practices, hand watering, irrigation repair and troubleshooting, pesticide applications, calibration, fertilizer applications and small crew management. A successful internship can lead to full time employment or possible opportunities within the Trump organization.
- $15-17 hr
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By Caves Valley Golf Club, - updated April 25 - Owings Mills, Maryland
Caves Valley Golf Club is an 18 hole, private golf only facility located 15 miles northwest of Baltimore, Maryland. The Tom Fazio design has been consistently ranked as one of the top courses in the state of Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic region. Since its opening in 1991, Caves Valley Golf Club has hosted several events, including the 1995 US Mid Am, the 2002 US Senior Open, and the 2017 Constellation Senior Players Championship. Caves Valley will be the host site of the 2021 BMW Championship. The golf course consists of Pure Distinction bentgrass greens, Penncross bentgrass tees and fairways with a Kentucky Bluegrass and Perennial Ryegrass mixture for rough. Caves Valley Golf Club is looking for highly motivated, team oriented individuals with a goal of advancing in the industry. Individuals will work closely with the Superintendent and Assistants in developing their skill set in an array of management tasks necessary to provide the championship conditions Caves Valley seeks. Tasks include, but are not limited to: Course Set Up Plant Protectant/ Fertilizer Application and Calibration Irrigation Repair and Troubleshooting Hand Watering Construction experience including Bunkers, Tees, Approaches, Irrigation Installation Tournament Preparation 2021 BMW Championship The position will provide opportunities to lead small crews and motivate staff to complete an assortment of jobs. Individuals will have the option for tournament volunteer experience to help diversify their network and skill sets. Full-time employment available upon completion of degree or certification program.
- 12-14$ / Hr +OT & Housing
- 4,365 views
By Winged Foot Golf Club, - updated April 24 - Mamaroneck, New York
Interns will be mowing/rolling playing surfaces, hand watering, assisting in liquid and granular chemical applications, and be involved in many small projects, including irrigation and sod work. With a successful internship, our hope is that interns will take the opportunity and return for higher roles within the organization. Please see the Employment Opportunities page of the Winged Foot Golf Club website (www.wfgc.org) to view the full posting.
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By Gozzer Ranch, - updated April 23 - Harrison, Idaho
Gozzer Ranch is looking for summer interns who would like to join our team. Designed by Tom Fazio, Gozzer Ranch overlooks Coeur d' Alene Lake in Northern Idaho. We are currently working on a number of projects on the golf course and interns would receive experience in many facets of turfgrass management.
- 15-17 DOE
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By Secession Golf Club, - Beaufort, South Carolina
3 to 6 month internship positions are available year round. Housing provided (furnished apartment, 5 minutes from course). Scholarship Fund. Secession is a walking only, 18 hole, links style golf course. It is surrounded by tidal marshland and is located in the “low country” on Gibbs Island; just across the bridge from Beaufort, South Carolina. It is also located with-in one hours travel time from Hilton Head Island, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia. Champion bermudagrass greens, 419 bermudagrass fairways and tees, and the course is overseeded with ryegrass from November through April (excluding the greens).
- $12-$13/Hr,+O.T., Housing Provided. Scholarships.
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By Dunwoody Country Club, - updated April 20 - 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
- 1,817 views
By The Country Club of Darien, - updated April 19 - Darien, Connecticut
The Country Club of Darien is in the Long Island Shoreline town of Darien, CT, approximately 45 miles north of New York City. The original 18-hole layout was designed by Alfred Tull. In 2007, Dr. Michael Hurdzan, was commissioned to modernize the course. For his work at the Country Club of Darien, Hurdzan received the renovation of the year award in 2010 by Golf, Inc. The course was host to the 2020 MGA Ike championship and is set to host the 2021 Connecticut State Open followed by the 2022 Women’s MET Open. The club is scheduled to re-build the remaining nine greens following USGA guidelines along with the renovation of existing bunkers and tees. Three holes will be completed in the fall of 2021 and the remaining six in 2022. The Assistant in Training reports to the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistants to provide the membership with a pristine conditioned golf course daily. The ideal candidate must be self-motivated with the desire to one day become a Golf Course Superintendent. The A.I.T will be responsible for assisting in fertilizer and plant protectant applications, water management, irrigation repair, course set-up and general golf course maintenance.
- $16-$18/hr + overtime
- 396 views
By Tippecanoe Country Club, - Monticello, Indiana
Tippecanoe Country Club is currently seeking an intern for its semi-private, 18 hole golf course located in Monticello, Indiana. The scenic par 72 layout stretches over 6, 850 yards, and is featured just off of the beautiful Lake Shafer. The Club is positioned forty minutes north of West Lafayette, home of Purdue University, and two hours southeast of Chicago. The intern will report directly to the Golf Course Superintendent, Assistant, and owners of the Club. He/She will be responsible for carrying out daily duties that will maintain and enhance not only the golf course, but the entire property as a whole. In addition, he/she will assist the Superintendent and Assistant in leading members of the grounds crew to ensure that maintenance duties are performed properly and efficiently. The top priorities of the intern should be constantly maintaining a focus on providing high quality conditions, and positive experiences for all members and guests of Tippecanoe Country Club. Attributes/Qualities expected, but not limited to the following include: - Punctual - Strong work ethic - Positive attitude and focus on creating/fostering a positive working environment - Take initiative on his/her own - Communicate clearly with others - Team player - Respectful/mindful of all co-workers, members, and guests of the Club - Receptive to constructive criticism - Constant willingness to learn
- A competitive hourly wage will be offered upon hire.
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By Inverness Club, - Toledo, Ohio
Inverness Club Golf Course Turf Team Position History: Located in Toledo, Ohio, the prestigious Inverness Club has cemented its place in professional golf history. With a rich history of hosting major tour events including the 1920,1931,1957 and 1979 U.S Opens as well as the 1986, 1993 PGA Championship and 2003 and 2011 U.S Senior Open. The Inverness Club is highly dedicated to providing the most elite playing surfaces possible for the best players in the world. The club recently hosted the 2019 U.S Junior Amateur and the 2020 Drive On Championship to Restart the LPGA Season. Inverness will host to the 2021 Solheim Cup. Originally designed in 1903, Inverness was purchased on a unique undulated plot of land. Donald Ross was hired by the club in 1916 to construct a championship caliber golf course. Intern/ Turf Graduate Mission: Working with four-time major host and experienced leader, John Zimmers, Inverness is seeking highly motivated and determined interns and turf graduates. Amidst course preparations for the 2021 Solheim Cup all interns and graduates will be exposed to all facets of golf course maintenance on a day to day basis. Interns are expected to have a positive attitude, be prompt and on time in a professional manner and most importantly eager to learn. Responsibilities: · Perform all mowing tasks on the golf course. (Greens, Approaches, Tees, Rough and Fairways) · Rolling · All aspects of bunker maintenance · Participate in daily course preparation (selecting hole locations and moving tee markers). · All types of Aerification and cultural practices. · Chemical and fertility applications and calibration · Irrigation and drainage installation, troubleshooting and repair · All forms of watering on various playing surfaces · Efficiently leading groups in various tasks Application Instructions: Send cover letter and resume to Ryan Kaczor at Rkaczor@Invernessclub.com.
- Based on Experience + Free Housing
- 2,239 views
By Boot Ranch, - Fredericksburg, Texas
Boot Ranch is a Hal Sutton design, located in Fredericksburg the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The property consists of an 18-hole top 10 ranked golf course in Texas, 34-acre golf Practice Park, Ranch club with pools and sports campus, clubhouse and a lake club nestled on an 11-acre lake. In 2017 the club underwent a successful 3-million-dollar renovation including: the construction of the 1 acre putting green and community park, new bunkers with bunker solution liners, conversion of 28 bent-grass greens to tiff-eagle ultra-dwarf Bermuda, and several other changes to further improve the playability of the golf course. In 2020 we successfully hosted the Texas State Amateur that opened the door to future events through the Texas Golf Association. This position is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate(s) to learn the necessary knowledge and skills to advance in their career. The successful candidate(s) will be involved in all aspects of the day to day operations of the golf course including but not limited to: small crew management, daily planning, spraying, record keeping/recording data and water management. As an intern you will work closely with the superintendent, assistant, mechanic and a year-round crew of approximately 18.
- 14 per/hr w/ overtime, housing & every other weekend off
- 3,536 views
By Los Angeles Country Club, - updated April 5 - Los Angeles, California
In the fall of 1897, a group of Los Angelenos organized a voluntary association to further the cause of one of Southern California’s newest sports. Its stately Clubhouse, tennis courts and 36 holes of golf have served as the Club’s home ever since. Later, the courses were redesigned by Herbert Fowler and George C. Thomas, Jr. In 1997, LACC celebrated its Centennial year with many different tournaments and festivities. In 2010, the North Course was unveiled after the completion of a five year project to restore George Thomas’ greatest design. In 2016, the Club welcomed a new wave of renovation projects with the completion of a Clubhouse Renovation and a renovation on its South Course by Gil Hanse. LACC is proud to have hosted the 46th Walker Cup Match in 2017 and looks forward to hosting the 2023 United States Open Championship. Position Summary As a vital role to the Golf Course Maintenance Team, a Golf Course Intern is responsible for the maintenance and care of the golf course and grounds working directly with the Director of Golf Courses and Grounds, Superintendents and Assistant Superintendents. This is a transitional position to provide guidance for an individual’s growth and promotion in the golf course industry. Position Responsibilities Responsibilities include but not limited to: •Assist with course set up; cutting hole locations, setting tee markers, emptying trash cans, detail work •Involved with the application of herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, or other chemical applications onthe golf course •Participate in the application of fertilizer using various types of application equipment •Assist in irrigation repair and maintenance •Daily water requirements through hand watering and overhead irrigation to warm and cool season grasses •Assist in routine maintenance work such as walk mowing, bunkers, trimming •Show a strong interest in self-improvement by joining professional organizations as well as participating incontinuing education or training opportunities such as seminars, workshops and trade shows in order tomaintain knowledge of the profession Physical demands are required for this position including: heavy lifting and manual labor • While performing this job, the employee is exposed to outside weather conditions including sun exposure and rain • Hours are based off of a 40 hour work week but will exceed. This position requires overtime on holidays, tournament days and during course closures • Standing, walking, twisting, turning, bending, squatting, stooping and talking, sitting, repetitive movement, writing, typing, telephone and filing
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By Delaware Racing Association, - Wilmington, Delaware
White Clay Creek Country Club is looking to fill an internship position for the 2021 golf season. All interns will work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent and gain experience in managing personnel, budgeting, spraying, watering and irrigation troubleshooting.
- $13-$18/hour + Overtime
- 430 views
By Saucon Valley Country Club, - updated April 1 - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Saucon Valley Country Club, selected to host the 2022 U.S. Senior Open, is seeking motivated individuals looking to excel in the golf course industry. Saucon Valley Country Club provides students with a comprehensive internship at an incredibly unique facility. Saucon Valley Country Club will motivate you to get the most out of your internship and help you achieve your career goals. Students are encourage to ask questions and participate in daily discussions about course management, projects, and cultural practices. With 60 holes of golf, students will experience all aspects of golf course maintenance such as, but not limited to, - Experience maintaining bentgrass on USGA as well as push-up style greens - Crew management and training - Assist with SVCC water management program - Chemical/fertilizer applications and calibrations - Irrigation installation, trouble-shooting and repair - Daily course management maintaining championship conditioning - Exposure to managing critical thinking at a multi course facility Located a hour north of Philadelphia in the Lehigh Valley, Saucon Valley Country Club is a Top Platinum Club of America and the first club to host 3 U.S. Senior Open Championships (1992, 2000, & 2022). With the upcoming championship students will get hands-on experience with major championship preparations.
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By Somerset Hills Country Club, - Bernardsville, New Jersey
Established in 1899, designed by A.W. Tillinghast, Somerset Hills Country Club, located in Bernardsville, New Jersey, is a private country club that offers both golf and tennis to its members and their guests. Currently ranked in the top 25 golf courses in the nation, according to golf.com, you will have the opportunity to learn how to maintain and enhance an already prestigious golf course. We are looking for a hardworking, goal-orientated individual to join our staff with an open mind. One big point of emphasis should be how at SHCC, you are not simply a worker or body. You are constantly gaining insight and knowledge in regards to both agronomic and managerial planning. The individual will work closely with the Superintendent and assistants learning the why portion behind the daily operations, not just the what or how aspect of physically doing the tasks. This is a crucial step in the development of effective and efficient mangers. We are in the process of doing an in house bunker renovation that includes making our own SHCC custom blend sand, shaping, in-bunker drainage and installation of capillary concrete. The individual will get hands-on experience during every stage of the bunkers. This practice will help develop crucial skills in regards to drainage, shaping, and planning, that prove useful in their future. The individual will be assigned their own bunkers to complete from start to finish with help and guidance from the assistants and superintendent. Along with the bunker renovation, in the fall we will completing a complete overhaul of our practice tee complex, and with the 1st and 10th tee, which will help gain even more experience operating heavy equipment and shaping of new practice tee, in a different way than the bunker experience. These projects will alongside the guidance Renaissance Golf architectural firm. This individual will work closely gaining architectural insight, valuable irrigation experience, as well as tee construction. Daily tasks include, but not limited to: · Learning to maintain all playing surfaces at a championship level with an emphasis on firm and fast playing conditions. · Hand watering, with an emphasis on green · Installation and repair of drainage · Irrigation repair and maintenance · Spraying and fertilizing of all playing surfaces · Leading small crews Above all else, a good work ethic, positive attitude, and being a team player are crucial traits. We take great pride in providing an excellent work atmosphere, always striving to maintain a balance of having fun while successfully completing the job at hand. We really value investing back into our guys here at SHCC. The turf professionals are provided with free off-site housing, free meals during season, yearly tournament volunteering, seminar opportunities, free uniforms, and a yearly bonus. Additionally, there is an emphasis on a work-life balance here, knowing that we are people who do not simply live to work.
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By Round Hill Club, - Greenwich, Connecticut
Interns will have the opportunity to work closely with the Superintendent and Assistants in all daily maintenance operations. Our staff possesses a diverse knowledge as it pertains to golf course maintenance and many projects will be executed in-house. This internship will provide the applicant the opportunity to build a strong skill set to further their career in the turf management industry. Our number one objective is to prepare interns for their next step in development. The Round Hill Club is an extremely exclusive club in Fairfield County CT. The course was designed by Walter Travis and opened in 1924. The course infrastructure includes: USGA A-4 Bentgrass greens, a state of the art Rain Bird irrigation system, new pump house with fertigation and new bunkers with Billy Bunker liners. The bunkers and green compounds were recently restored to their original design. Upcoming projects include: fairway expansions, tree work, the construction 3,500 chemical mixing and storage facility, extensive fairway drainage and long range planning. The club recently hired Andrew Green as our golf course architect and we are excited to get started on some great work. We are wrapping up a master plan that will focus on the construction of a state of the art driving range and practice facilities, extensive tree clearing, the addition of new tee boxes and the adjustment of fairway contours. We will be constructing a million dollar chemical mixing, storage and equipment wash down facility next year adjacent to our current maintenance building. We also are continuously improving the property through in-hose projects. The membership demands championship playing conditions on a daily basis and is willing to provide one of the largest 18 hole budgets in the metropolitan area to achieve that. The membership is composed of a group of exceptional Greenwich based families that are appreciative, grounded and a pleasure to work for. The position is designed to quickly furnish the intern with all the necessary tools to advance in the industry. Greenwich is a extremely upscale town but is only 20 minutes from 2 lively mid sized cities and a 40 minute train ride away from NYC.
- $16.50 per hour with housing and meals
- 874 views
By MONTEREY PENINSULA COUNTRY CLUB, - updated March 18 - Pebble Beach, California
Our History Monterey Peninsula Country Club (MPCC), located in Pebble Beach, California, is a 36-hole private golf country club with over 1,100 members. Established in 1925 with the development of the award-winning Dunes Course, the Shore Course followed in 1960. The Dunes, originally designed by Seth Raynor and Robert Hunter has been redesigned a few times with the latest by Tim Jackson and David Kahn in 2015. The course is nationally recognized year after year as one of the top in the nation, most recently Golf Digests #79 ranked golf course, and is a source of pride with our Members. The Dunes Course boasts tees, fairways and approaches maintained with perennial Ryegrass and Bentgrass greens. Job Requirements MPCC is looking for a self-motivated individual that is ready to do what it takes to be successful in a very competitive industry. The intern will work alongside the Assistant Superintendents, in the development and implementation of all agronomic strategies of the Dunes Course. The ideal candidate will gain experience in all facets of the operation including course set up, irrigation, pesticide applications, fertilizer applications and general golf course maintenance.
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By The Country Club of York, - York, Pennsylvania
The Country Club of York is looking for Interns for the 2021 season. This position will give the student all the exposure they will need to become a successful Assistant Superintendent and ultimately to become a Golf Course Superintendent. The intern will report directly to the Green and Grounds Superintendent and Assistant Golf Course Superintendents. This person will aid in the direction and participation in maintaining the golf course greens, tees, fairways, and surrounding property as well as being exposed to all aspects of maintaining the golf course from course setup, pesticide applications, water management to managing small crews. You will also be exposed to golf course construction processes in regards to executing Country Club of York's master plan developed by Golf Course Architect Andrew Green. In the fall of 2021 we will be completing a total overhaul of our 8th green which will bring back Donald Ross's original design with more movement and character then the current green. Included in this project is the reshaping of the green, bunker construction and the installation of a complete irrigation system surrounding the green and bunkers. We will also be preparing for a major bunker renovation and new tee construction project in 2022 in preparation for the 2023 Pennsylvania State Open. These projects are completed in conjunction with the CCY agronomy team and the work of McDonald and Son's Golf Course Builders Inc. This internship will give the student intern a great opportunity to build his or her resume.
- 14.00-15.00 + Overtime & Housing
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By Morris County Golf Club, - Morristown, New Jersey
The Morris County Golf Club Turf Care Team is looking to add a Summer Intern for the 2021 Season. This is a great opportunity for someone just finishing school or currently enrolled 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.
- $17/hour with OT, Housing, Bonus
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