- 42Golf Course Superintendent
- 2Superintendent/General Manager
- 1GC Superintendent, Interim
- 178Assistant Superintendent
- 432nd Assistant Superintendent
- 5Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 44Equipment/Shop Manager
- 38Turf Equipment Technician
- 18Assistant Equipment Technician
- 23Spray/Applications Technician
- 28Irrigation Technician
- 4Irrigation Manager
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 6Sports Turf Manager
- 4Sports Turf Technician
- 8Landscape Manager
- 6Landscape Technician
- 7Lawn Care Manager
- 13Lawn Care Technician
- 1Parks Supervisor
- 3Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 5Crew Foreman
- 5Equipment Operator
- 19Grounds Staff
- 123Seasonal Intern
- 2Administrative Assistant
- 10Sales Representative
- 2Sales Manager
- 2Product Support Manager
- 8Operations Manager
- 21Branch Manager
- 1Sod Farm Manager
- 2Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
By The Alotian Club, - 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 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.
- $17-18/hr, Free Housing, Meals, Golf Privileges
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By Whisper Rock Golf Club, - updated Wednesday at 02:55 PM - Scottsdale, Arizona
Whisper Rock Golf Club Turfgrass Internship 2021 We are looking for highly motivated and enthusiastic turfgrass students eager to have an educational and fun internship. This internship will help you prepare for a career in turfgrass management. 3-to-6-month internship positions are available. Interns will report to Assistant Superintendents, Golf Course Superintendent, and the Director of Agronomy. Whisper Rock Golf Club is located in Scottsdale, AZ. The club features two golf courses, the Lower (Phil Mickelson, Gary Stevenson 2001) and the Upper (Tom Fazio 2005). Both golf courses are ranked in Golf Digest’s America’s Top 200 and the club is ranked #43 in Platinum Clubs of the World 2020-21. The club is home to many active and retired PGA and Champions Tour players. Both courses feature Bentgrass greens, and Bermudagrass tees, fairways, and rough. The courses go through its overseed process to Perennial Ryegrass in October. This 3-to-6-month internship is ideal for someone who would like to experience transition from Ryegrass to Bermudagrass in the early summer, with an opportunity to experience the annual overseed process in October. Educational Requirements Must be currently enrolled in a 2 or 4 year Turfgrass Program. Job Training and Responsibilities Including but not limited to: · Course setup, mowing, and cultural practices. Including Fraze mowing, aerification, verticutting, topdressing, etc. · Irrigation: Repair and maintenance of irrigation system, drainage, irrigation auditing and hand watering of greens and fairways. · Fertilizer and Chemical applications, calibrating, and record keeping. Includes Spray Hawking greens and tees, and spraying of fairways and rough. · Special projects including building/modifying tees, installing specialty irrigation, and bunker enhancements. · Equipment Maintenance: training in adjusting mowers, changing mow heights, reel and bedknife grinding. Job Benefits · Housing Stipend: $700/month offered in assisting in living expenses. · Meals: Lunches provided every day except during July club closure. · Uniforms Date Job is Available April 1, 2021 Salary $15/hour + O.T., Housing Stipend of $700/month. Job Application Instructions Please send cover letter and resume to Ryan Maher at email@example.com.
- $15/hour. Housing Stipend $700/month.
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By Ed Oliver Golf Club, - updated Tuesday at 07:35 PM - Wilmington, Delaware
Ed Oliver Golf Club is located in Wilmington, DE, and is the original site of Wilmington Country Club built in 1901. Ed Oliver is a public golf course owned by the City of Wilmington and is managed by Indigo Golf Partners. We are currently looking to hire an Intern for the 2021 season. The intern will be involved in all facets of golf course maintenance over the course of their time at Ed Oliver, including: Hand watering and moisture management Drainage installation and repair Involvement with budgeting and purchasing of materials Irrigation repair and maintenance Disease and Pest scouting and management Meet with sales representatives and consultants Leading small crews Scheduling and leading all staff members for one week during peak-season Interns will work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent on a daily basis. Our goal is to provide you with the knowledge and skills that will allow you to flourish at the next step in your career. Any and all information will be made available to you during the course of your time here including; spray records, budgets and irrigation scheduling and management strategies. We strive to provide you with an in-depth knowledge of the entire golf course maintenance operation at Ed Oliver. The management team at Ed Oliver has previously worked at clubs across the United States, such as; Pebble Beach Golf Links in Monterey, CA, Bulle Rock in Havre de Grace, MD, Kuki’o Golf and Beach Club in Kailua-Kona, HI and other public and private clubs in the Philadelphia area. The intern will learn how to successfully manage a golf course in an efficient manner that helps to reduce overall costs. Interns are paid $12-$13/hr plus overtime and can expect to work 40-45 hours per week. Holiday and weekend availability is a must.
- $12.00 - $13.00 per hour
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By Pine Valley Golf Club, - Pine Valley, New Jersey
Pine Valley Golf Club is consistently ranked as one of the top golf clubs in both the U.S. and World. Students will experience detailed hands-on training in all aspects of golf course maintenance. This will include but not be limited to mowing, water management, fertilizer and pesticide application and calibration, equipment maintenance, crew organization and various cultural practices. We are seeking students who are highly motivated, responsible, willing to learn, have a strong work ethic and willing to do what it takes to provide world class conditions on a daily basis. Successful completion can lead to full time employment.
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By Country Club of Buffalo, - updated Tuesday at 06:23 PM - Buffalo, New York
The Country Club of Buffalo is one of the most prestigious and very first golf courses in Western NY. At its third location in Williamsville it opened in 1926 and was designed by Donald Ross. In 2012 & 2013 the course underwent renovation back to its original Donald Ross plans from 1924 and 1925. The course is located 15 minutes East of Downtown Buffalo and 30 minutes from Niagara Falls and the Canadian boarder. The Golf Course was built on the Onondaga Escarpment which holes 5, 6, 7, 11, 12 and 13 contain limestone quarry rock walls. The Golf Course: Bent/Poa Greens, Bentgrass Fairways & Tees, Fescue/Bluegrass Bunker surrounds and a mixture of rough and native area grasses make up this truly picturesque golf course in full summer operation.
- 15.00 + Housing
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By Geneva National Golf Club, - Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Geneva National Golf Club features 54 holes of Legendary Golf designed by the masters, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Lee Trevino. All courses offer meticulously manicured bent grass tees, fairways and greens, as well as five tee boxes offering a great golf experience for every level of player. Description of the Assistant in Training/Internship Position The AIT/intern will be involved in pesticide and fertilizer applications Routine calibration of spreaders and sprayers Irrigation operation and repairs Daily course maintenance Turfgrass cultural programs Daily course set up Assisting in and managing various projects All aspects of golf course management Natural/Native area management
- $750 per week
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By Lochmere Country Club, - Tilton, New Hampshire
Lochmere Country Club has achieved a 4.5 star rating from Golf Digest. We have hosted the men's and women's State-Am as well as the Mid-Am. As a key member of Lochmere's maintenance team, the Assistant Superintendent will play an integral role in all aspects of golf course management. Performs unskilled and semi-skilled tasks involving the seasonal maintenance of a variety of areas including grounds, facilities and buildings. Works under the direct and general supervision of the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent.
- $12.00-$15.00 DOE
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By Cornerstone Club, - Montrose, Colorado
Cornerstone Golf Club, Montrose, CO Student Intern Posting: Cornerstone Golf Club is a Greg Norman Design, private/resort club, located at an elevation of 9000ft near Montrose Colorado. At it's opening in 2008, Cornerstone was rated #1 "Best New Private Club" by Golf Magazine and #2 "Best New Private Club" by Golfweek. Now under new ownership, the Club has undergone an extensive reconstruction in 2018 involving the re-grassing of all 8.5 acres of Greens, Tees and Approaches, and full bunker renovation. Cornerstone Golf Club is seeking 2 dedicated and highly motivated Turfgrass Management Students to assist in all roles of golf course maintenance. Experiences would include, but not be limited to, assisting in all granular and foliar fertilizer applications to Bentgrass and Bluegrass, including assistance in seeding and sodding installation, irrigation maintenance of Rainbird Cirrus Central Control, course set up, and mowing, various staff leadership opportunities, and overall maintenance practices for high altitude turfgrass in the mountains of Western Colorado. Free Housing and uniforms are included in this opportunity. $16.00/hr + OT. Experience Requirements Include but not limited to: Fertilizer/Chemical application. Rainbird Irrigation experience preferred but not required. Basic Irrigation maintenance and operation of sprinkler heads and satellite boxes. Golf Course mowing equipment operation including walk mowers. Skid Steer/tractor operation experience is preferred but not required. Accurate record keeping skills. Motivation to commit to our team and learn during intense fast pace season. Dedication and willingness to work long hours and complete necessary tasks to complete our goals. For more information please contact: Beau Backstrom Golf Course Superintendent Cornerstone Golf Club 970-975-0716 firstname.lastname@example.org
- 16.00 hr. + Unlimited - OT
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By Rolling Green Golf Club, - updated Tuesday at 04:15 PM - Springfield, Pennsylvania
RGGC is committed to developing the next generation of Golf Course Superintendents. We offer interns an experience centered around professional development and growth. Interns will work closely with the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents to learn the skills necessary to succeed in the golf turf management field while contributing to the overall success of the green department. Interns will be treated as professionals and are expected to work a similar schedule to the Assistant Superintendents (50-60 hrs/week w/ 1 day off). This position provides an opportunity to learn the daily operations of golf course with an emphasis placed on attention to detail. Interns will be given an opportunity to lead small crews and projects. Interns will be exposed to all facets of golf course maintenance including course setup, mowing, chemical and fertilizer applications, water management, various aerification techniques, bunker maintenance, irrigation repair and troubleshooting. Rolling Green Golf Club is a 1926, William Flynn designed, private golf club located in the suburbs of Philadelphia. Rolling Green is a golf only club with a membership committed to premier conditioning. The club hosted the 2016 USGA Women's Amateur Championship and the 1976 USGA Women's Open Championship. In GOLF Magazine’s 2020-2021 state-by state rankings, Rolling Green was ranked #9 in Pennsylvania. The membership at Rolling Green is committed to continually improving the golf course. Over the past 12 months Rolling Green has undergone a significant tree removal program, removing over 700 trees. Upcoming projects include a complete bunker restoration, tee construction, drainage, irrigation expansions, and native area establishment. This is an opportunity to join a team of motivated, driven turf professionals focused on excellence. Follow us on twitter @rggc1926 to learn more about the club and our operation.
- 15.00/HR + OT + Housing
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By Denver Country Club, - Denver, Colorado
POSITION: Summer Intern DEPARTMENT: Golf Course Grounds REPORTS TO: Assistant Superintendent, Golf Course Superintendent PRIMARY OBJECTIVE: To create a club atmosphere where absolute satisfaction is our highest priority. JOB SUMMARY: As a DCC golf course Summer Intern you will be expected to work and train with veteran staff members to further pursue your career in the turfgrass industry. You will be exposed to numerous aspects of turf and golf course management in a private 18-hole country club setting. It is critical to our internship program that all interns are self-motivated, dependable, detail oriented, enthusiastic, and exhibit a strong work ethic and willingness to learn on a daily basis. Outlined below are the duties and responsibilities of a DCC Summer Intern, which include but are not limited to: Gain Experience in Crew Management Work with the Crew Leaders, Assistant Superintendent, and Superintendent to ensure that daily standards and specifications are met with precise detail. Lead small crews and oversee small scale projects on the golf course. Assist in filling out the daily job board and run the employee morning meeting if needed. Knowledge and Proper Use of all Golf Course Equipment · Small equipment operation such as green & tee mowers, buffalo blowers, etc. · Large equipment operation such as trucks, tractors, fairway mowers, etc. · Ability to demonstrate to seasonal employees the proper and safe use of all equipment. Other Duties and Responsibilities Pesticide and fertilizer calibration and application. Record keeping Topdressing of greens, tees, and fairways. Weed and disease identification. Hand watering Irrigation maintenance and repair. Additionally, a Summer Intern will be expected to: Follow specific oral and written daily directions. Work 40-60 hours/week, depending on the specific time of the season. Work every other weekend (approximately 10 hours total for both days but must be available to come in at any given time to hand water, mow fairways, etc.) Report to work on time. Dress neatly and look professional on a daily basis. Master Plan Renovation The Denver Country Club is currently undergoing renovations as part of a master plan by golf course architect Gil Hanse. The project thus far has included a redesign and regrassing of all bunkers, adding many new tee boxes to the golf course, a project to narrow the channels of the Cherry Creek that runs through the property and regrow the vegetation along the banks. Seven putting greens on the golf course have been rebuilt, the practice facility has been redesigned, and one of our ponds redone. The work will continue into 2021 to prepare the golf course and our new putting greens for opening in May. Any intern with the ability to work an extended season will be rewarded with an abundance of practical construction, agronomic, and irrigation (PVC and HDPE) knowledge. Compensation $15-16/hr. + Overtime End-of-season bonus Housing Uniforms Meals Golf Privileges
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By Baltusrol Golf Club, - updated Monday at 07:51 PM - Springfield Township, New Jersey
Baltusrol Golf Club is a 36-hole facility located in Springfield, NJ. The club was founded in 1895 and has gone under numerous renovations to establish 2, Top-100 golf courses in the Lower and Upper Course. Baltusrol is well-known for providing and exceeding membership expectations for tournament conditions daily. Baltusrol has hosted 16 USGA National Championships, the 2005 and 2016 PGA Championship and most recently the 2018 USGA Junior Amateur. Baltusrol is slated to host the 2023 Women’s PGA Championship and the 2029 PGA Championship. Baltusrol Golf Club has completed the master plan restoration on the Lower Golf Course. The restoration includes PVC/HDPE Rainbird irrigation system, USGA Spec Greens with PrecisionAire, Better Billy Bunker drainage in bunkers, extensive drainage installed throughout the property. Baltusrol Golf Club grounds department is seeking hardworking, self-motivated individuals that are eager to advance their career in the golf course industry. Interns will work closely with the Director of Grounds, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, and Management Staff to facilitate and execute all operations necessary to maintain 2, Top-100 golf courses. The internship program provides opportunities to grow professionally and is geared towards producing individuals prepared to step into Assistant or AIT roles. Interns will actively monitor and apply pesticides, perform daily course set-up, perform intensive water management, be involved in planning sessions, and all other agronomic practices necessary to maintain championship conditions and exceed membership expectations. Use links below to view photos and video of recent restoration work on the lower golf course. https://www.baltusrol.org/web/pages/grounds-photos https://vimeo.com/464358275/deb342c995
- $16 - $17/hr
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By Hyannisport Club, - updated Monday at 05:38 PM - HYANNIS PORT, Massachusetts
The Hyannisport Club is a private 18-hole Donald Ross seaside links style golf course located in the village of Hyannis Port on Cape Cod. The Hyannisport Club is recognized as a certified Audubon Sanctuary Golf Course and continues to implement course improvements based on the original Ross blueprints. Over the years, Hyannisport has played host too many state and local golf championships and is consistently ranked as one of the top golf courses in Massachusetts. Interns will work directly with the golf management team throughout the season. The Interns will be involved with the planning and execution of an agronomic program that promotes turfgrass health and championship playing conditions. Our Internship provides a well-rounded, participative experience in all aspects of golf course maintenance. Students will be exposed to: Operation of all equipment, course set-up, tournament preparation, proper water management techniques, pesticide/fertilization calibration, application and record keeping. The Hyannisport Club has a state of the art Toro Lynx irrigation system that all interns will be exposed to, along with irrigation repair and maintenance. Interns will spend a significant amount of time working directly with the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistant Golf Course Superintendents in a rich learning environment.
- $16/HR + OT
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By Turf Valley, - updated Monday at 03:34 PM - Ellicott City, Maryland
Turf Valley is seeking Seasonal Interns to join our team and focus on providing the highest quality of service for our members and guests. Due to future renovation plans, this position will allow the candidate gain experience in maintaining/conditioning a golf course throughout the season, as well as being involved in a renovation project. Turf Valley is a 36-hole private facility which completed a renovation of the Original Golf Course in 2020 (course scheduled to open June 1, 2021) and will begin renovations in August 2021 on the Hialeah Course. Renovation work, to be completed by McDonald and Sons, will consist of construction of new tee complexes, bunker construction, sodding green surrounds, minor surface adjustments and re-grassing of the greens. Other renovation work will include but not limited to irrigation upgrades, cart path work and tree removal.
- $15/hour + OT
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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 Hartford Golf Club, - updated Monday at 01:03 PM - West Hartford, Connecticut
Hartford Golf Club- Summer Internship- Interns will be exposed to all aspects of golf course management. This includes all mowing practices, daily course set-up, chemical and fertilizer calibration/ application, proper hand watering techniques, irrigation repairs, tournament preparation, and scheduling. This is a labor-intensive position, and requires working in various weather conditions. Interns will be included in morning and afternoon meetings discussing daily plans and irrigation needs. About Hartford Golf Club- The Hartford Golf Club is a 27-hole private country club in central Connecticut, founded in 1896. The course is a combination of Donald Ross and Devereaux Emmett design. The course underwent a major renovation in 2017 including a complete bunker renovation, new chipping area, 16 new tees, and the rebuilding of 29 tees. Hartford Golf Club is scheduled to host the 2021 Connecticut Amateur Championship in June.
- $14.00- $16.00 plus overtime
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By The Country Club of New Canaan, - updated Monday at 12:10 PM - New Canaan, Connecticut
Country Club of New Canaan - Student Intern Candidate needs to be hardworking with a goal to achieve success within the industry. Should have a friendly and energetic personality with good problem solving and decision-making skills. Should have a basic understanding of hand-watering, fertilization, chemical applications and in-house project work. History of the Country Club of New Canaan The original nine holes were laid out by Willie Park Jr. during his first visit to the United States in the summer of 1895. The work on the original four holes was performed by the club members and commenced in early June and by the 4th of July 1897 the four holes were ready for play. The full nine holes measuring 2,677 yards were open by 1900. The second nine was designed by Walter Travis in the early 1920s but were only partially completed when cost overages forced the club to abandon the project. The project was eventually completed in 1947 based largely on the original Travis design with additional holes designed by Alfred Tull after the club purchased additional land where holes 5, 14 and 15 are today. The club is recognized as one of the 100 oldest clubs in America. The club just celebrated the 125th season in 2019. Future Projects The club completed a 21-million-dollar expansion of the clubhouse and relocation of the pool facilities at the start of 2020. The project included a completely re-designed 1st hole and an 8,000 sq. ft. practice green. A short game with a practice fairway, an 18th green model after the original Walter Travis green, and practice tee with practice center are projects planned to follow in the coming seasons. A full Golf Course Master plan has been designed by renowned Golf Course architect Andrew Green and will be completed in the coming years.
- $15.00 - $18.00 + Housing and Holiday Bonus
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By Laurel Valley Golf Club, - Ligonier, Pennsylvania
Laurel Valley Golf Club, designed by architect Dick Wilson and renovated by Arnold Palmer is located in Ligonier, Pennsylvania (hour east of Pittsburgh). Since its opening Laurel Valley Golf Club has hosted the 1975 Ryder Cup and 1965 PGA Championship and is currently seeking a motivated, hard-working and determined individuals who have a desire to learn and advance in the golf course industry. The ideal candidate would be one who is looking to eventually become a golf course superintendent. Interns will work hand in hand with the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents to provide championship level playing conditions. Candidates that are hired will receive a $1,000 signing bonus. Position Responsibilities Proper Calibration of Sprayers and Fertilizer Spreaders Proper Plant Protectant Application Water Management Equipment Operation Course Setup Irrigation Maintenance Cultural Practices (aerification, topdressing, etc.) Lead Small Crews
- Hourly Rate Plus OT DOE
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By Pinehurst Country Club, - Denver, Colorado
Pinehurst Country Club is one of Colorado’s elite golf properties. Pinehurst is the largest club in the metro with 27 holes of golf and serves over 800 members. This Press Maxwell design has been the host of numerous state championships, Colorado Golf Association events, and USGA events. We have a demanding membership with a busy tournament schedule that is always looking forward to improving conditions and quality of play.
- 14.77/hr + Free housing
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By Glacier Club, The, - updated February 19 - Durango, Colorado
Hard working and detail-oriented individuals are standard in this industry. It is those who go above and beyond the normal call of duty that really succeed in this industry. During this internship, individuals will be exposed to all areas of turf management and will be encouraged to own the internship. Daily activities include, but are not limited to bunker maintenance, mowing of greens, tees, fairways, and rough, course set up. Other jobs may include chemical and fertilizer applications, hand watering, irrigation repairs, managing small crews and equipment maintenance. Individuals will also learn aspects of budgeting, as well as long and short term management plans. Positive attitudes and excitement for career development are imperative. Glacier is a 36 hole private Club and Community. We strive to keep our property at the highest level of quality, all while keeping our Audubon International Certifications. This internship will provide an excellent opportunity to see how a 36 hole facility is maintained to the highest standards. Located 20 miles north of historic Durango Colorado, Glacier is nestled just below 8000ft and surrounded by 3 million acres of national forest. This area is an outdoor enthusiasts dream; activities include hiking, camping, biking, fishing, white water rafting, horseback riding and 4 wheeling. Along with breath-taking views, the golf course is maintained at an impeccable standard while enjoying great growing conditions for cool season turfgrass. Working along-side our golf maintenance staff we have a devoted and driven landscape department that oversees private and multi-family units along with our two clubhouses.
- 15.00/hour + free housing
- 870 views
By Wykagyl Country Club, - New Rochelle, New York
Throughout its history, Wykagyl has been touched by of some the most respected architects that the game has showcased in Donald Ross, A.W. Tilliinghast and Coore and Crenshaw. Our central attraction, our golf course, is a beautiful combination of their creativity and ability. Wykagyl presents a memorable experience to any member or guest who has played. Established in 1898; the club has a long and storied history of hosting PGA and LPGA events and is regarded as one of the top golf courses in the area. We are seeking highly motivated individuals with a willingness to learn that must possess a positive attitude. Interns will be exposed to irrigation repair, chemical and fertilizer applications, course set-up, mowing, hand watering, and summer projects. Interns will be heavily involved in an intensive maintenance program and must be dedicated to the job and have a desire to succeed in this profession. We are looking to fill spring, summer or fall internships with flexible start times and hours.
- $16-17 per hour + OT
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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.
- 3,634 views
By Bob O'Link Golf Club, - Highland Park, Illinois
Originally designed by Donald Ross on 110 acres in 1916, the course was rebuilt in 1924 after the purchase of the 50 additional acres of land west of the Skokie River. Captain Charles Hugh Alison of the English firm of Colt, McKenzie and Alison redesigned the course to utilize this additional land. Though renovated at times, the Alison design has served as the foundation of the course since reopening on July 4th 1925. The course at Bob O’Link is one of only 33 Colt & Alison golf courses remaining in North America. In 2015, the members of Bob O’Link invested significantly in the preservation of the historic, Alison designed course, courageously passing the Centennial Initiative. This was the largest undertaking at the Club since Alison redesigned the Ross course in 1924. The project, led by famed architect, Jim Urbina included restoration of 60 original Alison bunkers, recapturing acres of lost fairway space, removal of trees that had suffocated turf, rebuilding of all greens to USGA specifications while maintaining the historic Alison shapes and contours, a new, state of the art irrigation and drainage pump system, and regrassing all playing surfaces. The course re-opened in June of 2016 and is now one of the best representations of C. H. Alison's work in the world. Since the end of the Centennial Initiative project in 2016, our interns have been involved in numerous on course improvements including but not limited to: Renovation of all practice facilities including construction of 3 USGA greens, Two Better Billy Bunkers, new irrigation and drainage Installation of over two miles of drainage in house Installation of twenty-five acres of fine fescue Several bentgrass expansion around greens It is a goal of our department to provide an experience where turf professionals will be involved with all course improvement and daily maintenance tasks.
- $15 /hr + OT (Housing Available)
- 1,168 views
By Vestavia Country Club, - Vestavia Hills, Alabama
Vestavia Country Club, located in Birmingham, Alabama, will provide a unique opportunity for interns to learn and grow their knowledge of the golf course industry. Vestavia is a 27-hole, private country club nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. An intern will be exposed to all facets of golf course management and will gain vast knowledge working on various types of turf - both cool season and warm season. On the 18-hole championship course, which was fully renovated in 2017, interns will work with AU Victory bentgrass greens, Zorro zoysia tees and fairways, and 419 Bermuda rough, fine & tall fescue secondary rough On the 9-hole par 3 course interns will work with mini-verde Bermuda greens, and 419 Bermuda tees, approaches, and rough. Program: In addition to normal maintenance tasks, the interns will be trained on a new turf management practice each week, including but not limited to: Working closely with Director of Golf Course & Grounds, Superintendent, and Assistant Superintendent Course set up including: greens mowing, fairway mowing, tee and approach mowing, greens rolling, changing hole locations, marking course Greens aeration and organic matter management Sprayer and fertilizer calibration and application Weed, disease, and insect identification and management Greens moisture management Data analysis and interpretation Fertility and soil testing Irrigation management, working with Rainbird IC system and Toro satellite system, both HDPE and PVC pipe Mower set-up and equipment maintenance with equipment manager Exposure to horticulture techniques and practices around clubhouse grounds Work with new technologies in golf maintenance management including: Task Tracker, Playbooks , ezLocator In addition to Golf Course maintenance practices, Interns will also be exposed maintenance and cultural practices on Sports Turf fields at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama Benefits: Housing provided (fully furnished) Employee Lunches Uniforms Golf Privileges Overtime available when wanted PGA Tournament Volunteering Potential for Full Time employment upon Graduation For more information about the intern program, please contact Assistant Superintendent Conner Wilson at email@example.com or Superintendent Jeff Womack at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 14$/hr + OT and Housing
- 868 views
By High Hampton, - updated February 18 - Cashiers, North Carolina
High Hampton is a historic mountain club located in Cashiers, North Carolina. Surrounded by the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the 1,400-acre estate and recently completed a major redevelopment. A new 18-hole Tom Fazio designed golf course is reopening in May 2021. The intern must have a desire to learn and also be a team player. 2021 will be an exciting year at High Hampton and we look forward to helping you expand your experiences and promote your career.
- Depends on experience
- 1,815 views
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