- 57Golf Course Superintendent
- 157Assistant Superintendent
- 472nd Assistant Superintendent
- 5Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 33Equipment/Shop Manager
- 25Turf Equipment Technician
- 7Assistant Equipment Technician
- 19Spray/Applications Technician
- 11Irrigation Technician
- 4Irrigation Manager
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 5Sports Turf Manager
- 3Sports Turf Technician
- 3Landscape Manager
- 1Landscape Technician
- 5Lawn Care Manager
- 9Lawn Care Technician
- 1Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 1Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 2Crew Foreman
- 2Equipment Operator
- 15Grounds Staff
- 109Seasonal Intern
- 1Construction Shaper/Crew
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 8Sales Representative
- 4Sales Manager
- 3Operations Manager
By Pikewood National Golf Club, - updated 5 hours ago - 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, # 33 among "America's Greatest 100 Golf Courses” in 2021, 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. . Pikewood National Golf Club strives to become better and better each day and we would love for your positive attitude and strong work ethic to be apart of our team! 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: .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
- $16.50/HR + OT plus Free Housing
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By Kenwood Country Club, - updated 6 hours ago - Cincinnati, Ohio
About Kenwood: Kenwood Country Club is a private 36-hole facility located in Cincinnati, Ohio designed by William Diddel in 1930. Golf course architect Jason Strakka has completed a master plan for the club and its entire property and in 2019 the Kendale Course underwent a renovation, which updated the golf course for today’s technology and restored the original design intentions. Over the last several years our Club established itself as the premier, private, and family-oriented country club in the Cincinnati area, and one of the top clubs in the Midwest. Recently, the club has also made a commitment to championship golf, hosting The Kroger Queen City Championship presented by P&G, an annual LPGA tournament bringing the best women golfers to Cincinnati. A large part of that commitment was a considerable investment in the Course & Grounds operations as the grounds compound underwent renovations; providing a new building for management offices, new break room and locker rooms, a new maintenance building housing the equipment maintenance operations, and the purchasing of a brand new fleet of John Deere equipment. This upcoming fall the Kendale Course will complete the 2nd phase of the renovation including a greens renovation. Updating the greens to USGA specifications and bentgrass.
- $16 to $18 per hour
- 277 views
By Augusta Country Club, - updated 7 hours ago - Augusta, Georgia
Internship 2023 Augusta Country Club Augusta, Georgia Augusta Country Club in Augusta, Georgia was founded in 1899. ACC is an 18-hole private club originally designed by Donald Ross. Over the last 20+ years, the club has put a lot of time and focus into the golf course with renovations happening 2001, 2017, and recently this past April for another. In 2001, the club converted putting greens from Penncross Bentgrass to A-1 Bentgrass. More recently in 2017, the club converted fairways/tees from 419 Bermuda Grass to Zorro Zoysia grass along with a new HDPE irrigation system and Better Billy Bunkers. In April of 2022, the golf course was closed for about 6 months to renovate the 20-year-old putting greens. During this project, the putting greens were rebuilt from top to bottom and regrassed with Tifeagle Bermuda grass. Along with the putting green construction, extensive tree work, green side bunker construction, and green surround sand capping are a few other projects that were completed. This internship will be an excellent opportunity to be exposed to new USGA specification putting greens, Tif-Eagle putting green management program, and daily golf course maintenance. Interns will work closely with the management team on (but not limited to) chemical applications, irrigation R&M, and seasonal Zoysia/Bermudagrass cultural practices. Please send cover letters, resumes, and references to: Dillon Scheer Golf Course Superintendent Augusta Country Club Augusta, Georgia email@example.com (316)-619-7916
- $16 to $16 per hour
- 1,199 views
By Baltusrol Golf Club, - updated 8 hours ago - Springfield, New Jersey
We will host the upcoming 2023 Women's PGA Championship. The Upper Course is schedule for a full course restoration to begin in the late Fall of 2023. 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, Superintendent, 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. Below is video about the Lower Course Restoration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nX2afmqO9TY&t=1s
- $17/hr w/ overtime
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By Northmoor Country Club, - updated 8 hours ago - Highland Park, Illinois
Here at Northmoor C.C you can expect an internship unlike most. Our mission is to foster future leaders of the industry. Yes, detail work and general maintenance is key to your success yet there are intangible essentials most won’t teach you. You will be challenged in ways that when all is said and done will cultivate within you a new ethic. If you haven’t been told I will tell you now, turfgrass is the easy part. It’s the management of people and logistics that will stump you. Northmoor provides both an agronomic challenge as well as an introduction to leadership within an agronomic operation. There is strong potential for advancement here, yet with the right mindset we guarantee you will leave here propelled towards your goals. We aren’t looking for another abled body but instead a motivated and ambitious individual that sees themselves as a future leader. Somebody that isn’t searching for a title but looking to increase accountability and acquire any opportunity to get the job done. Is that you? Recently, Duininck Golf completed a full renovation on 9 of our 27 holes. Two multi-acre ponds were moved, 250 trees were removed, and a completely new routing was designed by Architect Tyler Rae to solve flooding issues commonly found in this part of the state. The new Nine is complete with variable-depth greens seeded to Pure Distinction, Piranha/Barracuda fairways, Better Billy Bunker/ProElite sand, 2-wire Toro irrigation system, new pumphouse and new pumpstation. As of November 2022, we are still in the grow-in phase of the project, growing nearly everything from seed – not sod, which is a challenge you will surely learn from. Work is yet to be done and you will be joining us on the tail end of the renovation grow-in.
- $20 to $20 per hour
- 1,156 views
By Castle Pines Golf Club, - updated 9 hours ago - Castle Pines, Colorado
Castle Pines Golf Club is an 18 hole, private, Jack Nicklaus Signature Design. Castle Pines Golf Club will also be a stop on the PGA Tour as it will host the 2024 BMW Championship. The course is situated along the front range of the Rocky Mountains amongst towering ponderosa pines just south of the Denver Metro area. Castle Pines Golf Club ranks as one of the top courses not only in Colorado, but also in the nation. Student interns will be exposed to all aspects of golf course management including but not limited to: equipment operation, chemical and dry fertilizer applications, daily golf course set up, reclaimed irrigation management, record keeping, and staff management. As part of the golf maintenance team, student interns will work alongside the Golf Course Superintendent and the Assistant Golf Course Superintendents. The internship will be catered to each individual’s personal and professional goals. Student interns will have the ability to experience the management of a new Toro irrigation system and Watertronics pump station. Multiple golf course improvement projects are scheduled over the winter and into spring of 2023. Numerous tee complexes will be either updated or redesigned along with a complete bunker renovation. Agronomy students will be exposed to golf course construction, facilitate contractors, irrigation designers, and irrigation contractors. Successful internships have the potential for full time status with Castle Pines Golf Club after the internship is concluded.
- $19 to $21 per hour
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By Morris County Golf Club, - updated 9 hours ago - Morristown, New Jersey
Morris County Golf Club is a classic 18 hole golf course designed by Seth Raynor. The club itself was established in 1894, with its current layout of holes being finished by Raynor around 1916. Our goal in the grounds department is to create a partnership with an individual that wants to learn more about the turf industry and the day to day needs for golf course turf managment. We intend this to be a true partnership of respect and opportunity for growth. We know an intern can become a valued part of our management team thorughout a summer season and we want to support an individual through that experience no matter what their current skills are. Our goal would be for an intern to learn more about applications (fertilizers, fungicides, herbicides, etc.), mowing practices, course setup, tournament preparations, cultural practices, business management, project management, moisture management, and crew/team leadership. The upcoming 2023 season will be exciting here at Morris County Golf Club as we wrap up new construction and rehabilatation at our maintenance facility. The membership has decided to invest heavily in our facility and the completion of this project throughout next season will provide any intern a unique opportunity to see some of this project management first hand. We also have some upcoming golf course projects over the next few years in preparation for the 2026 NJ State Open. We want to allow freedom and flexability for our intern to focus in areas where they feel they need additional exposure and training. If you are looking to gain something specific out of the upcoming season please feel free to reach out and see how we could work together.
- $19 to $20 per hour
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By The Country Club of York, - updated 11 hours ago - York, Pennsylvania
The Country Club of York is looking for Student Interns for the 2023 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 the Country Club of York's master plan developed by Golf Course Architect Andrew Green. These projects are completed by McDonald and Son's Golf Course Builders Inc. in conjunction with the CCY agronomy team. The Country Club of York is also hosting the 2023 Pennsylvania State Open in August and this tournament will be a great experience in preparing the golf course for tournament play. This internship will give the student a great opportunity to build his or her resume.
- $17.00/Hour plus overtime and free housing
- 1,359 views
By Lehigh Country Club, - updated 13 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 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. We anticipate installing XGD in the remaining greens over the next two years. In 2022 Lehigh completed a full bunker renovation, including the installation of Capillary Concrete in 31 of the bunkers on the course. 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, more rain, and disease pressure through the roof. Boasting a management staff with a combined 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.
- $17.00/hr Negotiable DOE + Onsite Housing + Ample OT
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By Ryderbrook Golf Club, - updated Wednesday at 05:09 PM - Morristown, Vermont
Looking for a passionate individual to join me for the 2023 golf season. I manage a small nine hole facility primarily by myself and I am looking for someone to fulfill their internship but mainly act as my assistant. Fortunately during my time in the golf industry I have been exposed to many great superintendents which have helped me tailor my career in the direction I have chosen. I have been trained to maintain tournament like standards throughout my career by managing and volunteering for PGA tournaments and USGA championships. I invite anyone who wishes to learn the demands of the trade and water management skills required to be successful without working 60 to 80 hrs a week in a sometimes stressful environment. This position is 40 hrs a week with minimal overtime and zero stress. The opportunity to learn is up to the individual.
- $17 to $17 per hour
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By Charles River Country Club, - updated Wednesday at 03:30 PM - Newton Center, Massachusetts
Charles River Country Club is a Donald Ross designed 18-hole championship golf course built in 1921. The club has hosted several prestigious amateur and professional tournaments. In 2003 the club hosted the USGA Men's State Championship, the Massachusetts Open in 2006, the qualifying rounds for the US Amateur in 2013, and the Massachusetts Amateur Championship in 2017. 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, chemical and fertilizer application, and opportunities to lead small crews.
- $20 to $22 per hour
- 645 views
By Myopia Hunt Club, - updated Wednesday at 01:31 PM - South Hamilton, Massachusetts
Myopia Hunt Club aims to provide championship conditions in the safest and most efficient way possible while creating a fun team atmosphere. An Internship at Myopia Hunt Club will allow the applicant to build a vital skill set to further their turf industry career. Interns will work closely with our management team to be proficient in daily course preparation, agronomic practices, irrigation repair and maintenance, chemical/fertilizer calibration and application, record keeping, and water management. Myopia Hunt Club, situated in South Hamilton, Massachusetts, is located 30 miles North of Boston and was formed in 1875. Golf was introduced to the club in 1894, and four of the first thirteen US Opens were held at Myopia. The club is currently ranked 69th in Golf Digest's top 100 golf courses in the United States and 72nd in the World. Along with a championship golf course, the club has three active polo fields, seven Har-Tru tennis courts, four paddle courts, two racquetball courts, a pool facility, kennels, and stables, making Myopia a proper country club. Interns at Myopia Hunt Club will be working as s part of a team, interacting with people from other departments, and building a team atmosphere that balances work and life.
- $20 to $20 per hour
- 390 views
By Boot Ranch, - updated Wednesday at 01:06 PM - 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's, mechanic's and a year-round crew of approximately 20. This summer we will be working on several in house project: eliminating contamination in collars/approaches, building new tee boxes, and working on various irrigation projects. All of these will be excellent opportunities to broaden your knowledge.
- 16-17 per/hr. w/ overtime, housing & every other weekend off
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By Inverness Club, - Toledo, Ohio
Inverness Club is a Donald Ross designed 18-hole championship golf course located in Toledo, Ohio. Inverness, which is recognized as a national historic landmark, opened in 1903. Inverness has hosted four U.S. Opens, two PGA Championships, two U.S. Senior Opens, U.S. Amateur, U.S. Junior Amateur, and the Solheim Cup. Inverness is the only club to have hosted the U.S. Open, U.S. Amateur, U.S. Senior Open, and U.S. Junior Amateur Championships. Inverness is the home of the USGA Greens Section which was established prior to the 1920 U.S. Open. The championship course recently underwent a major renovation in 2017 led by architect Andrew Green. The club has plans for another renovation in 2024 including installing a new irrigation system, renovate/add bunkers, multiple green extensions, add tees, and large scale drainage projects. Inverness Club looks forward to hosting the 2027 U.S. Women's Open and the 2029 U.S. Amateur. Inverness is currently ranked 65th by Golf Digest. https://www.golfdigest.com/story/inverness-club Inverness is seeking motivated individuals willing to learn and be developed into a future Golf Course Superintendent. Working along side experienced leader, John Zimmers, Interns will be exposed to all facets of day to day tasks necessary to maintaining a championship level club at the highest level. Our mission here at Inverness Club is to develop your agronomic, management, and networking skills to gain the necessary experience needed to excel in a very competitive industry. Intern positions play a important role in our day to day operations and the individuals will have the opportunity to gain valuable experience with IPM management, leadership, record keeping, irrigation/water management, mowing practices, etc. Interns will be involved with daily course setup and preparation. You will perform mowing tasks of all our maintained turf. Water management is vital with maintaining championship level conditions so gaining that experience will continue to help your development. You will be have the opportunity to work with a new fleet of John Deere equipment. Interns will have exposure to all our cultural practices from topdressing to aerification techniques to IPM management which will lay a foundation for success in this industry. This role will expose you to the responsibilities of being a Superintendent and you will gain an understanding of the work necessary to achieve success. Experience: Not required Education: Working towards a degree/certificate in Turf grass Management or related field Application Instructions: Send cover letter and resume to Chris White at firstname.lastname@example.org
- $15/Hour + O.T.
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By Winged Foot Golf Club, - 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.
- $16 to $16 per hour
- 693 views
By Old Edwards Club, - updated Tuesday at 02:03 PM - Highlands, North Carolina
Old Edwards Golf Club, situated on the Cashiers/Highlands Plateau, North Carolina, is in search of a Seasonal Intern for the 2023 Season. Individual must be a self-driven individual and possess the energy needed, to provide high quality product, on a daily basis. Interns will be exposed to all aspects of golf course management including but not limited to: equipment operation, chemical and dry fertilizer applications, daily golf course set up, irrigation management, record keeping, and staff management.
- $17 to $17 per hour
- 353 views
By Ocean Reef Club, - updated Tuesday at 02:00 PM - Key Largo, Florida
Ocean Reef Club is a 2000+ acre private community on the north end of Key Largo. Ocean Reef is recognized as a Five Star Platinum Club, currently ranked #9 in the world. We are home to two 18 hole championship golf courses, a 175 slip marina, a private members only airport, and over 12 restaurants. We are currently looking to fill 6 intern/AIT spots. These positions are available year round, and we can tailor the time frames to meet your needs. This is a great opportunity to gain valuable renovation experience as we will be completely re-grassing one of the courses here on property starting this spring. As an ORC intern you will be exposed to every aspect of maintaining a high end championship golf course. Our internship program is very important to the Superintendents here at ORC. Over the last 3 seasons we have helped numerous interns get their first Assistants position at high end facilities around the country.
- $16 to $16 per hour
- 414 views
By Northeast Harbor Golf Club, - updated Tuesday at 12:59 AM - Northeast Harbor, Maine
Northeast Harbor Golf Club is pleased to offer an internship opportunity for the 2023 season. NEHGC, founded in 1895 is an 18 hole, semi-private, golf-only club in Northeast Harbor, Maine. At 5,600 yards and featuring views of Acadia National Park, the club is a rarity amongst the sport. Our membership enjoys the club to themselves for the summer months. Public rounds are allowed in the shoulder seasons. The course is composed of bentgrass/poa greens, bentgrass tees, and bentgrass fairways. Features such as our native areas, fescue areas, rocks, hills and forest-lined holes give the club endless unique character. We have an aging irrigation system but our Toro Lynx software and new clocks are running steady. The old system provides an arduous but unique opportunity for learning the ins and outs of irrigation maintenance and repairs. Our intern will learn all aspects of fixing and maintaining the irrigation. A new system is being arranged currently in the time frame of 2024-2025. Housing is available above the maintenance shop. The town of Northeast Harbor is small and quaint but offers plenty. Bar Harbor is a short fifteen minute drive away and Ellsworth is thirty minutes, both of which have everything you might need. We may be a bit north but we are still very accessible. There are not many locations in the country comparable to this place and it is a great area to experience. Ideally, our intern candidate is enrolled in a turfgrass program, related field, or recently completed their degree. Beyond learning irrigation, our goal is to teach our interns all facets of the industry and vastly prepare them for their career ahead. Maintenance skills can be taught, however, attitude and effort need to be brought by our candidate. A desire to learn and grow is key. Our intern will work directly with the Assistant Superintendent and the Superintendent on a daily basis through training, planning, note-taking, and executing plans over the course of the internship. Steven Zettle is the Superintendent. He has spent his career at top clubs in the tri-state area, including being the Senior Assistant Superintendent at Bethpage Black. He also proudly adds Hampton Hills to his resume as well as working several PGA tournaments and major championships. Ben Lord is the Assistant Superintendent. His experience comes from Quail Hollow Club and TPC Boston, as well as working several PGA tournaments at different clubs. Ben took on his first Assistant Superintendent role in Greenwich, CT at an executive private club. If you are looking for a unique club to gain knowledge and expand your portfolio in the industry, NEHGC is for you. Cultivating a healthy work environment and emphasizing life beyond the job is paramount to our operation. We are a team at NEHGC maintenance and we would be thrilled to have an intern join us for the 2023 season. Please reach out with any questions or interest. Here are some pictures I have taken of the course this past season: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Xu1FyeV3eRtGXV_T5GqdfPuwpfJah0cTpng6JLBq8rs/edit?usp=sharing
- $18 to $18 per hour
- 323 views
By Onwentsia, - Lake Forest, Illinois
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zZLbOah7bQn-f0xVI8civavFLx2gKeY_/view?usp=share_link Onwentsia Club is a private 18-hole club founded in 1895 and located 30 miles north of Chicago. It is one of America's oldest clubs and one of only five in the country to host the U.S. Open, U.S. Amateur, U.S. Womens Amateur and U.S. Senior Amateur. The course plays 6,700 yards on a links style layout. We are looking for a seasonal intern to join our grounds maintenance team here at Onwentsia for the 2023 season. Duties will include all aspects of turf management as well as assisting the Superintendent and Assistants with daily operation of the maintenance department.
- $17 to $18 per hour
- 141 views
By The Golf Club at Harbor Shores, - Benton Harbor, Michigan
The Harbor Shores internship program is designed to suit the successful candidate based on previous experiences and knowledge, giving them the tools to take the next step in their career. He/she will gain valuable hands-on experience in all aspects of golf course maintenance including, but not limited to; irrigation repair and operation, water management, fertilizer and chemical application and calibration, course setup, mowing operations, equipment repair and maintenance, data collection and scouting, budgeting, and beach management. Interns will be expected to help plan and execute the golf course maintenance program, assisting with daily scheduling and assignments. Potential future employment possible upon completion.
- $14 to $15 per hour
- 130 views
By The Ledges, - Huntsville, Alabama
At 1,582 feet, the highest point in Huntsville, The Ledges offers an 18-hole championship golf course like no other in Alabama. The award winning course was designed by Hurdzan/Fry GCD, Inc., and first opened in 2000. In 2003, Designer Mike Hurdzan was named Designer of the Year by Golf Magazine for his work at The Ledges. He was also chosen as the recipient of the 2013 Old Tom Morris Award by the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. The goal of The Ledges developers was to preserve the mountain’s natural beauty while creating a world-class golf course. Of the 750 acres set for development, 450 acres were set aside as a natural green belt protecting it from future development. 250 acres of the land are now a nationally recognized golf course, while 150 acres are used for the mountain’s residential development. Bent grass greens, Zoysia fairways and Bermuda rough make up the landscape of the course. Designed with 5 different tee sets, sculpted greens and fairways and challenging bunkers, the course offers golfers of all skill levels an outstanding golf experience. The Ledges is now an annual host of a Korn Ferry Tour event held in the end of April every year and interns can be involved in that if they are able to be here at that time. -Interns will be involved in every detail of the golf course maintenance. -Interns will have the ability to train, learn and execute every task that is done on a daily basis. -Daily, will be involved in working on scheduling/executing of tasks with Assistants/Superintendent. -Tournament set-up and planning will be a major focus of your internship. -Learning the proper hand-watering techniques will be crucial to your success here at The Ledges. -Interns will gain experience in what it takes to maintain a golf course a high level daily. -You will also have the ability to be involved in reel maintenance, equipment maintenance, and work directly with the Equipment Manager and Mechanics.
- $17 to $19 per hour
- 138 views
By Dallas Country Club, - updated Monday at 04:11 PM - Dallas, Texas
Dallas Country Club, founded in 1896, is seeking a seasonal (summer) Intern, to join our team as soon as possible. An 18-hole private country club, DCC is the oldest private club in Texas and one of the most prestigious clubs in America (Platinum Club of America Top 150 Country Clubs). The Club is located within the community of Highland Park, Texas (4 miles north of downtown). The golf course and practice facilities were renovated in 2011 by John Fought in the design motif of the Golden Age of golf architecture, and more specifically, in a style consistent with the great Donald Ross. The golf course is (or was) an 18-hole layout with a 3-hole short game practice area. Current Turfgrass varieties include: Tyee/007 Bentgrass Greens, 419 Bermuda and Zorro Zoysiagrass Tees, 419 Bermudagrass Fairways and Roughs, Zorro Zoysiagrass collars and approaches. An upcoming construction project with Mike Gogel Golf Design is about to begin. An entire irrigation renovation designed by EC Design with Heritage Links will begin in February. In May, the golf course will close for 5 months to renovate with Labar Golf Construction Group: including the bunkers, sand cap and drain the fairways, and regrass all the fairways, tees, and approaches to Stadium Zoysiagrass. Our Renovation team includes: Mike Gogel (Golf Course Architect) EC Design (Irrigation Architects) LaBar Golf Renovations (Golf Course Builder) Heritage Links (Irrigation) Interns can expect to gain valuable experience in both general golf course maintenance as well as construction experience.
- $19 to $21 per hour
- 300 views
By Squires Golf Club, - updated Monday at 02:47 PM - Ambler, Pennsylvania
Objectives of Program To give a motivated student an opportunity to develop and improve their knowledge in golf course management practices, communication skills, time management, and teamwork. This will be a hands-on experience, working closely with the assistant superintendents. Intern will be exposed to all equipment, technology, and practices required to maintain a golf course at the highest level. Responsibilities · Setting up the course for daily play · Operation of an assortment of golf course equipment consistent with maintaining championship conditions · Involvement in all cultural practices · Participation in our pesticide and fertilizer program · An understanding of calibrating application equipment · Assistance in irrigation troubleshooting and repair on Toro Lynx Irrigation System · Contribution with in-house improvement projects · Small crew management · Learn to apply effective hand watering techniques · Keep a daily journal of tasks, processes, and education for the day · Produce monthly reports on assigned subjects o Monthly reports will be handed in to Superintendent o Report subjects will have to do with either a insect, disease, cultural practice, or practice typical for that month
- $18 to $18 per hour
- 173 views
By Pine Valley Golf Club, - Pine Valley, New Jersey
Pine Valley Golf Club is a private golf club located in Pine Valley, New Jersey. A 1913 George Crump design, the 18-hole Old Course has been consistently ranked among the best golf courses in the world. In addition to the Old Course, there is a 10-hole Short Course built in 1992 by Tom Fazio as well as a 20-acre practice facility with double ended driving range, short game areas, putting greens, and teaching facility. Internship candidates will have the opportunity to be a part of a golf operation that is continually evolving with various construction projects taking place each year. Interns will work closely with assistant superintendents in all aspects of maintenance of the property including, but not limited to, chemical application, water management, course set up, and mowing. The ideal candidate is highly motivated, reliable, and eager to learn. And has a strong eye for detail with a desire to advance in the turf maintenance industry. There is also the possibility of full-time employment following the successful completion of the internship.
- $15 to $15 per hour
- 56 views
By The Broadmoor, - Colorado Springs , Colorado
The Broadmoor is a 36 hole resort golf club established in 1918, set in the Cheyenne Mountain foothills. The Broadmoor Golf Club is consistently ranked among the best in the world and has held 8 USGA Championships including the 2018 and upcoming 2025 U.S. Senior Open. The Broadmoor was ranked the #1 Golf Resort in North America by Golf Magazine. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Assist with chemical management (fertilizers, pesticides, growth regulators): application scheduling; inventory control; IPM program implementation; and equipment calibration Assist with management functions: Personnel (issuance of daily work schedules and leadership) Assist with golf course management practices: greens/tees/fairways (mowing, core cultivation, other cultural practices) and course and tournament setup (cup and tee marker placements, course marking) Assist with irrigation functions: drainage programming, installation, repair, system maintenance, and spot watering Assist with golf course special projects Assist in landscaping: tree pruning and planting; annual and perennial planting; and design Perform all mowing exercises including greens, approaches, tees, fairways and roughs.
- $17.00 , Overtime, Housing
- 2,115 views
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