- 56Golf Course Superintendent
- 2Superintendent/General Manager
- 124Assistant Superintendent
- 322nd Assistant Superintendent
- 45Equipment/Shop Manager
- 29Turf Equipment Technician
- 11Assistant Equipment Technician
- 12Spray/Applications Technician
- 14Irrigation Technician
- 3Irrigation Manager
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 5Sports Turf Manager
- 1Sports Turf Technician
- 2Landscape Manager
- 5Landscape Technician
- 5Lawn Care Manager
- 8Lawn Care Technician
- 4Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 2Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 1Crew Foreman
- 18Grounds Staff
- 71Seasonal Intern
- 6Sales Representative
- 2Sales Manager
- 2Operations Manager
- 2Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
- 1Executive Director
- 1Pro Shop/Golf Manager
By Congressional Country Club, - updated 6 hours ago - Bethesda, Maryland
2023 Internship Congressional Country Club is seeking seasonal Golf Course & Grounds Interns for the 2023 golf season. The 2023 season will be yet another exciting season here at Congressional. We recently hosted the 2022 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship on the newly renovated Blue Course. This year’s interns will help us progress and prepare the club to host major championships in the future while also providing the best experience for our members and guests. This opportunity will allow students to get firsthand practical experience at one of the most storied clubs in the country on golf course maintenance. Interns will also get the unique opportunity to spend a week with the Field Management Team for the Washington Nationals Baseball Club. Located in Bethesda, MD, Congressional Country Club is the #1 Platinum Club in the country. Congressional has a long-storied history of hosting Championships. In the last 15 years alone, Congressional has hosted the U.S. Open Championship in 2011 followed by two Quicken Loans National Tournaments (2014 & 2016). Congressional most recently hosted the 2022 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Congressional is proud to continue this history in agreement with the PGA of America in hosting seven more Championships in the next fifteen years as follows: 2024 Junior PGA Championship 2025 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship 2027 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship 2029 PGA Professional Championship 2030 PGA Championship 2033 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship 2037 Ryder Cup Interns will be involved in the daily maintenance of two golf courses, Blue and Gold, and will work closely with the Superintendents and Assistants. Interns will learn fertilizer/pesticide calibration as well as proper application practices. Daily jobs will include but not limited to course setup, irrigation repair, disease identification, and water management on USGA and pushup greens. Interns will also be exposed to the equipment maintenance and clubhouse horticulture/grounds side of the operation. Additionally, interns will experience 1 week working alongside the Washington Nationals field management team. Congressional Country Club prides itself on a positive learning experience for all interns of various skill levels.
- $18 to $18 per hour
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By Bethpage Black, - Farmingdale, New York
Bethpage State Park has five – 18 Hole courses that host hundreds of thousands of golfers each year. The Black Course has hosted two US Opens, two FedEx Cup Barclays Tournaments, the 2019 PGA Championship and will host the 2025 Ryder Cup. Our interns’ efforts are spent mainly on the Black Course, but they will spend time maintaining and improving each course at Bethpage. Bethpage is a unique, fast paced environment that will reward interns with practical skills that will provide a strong foundation for a career in turf management. We will tailor your internship to your skill set to improve your competence and confidence with the goal to provide Championship daily conditions for our golfers. In addition to the core maintenance practices needed to maintain and prepare our courses interns are also trained to spray fairways, tees and greens, assist with irrigation repair. If weather allows we tackle projects in season as well. Interns have assisted with drainage and irrigation installation, bunker renovation and tee construction projects in past seasons. In 2023, the Black Course plans to host regular outings and tournaments like the New York State Open, Long Island Amateur, plus College Tournaments and High School championships. Our other courses will host the Met PGA Assistant Professionals, local university tournaments, plus the Women’s Long Island Amateur. While 2025 seems a long time from now, we will be discussing and implementing long term plans for a successful Ryder Cup. New housing onsite offers great convenience, very close to Farmingdale Village and other amenities.
- $18 to $20 per hour
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By Cherry Hills Country Club, - updated 10 hours ago - Cherry Hills Village, Colorado
Cherry Hills Country Club was built in 1922 by William Flynn and has a long history of holding major tournaments including three U.S. Opens, two PGA Championships, a U.S. Women's Open, U.S Senior Open, U.S. Senior Amateur, U.S. Mid-Amateur, two U.S. Amateurs, and most recently, the 2014 BMW Championship. We will be hosting the upcoming 2023 USGA Amateur Championship. Cherry Hills CC is consistently rated in the Top 100 courses in the US. The course consists of poa/bent push-up greens with fairways, tees, and rough that are poa/rye/blue. Our goal is to provide you with the experience necessary to take the next steps in your turfgrass career. The expectations of the club and our membership are extremely high. We will provide you with all the necessary skills needed to advance in this industry. You will gain experience in ALL aspects of golf course management: all mowing operations, pesticide applications, irrigation management, small crew management, etc. We hope to groom a well-rounded individual to help them further their career. Applicants must be willing to work long hours, have a good attitude, be dependable, and be willing to do whatever is asked to meet our expectation levels. Interns are responsible for all of the spray applications throughout the course of the season along with becoming familiar with the operation of all equipment that the club has on hand. They will also be involved with any projects including sod, irrigation, and renovation if this type of work is going on at the time.
- $19 to $21 per hour
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By Liberty National Golf Club, - Jersey City, New Jersey
Liberty National Golf Club Will be hosting the Inaugural LPGA Mizuho Americas Open Partnering with the AJGA as well as the host of the ICONS Series with 24 global celebrities. Objective 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. Interns 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
- $16 to $16 per hour
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By Big Cedar Lodge, - updated 15 hours ago - Ridgedale, Missouri
Please view this video to gain more information https://vimeo.com/745109203/07142a9bb7 Big Cedar Lodge is the premier golf destination in the Midwest, boasting five golf courses designed to fit the needs of every golfer. Big Cedar prides itself as America’s Next Great Golf Destination by allowing golfers to play courses designed by some of the top names in golf. • Payne’s Valley – Tiger Woods designed his first public course in the U.S. here at Big Cedar Lodge in honor of Ozarks legend and U.S. Open Champion, Payne Stewart. • Ozarks National – World-renowned golf course designers Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw put their unique touch on the Ozarks with this 18-hole course. • Mountain Top – Designed by Gary Player, this 13-hole short course gives golfers an unparalleled experience traversing through unique rock outcroppings. • Buffalo Ridge Springs – The title of Missouri’s #1 Public Course goes to this Tom Fazio designed course and is the staple of Johnny Morris’s “Nature Golf”. • Top of the Rock – Our very own 9-hole, par 3 course designed by Jack Nicklaus is the first short course to be featured in a PGA Tournament
- $15 to $17 per hour
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By Eastward Ho!, - updated Wednesday at 08:21 PM - Chatham, Massachusetts
Eastward Ho! Is a private 18-hole Herbert Fowler design located on the coastline of Cape Cod. Built in 1922 the course boasts unique architecture that follows the topography of glacial moraines. Interns work closely alongside the Superintendent in all aspects of turf maintenance. This position requires a professionally driven individual who operates with the highest expectations and efficiencies. Strong organizational skills are preferred. The correct candidate will work with seasoned crew through projects, applications, and daily operations. Individual understands the requirements and demands of turf improvement at a world class private facility. We are seeking individuals that understand what it takes to be the best. Current rankings include: Golf Magazine – “Top 100 Courses in the U.S.” (#53), Golf Week – “Top 200 Classic” (#44), Golf Club Atlas – “Custodians of the Game” (#65 [#28 in U.S.]). Responsibilities include: Manage small crews Irrigation repair and troubleshooting Spray fairways and greens Water management/Hand watering Fertilizer applications/calibrations Crew organization Aerification Small projects Assist the equipment technician with repairs and maintenance Operate tractors and loaders Course set-up Walk mow greens Walk mow tees and collar
- $17 to $17 per hour
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By Wilmington Country Club, - Wilmington, Delaware
Following a 2020 renovation in preparation for the 2022 BMW Championship with architect Andrew Green, Wilmington Country Club is actively seeking candidates for their 2023 Internship opportunity. The club comprises of 36 holes of golf, along with an extensive racquets program, including grass tennis courts. A renovation of the North Course is in development for 2024 that will include a campus wide irrigation installation. Founded in 1901, Wilmington Country Club is centrally located in the mid-Atlantic, two hours in either direction to New York City or Washington, DC. This location allows our agronomy department to manage both cool-season and warm-season turfgrasses, presenting a unique opportunity for students. In addition, you will increase your professional network by interacting with various consultants and field visits to neighboring sports turf facilities. For more information, visit us on Instagram @wcc1901_agro and review our internship brochure listed below to learn more about the Club and this exciting opportunity to work with our TEAM.
- $16.00 per hour, OT & Housing
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By Pine Valley Golf Club, - updated Wednesday at 03:50 PM - Pine Valley, New Jersey
Pine Valley Golf Club is a 18-hole private golf course founded in 1913, designed by George Crump. Pine Valley is ranked #1 in the World by Golf Digest. In additional to the Old Course, there is a 10-hole Short course designed by Tom Fazio and a 20-acre double-ended practice facility. Pine Valley Golf Club offers candidates an opportunity to be part of a constantly evolving golf club with construction projects happening each year. Interns will work closely with the Assistants to plan, direct, and implement all aspects of maintenance of the golf course. The ideal candidate must be highly motivated, reliable, and willing to uphold our high standards. Must have a strong attention to detail and be passionate about advancing in the golf course maintenance industry. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to work as a part of a team. Full-time employment is a strong possibility following a successful internship.
- $15 to $15 per hour
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By Terrace Park Country Club, - updated Wednesday at 03:30 PM - Milford, Ohio
Terrace Park Country club is searching for students interested in the turf industry for our Internship Program for the 2023 season. Terrace Park Country Club is a full-service private club located at the confluence of The Little Miami and East Fork Rivers in Milford, OH. Originally founded across the Little Miami in the Village of Terrace Park in 1910 as a 6 hole golf club. It wasn’t until 1931 when the club purchased land from a local farmer and moved to its present location to accommodate an 18 hole golf course and clubhouse. Today, membership enjoys a family friendly atmosphere with facilities to support activities for all four seasons of Cincinnati weather including a full size pool, fitness center, platform tennis, and an indoor golfing facility. We are seeking motivated, team oriented individuals to join our agronomy team. This job will provide experience in day to day operations of a golf course. This will include, but is not limited to, pesticide/fertilizer applications, mowing, course set-up, moisture management, irrigation repairs, speed rolling, leadership of small crews and many other important golf course practices. You will also get the opportunity to learn about and work with our new Rainbird IC irrigation system. This internship will give the opportunity to work closely with the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents to help further advance their understanding of the industry and foster the start of a successful career.
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By Greenwich Country Club, - updated Wednesday at 02:34 PM - Greenwich, Connecticut
Founded in 1892, Greenwich Country Club was designed by Seth Raynor. Located 35 miles northeast of NYC, GCC is a progressive club dedicated to providing the best playing conditions on a daily basis. GCC completed a major upgrade to the golf course in 2018/2019 under the direction of Beau Welling, rebuilding of all greens, complexes and bunkers took place. Transitioning from poa push-up greens to USGA spec bentgrass greens. In conjunction a new state of the art Rainbird IC irrigation system was installed. Future projects call for relocation of 2.5 holes, opening up interior campus space for expanded member activities, construction of a new short game area and a Golf Learning Center, 9/19/2022 start date. Slated for 2023 is ongoing tree removal, extensive in-house drainage improvements, fairway conversion to bentgrass. In the fall of 2023 phase 1 of rebuilding tee complexes will commence.
- $18 to $18 per hour
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By North Ridge Country Club, - updated Tuesday at 04:01 PM - Raleigh, North Carolina
North Ridge Country Club, a private member-owned club in North Raleigh, is looking to recruit 2 full-time seasonal intern to its golf course maintenance and grounds management team for the 2023 season. About our Club: North Ridge Country Club is an exclusive, member-owned country club located in Raleigh, North Carolina. We are a full-service club with two championship 18-hole golf courses, Golf Learning Center, and practice facilities. Located on nearly 400 acres of rolling wooded terrain, the impressive complex and grounds offer exceptional social and recreational opportunities for our members, their families and guests. The two golf course aptly named Lakes and Oaks, were designed by Gene Hamm and George Cobb and were later updated by John LaFoy and Kris Spence. The two courses feature G-12 Champion greens, a new Toro Lynx irrigation system, and have hosted a wide variety of professional and amateur events over the years. The ideal candidate is someone that communicates well, is self-motivated, has a positive attitude, and is well organized. North Ridge is committed to being a preferred employer. Program Description: Our competitive internship program focuses on developing knowledge and experience pertinent to the advancement of the interns golf course management career. Interns will gain hands-on training in equipment operation and maintenance, course set-up, irrigation, chemical and fertilizer applications, personnel management, record keeping, and project management under the direction of course superintendents, equipment manager and director of agronomy with a combined 60+ years of experience. Each student experience will be tailored specifically to match the expectations of school's program and the each individual's career goals and aspirations. At North Ridge we believe in investing in the future and making the commitment to provide the most comprehensive and educational experience possible for each intern. Program Length varies from 8 to 16 weeks. $500.00 Scholarship for top preforming interns.
- $15 to $15 per hour
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By Ryderbrook Golf Club, - updated Tuesday at 03:39 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 The Honors Course, - Ooltewah, Tennessee
The Honors Course is an eighteen-hole private golf club designed by Pete Dye. The course was a dream by owner Jack Lupton to “Honor” amateur golf. Since its beginning in 1983, The Honors Course has hosted the 1986, 2004 and 2014 Southern Amateur, the 1989, 1999 and 2009 Tennessee State Amateur, The 1991 U.S. Amateur, the 1994 Curtis Cup, the 1996 and 2010 NCAA Championship, the 1999 Palmer Cup, the 2005 U.S. Mid-Amateur, the 2011 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur, the 2016 U.S. Junior Amateur and The Southern Amateur in 2023. The Honors Course is has consistently ranked in the Top 30 by Golf Digest Magazine’s 100 Greatest Courses of America and in the top 25 of America’s Best Modern Courses by Golfweek. Seeking motivated individuals with the passion for the golf industry. All 3, 5 and 8-month internships are welcomed. Interns can start as early as February 2023. Interns will be mentored in ALL aspects of golf course maintenance including but not limited to warm season turfgrass management experience, UltraDwarf Bermudagrass experience, ability to multi-task & handle a fast-paced working environment with a strong sense of urgency at a Top 100 Golf Club, moisture management, greens mowing, use a range of sprayer equipment for pesticide applications, experience with Toro irrigation systems, crew management and budgeting. Housing will be provided and plenty of overtime will be available. Upon completion of internship, possible full-time employment maybe offered to graduating students. Benefits include: Free on-site housing, uniforms, meals, golfing privileges, and pay will start at $14.00/hr. based on experience.
- $14 to $15 per hour
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By Myopia Hunt Club, - updated Tuesday at 11:55 AM - South Hamilton, Massachusetts
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 Digests top 100 golf courses in the United States and 72nd in the World. Along with golf, 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. Our goal at Myopia Hunt Club is to provide championship conditions, the safest and most efficient way possible while creating a fun team atmosphere. This internship 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. In addition, successful interns will have an opportunity for post-graduate advancement within the company.
- $18 to $18 per hour
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By Round Hill Club, - updated Tuesday at 09:23 AM - 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 of a 3,500ft2 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 potential 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 this year adjacent to our current maintenance building. We are also continuously improving the property through in-house 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-$18 DOE. + OT and Housing
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By Inverness Club, - Toledo, Ohio
Inverness Club 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. 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 email@example.com
- $15/Hour + O.T.
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By The Quechee Club, - Quechee, Vermont
The Quechee Club is a private 36 hole championship golf and four season private recreational community located in south central Vermont with a current membership level of 1,400 members. The club is situated on 5,000 acres and also offers a small downhill ski area, X/C skiing, 11 tennis courts, 2 platform courts, indoor & outdoor pools, fitness center, 50 acre recreational lake, polo field, athletic fields, hiking & biking trails, etc. The surrounding "Upper Valley" area has lots of other outdoor recreational activities to offer along with the cultural offerings of Woodstock, Vermont and Dartmouth College, which is located just across the Connecticut River in Hanover, New Hampshire. The Club has recently gone through a major renovation in 2012 after Tropical Storm Irene damaged the property including new California greens with A1/A4 Bentgrass surfaces. In additions we just completed the installation of a new Rainbird I/C decoder irrigation system with double & triple row High density plastic piping. The club has also embarked on phase one of a Campus Master plan renovation program to update other facilities and amenities throughout the club. We are looking for driven and motivated individuals who have the short term goal of becoming an assistant golf course superintendent and eventually a golf course superintendent. The qualities we value are a good work ethic, a keen eye with attention to detail, eagerness to learn, and willing to work overtime when necessary to provide our membership with the best quality product possible. Our internships will be specifically tailored to the individuals' needs based on past experience and what they desire to focus on while interning. Interns will be encouraged to obtain a Vermont State Pesticide applicators license while here and will become an integral part of our plant protectant applications program. In addition, interns will have some crew scheduling and leadership opportunities along with daily course set up & scouting, hand watering, irrigation repairs, project work, equipment operation, etc. Interns leave with a well rounded exposure to all facets of turfgrass management and successful interns are strongly considered for future employment opportunities that may arise along with being offered help in achieving their future career objectives. We have many former interns who have gone on to very successful careers in the Golf course maintenance industry.
- $19.00/hr to start ($.50 increase upon obtaining Pesticide license).
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By Pine Canyon Club, - updated Monday at 01:23 PM - Flagstaff, Arizona
Pine Canyon Club, 2023 Internships Come work and play in one of America's great mountain cities, Flagstaff, Arizona. Pine Canyon Club is a private 600 acre residential and golf community with multiple member offerings. Designed by Jay Morrish in 2002, the club is busy working on numerous improvement projects including the installation of a new irrigation system in fall of 2023. We are looking to fill two positions for the 2023 season with individuals who are passionate about golf and enjoy working in a fun, team oriented environment. Interns at Pine Canyon will be exposed to all aspects of managing a high end golf facility. You will work closely with the Director of Agronomy, Assistant Superintendents and an amazing core staff that works and plays together in one of the best places in the world to do so. You will go through a series of work / training sessions as we build up toward the end of the season where you will be responsible for running the operation for one full week. Training sessions include golf course set up, irrigation management and handwatering, fertilizer and spray applications, staff and inter-departmental communications, equipment set up and troubleshooting, weekly planning, budgeting, resume writing and mock interviews and networking with industry professionals. Once you finish your time here, you will have a solid foundation in all aspects of the maintenance operations and will know just what it takes to make the jump to Assistant and eventually Superintendent. We value a solid work / life balance and you will have time to explore the amazing natural beauty of nearby areas such as the Grand Canyon, Sedona and Scottsdale AZ. The game of golf and the playability of the course is first in our minds in all we do. You will be encouraged to play golf here and at local facilities during your internship. Life is better at 7000ft!
- $18 to $19 per hour
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By Interlachen Country Club, - updated Monday at 12:50 PM - Edina, Minnesota
Golf Course and Grounds Intern Interlachen Country Club (ICC) is accepting resumes for the position of Golf Course and Grounds Intern. The Golf Course and Grounds Intern will play a vital role on our Grounds Team by learning and focusing on golf course maintenance, pesticide application, and understanding the operation of the ICC Grounds Department. We believe in serving from the heart. We are looking for teammates who embody our values of Honesty, Enthusiasm, Anticipation, Respect, and Teamwork. Our work environment is purpose driven, fast-paced, and focused on exceeding expectations. Our communication's team has put together a great resource and video to learn more about the internship and apply. Click on the following link. https://cutt.ly/8CqNvUK What you should know about us: Established in 1909, ICC is recognized among the preeminent private, family country clubs in the nation. The Club’s Donald Ross golf course, most recently ranked #59 on Golf Digest’s List of Top 100 Courses in America, has played host to several national and international championships. We are excited to continue our strong internship program at Interlachen Country Club for the 2023 season. Unique for this season, the club will complete a golf course renovation to our more than 100-year-old Donald Ross golf course under the direction of Golf Course Architect Andrew Green. The renovation will include installation of USGA modified depth rootzone greens, non-selective removal of existing fairways and re-seed, complete bunker renovation, tee construction with drainage, as well as extensive improvements to the course drainage systems throughout the playing areas. We are excited to share this experience with our upcoming interns and know that they will play a vital role in the successful renovation of the course. Our renovation partners include: • Andrew Green (Golf Course Architect) • McDonald and Sons (General Construction) • Landscapes Unlimited (Irrigation) Internships will include many facets of the renovation, however education opportunities will be tailored to each person’s goals and experience, creating a truly personalized learning opportunity. The goal of our internship program is to challenge each intern to grow both as a person and as a professional. Upon completion of the internship program, interns will be prepared to advance to the next step in their career. Students who have previously completed the internship program have gone on to hold top tier positions throughout the country, as well as management positions within our own team. The most successful candidates will be motivated, self-starters looking to grow in the golf course and grounds industry. Renovation Experience: The internship in 2023 will be focused on the renovation project. This is a great opportunity for an individual interested in gaining construction experience. The proposed renovation will run from early 2023 to early 2024 with every major feature of the golf course being enhanced. Interns will gain experience by not only working on a large-scale construction project with a world-class architect and Club, but will also learn project management while working with outside contractors. During the construction project, interns will experience a variety of different things that they would otherwise not experience on a daily basis elsewhere indlucing: Irrigation renovation and installation Elimination of fine turf surfaces before seeding Seeding and growing in of greens and fairways Project management Large-scale drainage projects New landscape prep and install
- $17 to $18 per hour
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org or Director of Agronomy Hunter Salts at email@example.com.
- 15$/hr + OT and Housing
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By Country Club of Detroit, - updated Monday at 11:20 AM - Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan
The Country Club of Detroit is a HS Colt/CH Allison original design from 1912 that has played host to (2) US Amateur Championships, and has recently successfully hosted the 2021 US Senior Amateur Championship. The most recent architectural imprint on the property today is with Renaissance Design, who completed a large scale renovation in 2010-2011 with complete reconstruction of all greens & tees, as well as regrassing of fairways & renovating bunkers. A large scale tree management program was initiated at this time as well. Their design has brought back many design parameters with a ground game golf course. There have been recent upgrades as well with green side bunker removals on 4 holes and the incorporation of 2+ acres of bentgrass bailouts for extended playability options. The Country Club of Detroit, or CCD as it is known to our membership & staff, sits northeast of Downtown Detroit in the vibrant, exclusive suburb of Grosse Pointe Farms. The Championship Course currently sits within the top 200 classical courses in America, per Golfweek. Seasonal Interns can expect to be a part of a staff of 30+ people during the peak summer months. Time frames for duration of the Internship are variable, and flexible for each candidate. In this time here at CCD, our management will work in conjunction with Interns to prepare each individual for their next career step, and place them in leadership positions at courses around the country within our network, or, if available, full time employment here at CCD. WE PRIDE OURSELVES ON PUSHING EACH INDIVIDUAL PAST THE IR COMFORT ZONE TO PREPARE THEM FOR THEIR NEXT CAREER STEP! Some of the items Seasonal Interns will be involved with/leading are: IPM strategies - integration into making applications, and decision making for strategies. Staff management - Interns will be responsible for an entire week of scheduling, delegation, and full management of our entire team in the middle of the season Greens Committee Meeting Involvement - Interns will be expected to be at each Committee Meeting to learn to the political/communication side of our operation, as well as be expected to give a short presentation to the Greens Committee in regards to their experiences here at CCD. Small project management & team leading Construction project work: Bunker reconstructing Fairway expansions Drainage installation Irrigation expansion work Irrigation repair & auditing PGA Tour Volunteer Experience (Rocket Mortgage Classic at Detroit Golf Club)
- $17/HR + OT + FREE Housing
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By Nantucket Golf Club, - updated Monday at 09:26 AM - Nantucket, Massachusetts
Nantucket Golf Club is a private and very exclusive golf club located on an island 30 miles from Cape Cod. Nantucket has been continuously ranked as the ‘best island’ and ‘top island’ of the US and World. It is a unique and beautiful place to spend a summer. The course was designed by Rees Jones and was named ‘Best New Private Golf Course by Golf Digest. We recently received a new fleet of equipment ranging from sprayers, reel and rotary mowers, aeration equipment, and golf carts. This is a great opportunity to work with the newest and best equipment in the industry. We continually improve the course through capital projects. Upcoming projects include bunker renovations in the fall of 2023 and irrigation replacement in 2024. This is a great opportunity for the right student to experience state of the art golf course management practices, facilities, and construction and project management. Our goal is for every intern to be prepared for an assistant’s position after completing an internship at our club. We provide a positive working environment and provide the necessary instruction for learning. The opportunity for advancement to an assistant’s position at the club is available for the right candidate.
- $23 to $23 per hour
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By Biltmore Forest Country Club, - updated September 23 - Asheville, North Carolina
Biltmore Forest Country Club was founded in 1922 and is a Top 100 Platinum Club and is ranked 115 of Golf Week's Top 200 Classic Courses. The Donald Ross golf course has a championship history including the Western Amateur, Land of the Sky Open, 1999 U.S. Women's Amateur, 2013 US Women's Mid-amateur and the 2025 US Senior Amateur. The membership consists of local/regional and National members. In 2015 the club completed a golf course restoration which included Better Billy Bunkers, A1 USGA greens, Zeon Zoysia tees and fairways and a new Toro irrigation system with Lynx. The Club built a new, state of the art maintenance building and often has scheduled improvement projects throughout the course.
- $14 to $14 per hour
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By Country Club of Darien, - Darien, Connecticut
The Country Club of Darien is located 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 club is scheduled to rebuild our practice facility and install a new 2-wire irrigation system and pump house in 2023. Country Club of Darien is looking for a motivated individual to join our Turf Management team. Individuals will work closely with the Superintendent and Assistants to present the finest conditioned golf course to the membership and guests daily. The summer internship position will prepare the individual for the next stages of their careers. Daily tasks include fertilizer and plant protectant applications, water management, irrigation/drainage repair, and course set-up. This position will also provide a great opportunity to be an active part of golf course construction.
- $18/HR + overtime and free housing
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By Farm Neck Golf Club, - updated September 23 - Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts
Farm Neck Golf Club is a semi-private golf club set in Oak Bluffs on the island of Martha’s Vineyard. The club was founded in 1979 and designed by Geoffrey Cornish. Farm Neck has continually been ranked and considered to be one of the “premiere golf experiences in the Northeast” by Golf Digest, GolfWeek, and various other publications. Farm Neck is a unique club where the membership allows the public full access to experience the golf course, facilities, and property it sits on. The club encourages a “non-exclusive” atmosphere for all to enjoy. Whether you are a former president, celebrity, professional athlete, local plumber, or new to the game all are welcome here. At Farm Neck instead of a top-down approach we are more circular in our management style. We have built a culture to encourage involvement from all of our team members. This further increases the teamwork between our staff members and efficiency of the operation. Daily meetings are held between the Superintendent, Assistants, Interns, and other managerial staff to discuss key take aways from the day and strategies to accomplish our weekly goals. Responsibilities Intern can expect to perform and learn: Operation of all equipment Irrigation troubleshooting Designing and setting irrigation cycles Moisture management Pest identification and monitoring Sprayer and spreader calibration Building a spray program Implementing cultural practice programs (Verticutting, Topdressing, Aeration, etc.) Leading small projects Equipment repair and maintenance with Head Equipment Technician Staff job assignments and leading operation for a week How to provide high end championship conditions while balancing 250+ rounds per day during the peak season In the Fall of 2023, the Club is set to begin a full golf course renovation designed by Jim Urbina. This includes but not limited to new tee boxes, fairway recontouring, new bunkers with Better Billy Bunker Liner, native grass establishment, pond/ocean erosion control, tree clearing, irrigation installation, and greens reconstruction. Intern will be exposed to the coordination and preparation of carrying out a large-scale golf course renovation on an island.
- $18/hr. + Housing
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