- 23Golf Course Superintendent
- 94Assistant Superintendent
- 272nd Assistant Superintendent
- 4Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 23Equipment/Shop Manager
- 34Turf Equipment Technician
- 13Assistant Equipment Technician
- 9Spray Technician
- 23Irrigation Technician
- 2Irrigation Manager
- 2IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 3Sports Turf Manager
- 7Landscape Manager
- 3Landscape Technician
- 6Lawn Care Technician
- 3Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 2Crew Foreman
- 15Grounds Staff
- 89Summer Intern
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 10Sales Representative
- 3Operations Manager
- 1Branch Manager
- 1Lawn Care Manager
- 1Parks Supervisor
- 2Sports Turf Technician
By Old Sandwich Golf Club, - Plymouth, Massachusetts
Old Sandwich Golf Club is a private 18-hole championship golf club located in historic Plymouth, Massachusetts. Old Sandwich Golf Club was designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, and modeled after classic golf architecture, with attention and emphasis placed on golf in a natural setting. Old Sandwich Golf Club opened for play in 2004 and is currently ranked in the top 100. The golf course has fine fescue/colonial bentgrass fairways with fine fescue rough. The greens and tees have been seeded to a mixture of bentgrasses. Interns will be actively involved in all facets of maintaining the golf course, including, but not limited to, course set up, spraying, fertilizing, irrigation repair, syringing, mowing, and other daily golf course operations. Old Sandwich Golf Club will provide an excellent opportunity for learning and developing skills in the high end private sector of golf course maintenance. Interns should be prepared to work overtime and be an integral part of the maintenance staff.
- $14-$15 / hour plus overtime
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By Windsong Farm Golf Club, - Independence, Minnesota
Located 30 Miles West of the twin cities, Windsong Farm Golf Club is a private 18-hole golf facility that was opened in 2003. It was designed by John Fought and Tom Lehman and has Penn A-4 greens and Dominant Extreme bentgrass tees and fairways. The Club recently completed a Range renovation which included; construction and grassing of Five USGA putting greens, grading and grassing of three acres of range tee and short game area. Windsong Farm is the host site of the 2020 Trans-Mississippi Amateur Championship taking place July 6th through July 10th. The TMGA is providing Windsong a $7500 grant to be given to a turfgrass intern at the completion of their Internship for the 2020 golf season. Along with hosting the Trans Miss we are also the host club of the 2020 gopher invitational taking place in September 2020.
- $14-$15 +OT, free housing, Scholarship Opportunity
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By Boot Ranch, - Fredericksburg, Texas
Boot Ranch is a Hal Sutton design, located in Fredericksburg the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The property consists of an 18-hole top ranked golf course, 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. 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, and spraying, record keeping/recording data and water management. As an intern you will work closely with the superintendent, senior assistant, assistant, mechanic and a year-round crew of approximately 18.
- 14 per/hr w/ overtime, housing & every other weekend off
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By Pasatiempo Golf Club, - Santa Cruz, California
Established in 1929 by Marion Hollins and designed by Dr. Alister MacKenzie, Pasatiempo Golf Club is considered one of the best semi-private golf courses in the country. Nestled at the base of the Santa Cruz mountains, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Pasatiempo is located in one of the most desirable areas in California for recreation.
- 17/hr + OT
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By Atlanta Athletic Club, - Johns Creek, Georgia
Atlanta Athletic Club is a private 36 hole course, located 25 miles North of Atlanta. The club has played host to multiple PGA events and most recently hosted the 2017 Palmer Cup. In 2016, the Highlands received a complete course renovation by Rees Jones. The Riverside Course continues to carry out in house projects to keep up with the club's standards. Atlanta Athletic Club has an agronomy internship blog: https://aacagronomy.blogspot.com/
- 10 hourly + OT with On Site Housing
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By Prairie Dunes CC, - Hutchinson, Kansas
Looking to fill multiple internship positions. Prairie Dunes is a Perry and Press Maxwell designed course; it has been consistently ranked one of the top golf courses in America. In 2014, Golf Digest ranked Prairie Dunes Country Club in the top 25 Greatest Golf Courses in America. In recent years we have hosted the Big 12 Men’s Championship, the Trans-Miss Amateur Championship, the 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship, the 2006 Men’s Senior Open Championship, and the 2002 Women’s U.S. Open Championship.
- $9-10/hr + OT +On Site Housing + SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE UPON COMPLETION OF INTERNSHIP
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By Essex County Club, - Manchester-by-the-sea, Massachusetts
Interns will experience all aspects of golf course maintenance. Tasks include course set-up, mowing, irrigation, water management, crew management, fertilizer applications/calibrations, spray techniques, and aeration practices. We are seeking students that have a good attitude, are highly motivated, responsible, willing to learn, and have a great work ethic. Essex County Club consists of an 18 hole golf course, practice facility, eleven grass tennis courts, and ten clay tennis courts. Essex County Club opened in 1893. A delay in the 1893 U.S. mail prevented Essex from becoming one of the five charter members of the USGA (Essex admitted 6th). In 1917, Essex expanded to 18 holes when Donald Ross finished his work. Essex has and will continue to host USGA, MGA, and USTA events.
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By Vineyard Golf Club - Turf, - Edgartown, Massachusetts
Vineyard Golf Club is an all organic golf course that opened in 2002. In 2015, Vineyard Golf Club was awarded "Best New Private Course" through GOLF Magazine, after a complete renovation by Gil Hanse and his team. VGC is ranked in the top 100 on "Top 100 Golf Courses" along with the 15th ranking in the Golf Digest state rankings for Massachusetts. We recently moved into the the Top 10 vote in Best of Massachusetts Private club by New England Golf. We have an exclusive, private membership that takes pride in how we manage our grounds. We continuously set goals high and reach them while maintaining turfgrass in an organic, sustainable way. As an intern, you will be a core member of our team. He or she will be exposed to all aspects of what it takes to maintain a high-end golf club under strict and unique management practices. He or she can expect to work alongside the Assistant Superintendents, and the rest of the crew to complete the daily plan. He or she, will gain exposure to water management, equipment operation, topdressing, and irrigation repairs. The industry is trending towards stricter pesticide restrictions. Intern’s at Vineyard Golf Club are provided with a great learning experience of how to provide elite playing conditions under strict regulations.
- $16-$17 plus OT
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By Old York Road Country Club, - Ambler, Pennsylvania
Old York Road is a private country club located in Ambler, Pennsylvania which is 20 miles north of center city Philadelphia. The Road was designed by William Gordon, who is a prominently known architect that worked under William Flynn, Donald Ross , Willy Park Jr. and Devereux Emmet early on in his career. Green surfaces are predominantly poa annua modified push up. We have two USGA spec, A1-A4 Bentgrass greens. Tees and fairways consist of poa annua, bent and ryegrass. Old York Road hosts approximately 19-20,000 rounds annually. We are currently looking to hire Interns for the 2020 season. Interns will be involved in all facets of golf course maintenance that consist of the following: Hand watering, with an emphasis on greens Learning to maintain turfgrass at a high level, with an emphasis on firm and fast playing surfaces Mowing Installation and repair of drainage Irrigation repair and maintenance Spraying and fertilizing of all playing surfaces Bunker maintenance Leading small crews Interns will work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents on a daily basis. Our goal is to provide you with the knowledge and skills that will allow you to excel at the next step in your career.
- $15-$17 hourly with ample OT. Housing on-site
- 426 views
By Shoreacres, - Lake Bluff, Illinois
Shoreacres is located in Lake Bluff, Illinois, and is widely recognized as one of the Midwest’s premier private clubs. The golf course is a 1916 Seth Raynor design, which is characterized by its distinct template holes and deep ravines. It is currently ranked at number 55 on Golf Digest’s ‘Top 100’ list, while also being ranked inside the top 25 for conditioning. We are currently looking to hire Interns for the 2020 season. Interns will be involved in all facets of golf course maintenance over the course of their time at Shoreacres, including; · Hand watering, with an emphasis on greens · Learning to maintain turfgrass at a high level, with an emphasis on firm and fast playing surfaces · Installation and repair of drainage · Involvement with budgeting and resume workshops · Irrigation repair and maintenance · Spraying and fertilizing of all playing surfaces · Meet with sales representatives and consultants · Leading small crews · Scheduling and leading all staff members for one week during peak-season · Volunteer at an off-site tournament Interns will work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents 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, irrigation scheduling and management strategies. We strive to provide you with an in-depth knowledge of the entire golf course maintenance operation at Shoreacres. Shoreacres is a dynamic club that combines aspects of a country club and a golf club. You will experience aspects of a country club operation, such as corporate outings, tennis, weddings and other functions. All the while, the golf course is expected to be maintained to a standard comparable to the best clubs in the country. This duality will allow interns to develop skills other than those strictly pertaining to golf course maintenance, and succeed at a wide variety of clubs going forward. The management team at Shoreacres has previously worked at clubs across the United States, such as; Chicago Golf Club, Augusta National, Shinnecock Hills , Baltusrol, Hazeltine National and Merion Golf Club. We are more than willing to use our network to assist with placing individuals at different clubs, at the conclusion of the internship. Free on-site housing is provided. The intern house at Shoreacres is only a two minute walk from a train station that accesses downtown Chicago. Over the course of the summer, we encourage all interns and turf staff to explore the great sights and activities that the Chicagoland area has to offer. We would love to get the chance to talk to you. If you have any questions about Shoreacres, or would like to discuss this internship opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact us via phone or email.
- $11 per hour + OT
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By Warren Golf Course at Notre Dame, - Notre Dame, Indiana
In 2020, the Warren Golf Course at Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana will again be offering a professional internship, for its maintenance team. The Warren Golf Course, host site of the 2019 U.S. Senior Open, is a championship caliber golf course designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. The course is home to the Notre Dame Men’s and Women’s varsity golf teams. The course is a throw-back to minimalistic, traditional golf course design that is highly maintained yet a little rough around the edges. The intern position is an important part of our team and will not be pushing a bunker rake all day every day, nor will they be hosing greens until they can hose no more. Instead, they will gain real skills and be put to the test by management to further their career and education. The selected candidate, will have the opportunity to work with the management team in designing the internship they desire and need to further their experience. Opportunities for on the job and tournament experience at the Warren Golf Course will be substantial. Our internship program has been beneficial to the future of our interns, in the past, and we're willing to provide references to prove it. The intern selected, will work with the superintendent, assistants, and crew on a daily basis, with the expectation of further increasing the intern’s knowledge in all aspects of golf course maintenance and tournament preparations. Experiences you can expect to take part in are fertilizer and pesticide application, course set up, small crew leadership, irrigation repair and installation, small construction projects, exposure to all daily maintenance, i.e., syringing greens, sod work, career advice and direction. This upcoming spring, The Warren Course will again be the host site of an NCAA Golf Championship. In May of 2020, the Women's NCAA regional will be held. Along with tournament experience, the right candidate can also expect to witness and assist in the construction of a new practice putting green and it's grow in process during their internship.
- $14-$15/hour + Overtime
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By Victory Ranch Club, - Kamas, Utah
Victory Ranch Club is seeking motivated individuals to join our team for the 2020 season as golf course interns. Designed by renowned architect Rees Jones, the championship golf course boasts panoramic views of mountain ranges, Jordanelle Reservoir, and the upper Provo River. The course features bentgrass tees, greens, and fairways, with bluegrass rough and fescue secondary rough. Victory Ranch is consistently rated as one of the best golf courses in Utah, and rivals many in the western U.S. As part of a Golf Course Masterplan recently completed by Rees Jones, Inc., we have started phase 1 this fall involving a complete bunker renovation, along with an entire new practice facility. This first phase will continue in spring of 2020 with the end date of July 1, 2020 for completion. Interns will be heavily involved in this renovation, which will include grow-in of the new practice tees and two new greens. Other duties relating to the renovation will include sod work, irrigation, hand watering, product applications, and topdressing. Interns will have the opportunity to oversee the grow-in and ongoing maintenance program of the new practice facility/short game area throughout the season under the superintendents supervision. Other duties expected during internship include hand watering, irrigation audit, equipment operation, chemical and fertility applications, aerification practices, moisture management, and leading small crews and projects. Our goal is to establish or build upon a foundation to propel interns into the next phase of their career, being heavily involved in not only the tasks at hand but the thought process that goes into them. Interns will be an integral part of our management team's planning and execution of what goes into making our course the best around. Park City is highly regarded as a mecca for outdoor recreational opportunities, boasting world class fishing, skiing, hiking, biking, and water activities. With numerous state and national parks at our doorstep, interns will have the opportunity to enjoy all Utah has to offer during their time at Victory Ranch. Interns will be expected and encouraged to establish a proper balance of work and recreation.
- $16-18 per hour plus OT
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By Rolling Green Golf Club, - Springfield, Pennsylvania
RGGC is committed to developing the next generation of Golf Course Superintendents. We offer interns a customized experience centered around professional development and growth. Students 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 expected to work a schedule similar to the Assistant Superintendents (50-60 hrs/week w/ 1 day off). Rolling Green Golf Club is a 1926, William Flynn designed, private golf club located in the western suburbs of Philadelphia. This is a pure golf club and the membership is committed to top quality conditioning. The club hosted the 2016 USGA Women's Amateur Championship and the 1976 USGA Women's Open Championship. RG is currently finalizing a Master Plan for restoration and club improvements, making it an exciting time to join our team. Follow us on twitter @rggc1926 to learn more about the club and our operation.
- 15.00/HR + OT
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By Bulls Bridge Golf Club, - S. Kent, Connecticut
The Bull's Bridge Golf Club is a private 18-hole facility designed by Tom Fazio and opened in 2003. Due to recent investments and the members commitment to enhancing daily conditions our Golf Digest ranking improved this past year! We are now ranked 6th in Connecticut. Your day to day duties and responsibilities will often mirror those of an assistant superintendent. We will challenge, teach, and mentor you to succeed in a fast paced, competitive work environment. You will leave with the confidence to pursue your next step, with an expert knowledge of Bentgrass playing surface management. After completion of internship, successful interns will be prepared for promotion within our organization, placement at a southern course for the winter months, or guided through the application process for management positions outside of our organization following completion of school. This is a great opportunity to invest in your career at a beautiful, world class, private, Fazio-designed golf property. We are located in the quintessential New England town of Kent, CT, just 90 minutes north of metro NYC. This unique location allows for enjoyment of the many natural resources, quaint shops and restaurants of Litchfield County, while being within easy driving/rail distance of all that the Met area offers. See course insights on Twitter: @SHicksGCS Brochure available by request
- $15 per hour + overtime. depending on housing needs
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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. In the fall of 2020 this project will continue into its final phase. The work to be completed includes moving and rebuilding 7 putting greens on the golf course, adding Better Billy Bunker liner to all golf course bunkers, moving a handful of tee boxes, as well as improving our practice facility with a new fairway and target greens. Any intern with the ability to work into the fall of this season will be rewarded with an abundance of practical construction, agronomic, and irrigation knowledge. Compensation $14-15/hr. + Overtime End-of-season bonus Housing Uniforms Meals Golf Privileges
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By Wannamoisett Country Club, - Rumford, Rhode Island
Wannamoisett Country Club is a classic Donald Ross designed course and has been ranked as one of the Top 50 courses in the nation by Golf Magazine, Golf Week, and Golf Digest. Wannamoisett hosted the PGA Championship in 1931 and welcomes the world's best amateur golfers to our annual Northeast Amateur Invitational Tournament. At Wannamoisett we pride ourselves on providing our interns with an experience that will prepare them to advance in the industry. Interns will gain valuable experience in moisture management, chemical application, crew management, irrigation repair/troubleshooting, and intensive cultural practices. During their duration at Wannamoisett interns will work closely with the assistants and superintendent learning all aspects over course management and will be exposed to what it takes to successfully manage championship conditions throughout the season. Our number one goal of our internship program is to provide the student with the knowledge and ability to successfully transition into an assistant position upon graduation. Our past interns have moved onto assistant positions at highly ranked courses throughout the nation and also have been promoted from within and have had successful careers at Wannamoisett Country Club. We will provide interns with all the tools necessary to move up in the turfgrass industry.
- $13/hr plus overtime
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By Hermitage Country Club, - Manakin Sabot, Virginia
Hermitage Country Club is a 36 hole private club formed in 1900. It is located on the west end of Richmond, about 30 minutes from downtown. The course is situated in a rural area yet services urban clientele. Bentgrass greens, bermudagrass tees, fairways, and roughs summarize the playing surfaces on property. A complete re-grassing was recently finished on the Manakin Course. Cool season turf (save for the greens) was replaced with Latitude36 bermudagrass. The Sabot course is currently undergoing a Bluemuda conversion and a full irrigation system renovation is being planned. Duties will involve all aspects of Golf Course Management. Specifically, this will include water management responsibilities, fertilizer and pesticide calibration and application, and all other aspects of turfgrass care including mowing, grooming, verticutting, topdressing, rolling and aerifying. Interns will also be involved in IPM strategies along with crew management and team building. An internship project will be self-created and accomplished during the allotted internship period and at least one week will be spent with the equipment manager team. Interns are required to attend all manager meetings in the morning and will have responsibilities pertaining to happenings on the golf course. This will NOT be an exercise in weedeating and handwatering until 9:00 pm. Please explore the club website as well as the Green Department Blog and review our intern brochure here.
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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 be highly organized and efficient with a high attention to detail Must have exceptional communication and interpersonal skills Must possess strong analytical and problem-solving 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 Additional informational Packet - Pikewood National Internship Packet
- $12 -$13/HR + OT plus Free Housing
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By Wakonda Club, - Des Moines, Iowa
Established in 1922, the Wakonda Club is a classic, private 18-hole golf course in Des Moines, Iowa. Positioned south of the downtown district, the William Langford designed course sits on 140 Acres. The longest tees play 6,959 yards with pure A1/A4 bentgrass greens, Penncross bentgrass tees, and Penneagle bentgrass fairways. The large sloping fairways and quick greens make this golf course a true challenge. As the home of the PGA TOUR Champions, Principal Charity Classic future turf professionals will be introduced to the preparations and organization of a PGA TOUR event. Interns will work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistants on daily course operations and projects that take place throughout the season. Full insight into all golf course maintenance practices including, but not limited to: Moisture management of greens, tees, and fairways Pesticide and fertilizer applications Course set up Project management Cultural practices Mowing practices Irrigation system Equipment operations This is a great opportunity for students with any level of experience to advance within the industry and build a network within the Midwest region of the United States. Position is available from April/May until August/September of 2020. For more information visit our website: https://wakondagrounds.wixsite.com/home
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By Oak Hill Country Club, - Rochester, New York
Oak Hill Country Club is a 36-hole facility located in Rochester NY. Both championship courses are designed by storied architect, Donald Ross, and the East Course is consistently ranked as a top 20 course in the country. In 2019, Oak Hill continued its tradition of hosting major championships as the Senior PGA Championship returned to the East Course. One of the greatest venues for championship golf, Oak Hill is scheduled to host the 2023 PGA Championship, and as Tiger Woods puts it, “It’s the hardest, fairest golf course we’ve ever played.” U.S. Amateur (1949, 1998), U.S. Open (1956, 1968, 1989), U.S. Senior Open (1984), PGA Championship (1980, 2003, 2013, 2023), Senior PGA Championship (2008, 2019), Ryder Cup (1995) Oak Hill is currently undergoing an extensive restoration project led by architect Andrew Green, and is scheduled to reopen in May 2020. This project includes the rebuilding of all greens and bunkers on the East Course as well as various other course improvement projects. An Intern at Oak Hill will be trained in all aspects of golf course management, with a focus on water management, chemical and fertilizer application and calibration, irrigation troubleshooting, and tournament preparation. At Oak Hill, there is a strong emphasis on promoting from within, and placing interns into assistant roles. In the past 16 years Oak Hill has placed 8 assistants into superintendent roles. Oakland Hills Country Club, Wannamoisett Country Club, Canterbury Golf Club, Greenwich Country Club, Roaring Fork Club, Brookside Country Club, Golf Club of Avon, Nashawtuc Country Club
- $13 + OT and Free Housing
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By Bob O'Link Golf Club, - Highland Park, Illinois
Originally designed by Donald Ross on 120 acres, the course was rebuilt in 1924 after the purchase of the 40 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 the additional land. Though renovated at times, the Alison design has served as the foundation of the course since re-opening on July 4th 1925. In 2015, the members of Bob O’Link courageously passed the Centennial Initiative Project. This was the largest undertaking since Alison redesigned the Ross course in 1924. It can best be described as an architectural restoration that is sympathetic to the modern golfer and includes state of the art infrastructure. 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. Starting in 2018, the club began a renovation of its practice facility and short game area that will be completed in summer of 2019. Also, the Bob O’Link Agronomy Department has begun looking into the potential for a new agronomy facility on property. We believe there is much to gain for people from all experience levels. Past interns have joined us with zero experience and quickly grew to vital roles in our team. Our department objective is to produce one of the top conditioned golf courses in the country and exceed our Members’ expectations.
- $14/Hour w/housing included
- 1,850 views
By Salem Country Club, - Peabody, Massachusetts
Salem Country Club is a 18-hole private golf course founded in 1895, designed by Donald Ross. It has been the host of two United States Senior Opens, two United States Women’s Opens, United States Senior Amateur, and a United States Women’s Amateur. Salem Country Club is located 30 minutes north of Boston. Interns will work closely with Assistants to plan, direct, supervise and inspect all aspects of golf course maintenance. The ideal candidate must be highly motivated, reliable and willing to work overtime. Must have a strong attention to detail and be passionate about the golf course maintenance industry. Interns will learn and participate in: Golf course set up and tournament preparation Apply all pesticide and fertilizer applications. Maintain proper and complete records and schedules. Participate in daily supervision of mowing, and bunker maintenance. Irrigation and drainage trouble shooting and repair Crew leadership Water management on greens, tees, fairways, and rough
- $15/hour + OT
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By Colleton River Club, - Bluffton, South Carolina
1,500 acre private gated community offering a rare opportunity to work on not one, but two championship level golf courses. Facilities hosting qualifiers for both the US Amateur and US Open in 2019. Club located just off Hilton Head Island. Interns will be exposed to all levels of golf course operations, maintenance, and ultra dwarf bermuda greens management. Position requires daily interaction with department directors and course superintendents.
- 12.00-13.50/hr + OT
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By Myopia Hunt Club, - South Hamilton, Massachusetts
Located 30 minutes north of Boston, Myopia Hunt Club was formed in 1875. Designed by Herbert Leeds the U.S. Open has been held four times at the club. Along with golf and tennis Myopia has the oldest continually running polo fields in the country and an active equestrian program. Myopia Hunt Club is currently ranked 76th in Golf Digests top 100 golf courses in the United States. Primary focus of the internship is to assist the student in career development. Interns will work closely with our management team to become proficient in daily course preparation, agronomic practices, irrigation repair and maintenance, chemical/fertilizer calibration and application, record keeping, hand watering and water management. Successful interns will have an opportunity for post-graduate advancement within the company.
- $15 Hr + OT, Housing, Meals
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By The Camargo Club, - Cincinnati, Ohio
The Camargo Club is a Seth Raynor design built in 1925, and is a Top 100 ranked course both nationally and internationally. We are looking for a person with a strong work ethic and desire to advance within the industry to work alongside the assistant superintendents and superintendent. Must have professional attitude, good communication skills, and the ability to work well with others. Interns will be taught how to calibrate and apply both liquid and granular fertilizers and pesticides, as well as proper record keeping. Interns will learn proper moisture management and its impact upon an IPM program. Additionally, interns will lead small crews and learn how to maintain and repair irrigation systems.
- $14/ Hour
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Resumes are free for everyone. You must first register for an account so you can edit or delete your resume in the future.