- 63Golf Course Superintendent
- 3Superintendent/General Manager
- 181Assistant Superintendent
- 312nd Assistant Superintendent
- 3Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 40Equipment/Shop Manager
- 37Turf Equipment Technician
- 9Assistant Equipment Technician
- 19Spray/Applications Technician
- 15Irrigation Technician
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 4Sports Turf Manager
- 2Sports Turf Technician
- 4Landscape Technician
- 3Lawn Care Manager
- 10Lawn Care Technician
- 3Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 2Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 1Crew Foreman
- 2Equipment Operator
- 14Grounds Staff
- 57Seasonal Intern
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 14Sales Representative
- 4Sales Manager
- 3Operations Manager
- 2Branch Manager
- 2Sod Farm Manager
- 1Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
- 1Executive Director
By Yellowstone Club, - updated 11 hours ago - Big Sky, Montana
Yellowstone Club is the worlds only private, members only ski and golf community. The Tom Weiskopf design, 18 hole golf course offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and landscape. This seasonal internship will expose a motivated individual to all facets of golf course management encountered at a private club in the Rocky Mountains. Sitting at nearly 8,000’, the Yellowstone Club offers the Intern the experiences required to maintain cool-season turf to high standards in a short growing season. The Student Intern works closely with the Director of Agronomy, Superintendent, and assistants, actively participating in a variety of agronomic practices essential in preparing for a career in the Golf Course Management industry. There is also opportunity to gain construction experience as the club continues its 6- year renovation master plan including green, tee, bunker, and irrigation system replacement. The Intern must be a self-starter, willing to work a flexible schedule including early mornings, weekends, holidays and diverse tournament schedules. While overtime is always offered, Yellowstone Club strives for a work-life balance, offering two days off per week throughout the internship. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Assist in routine agronomic practices in the upkeep of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, bunkers, ponds, streams and related structures. Proficient on a variety of equipment with the ability to properly demonstrate equipment use to co-workers. • Monitor soil conditions using TDR or POGO sensors, hand-watering as needed. • Perform sprayer and spreader calibration and application of fertilizers and pesticides. • Maintain application records related to the use of chemicals on the course, while tracking chemical inventories. • Daily course set-up and club tournament preparations. • Constant monitoring of the turfgrass systems during the growing season, ensuring the proper water, nutrient, and disease prevention levels. • Project coordination and crew leadership on a variety of tasks associated with assigned golf holes. • Other duties as assigned. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Works closely with the seasonal maintenance staff, ensuring proper and safe use of maintenance facility and equipment, and will occasionally supervise a small team for specific projects especially on assigned holes.
- $20 to $20 per hour
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By Collegiate Peaks GC, - updated Friday at 08:05 PM - Buena Vista, Colorado
Collegiate Peaks GC is a great hidden 9 hole gem located in Buena Vista, CO. An outdoor enthusiasts dream, Buena vista is filled with everything you could imagine doing with your free time in the outdoors, world renown river sports, great hiking, mountain biking etc. come spend your internship in a town where you can enjoy a comfortable work life balance and take in all that is around you.. An internship at Collegiate Peaks will be a great opportunity for interns to get a practical, hands-on learning experience in all golf course maintenance operations. This Internship will allow you to gain the skills necessary to take the next step within the golf course industry, or any other turf management position. Interns will be introduced to all aspects of golf course maintenance, including but not limited to: Irrigation scheduling and maintenance, calibration and proper spray application techniques, equipment operation/maintenance, water management, agronomic planning, tournament setup, crew management strategy’s, etc.
- $18 to $20 per hour
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By Ocean Reef Club, - updated Friday at 04:44 PM - Key Largo, Florida
ONE SPOT LEFT FOR SUMMER 2024 Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, FL is currently seeking interns for 2024. ORC is a private members only facility located across 2000+ acres on the northern end of Key Largo. We are proud to be a Five Star Platinum Club, currently ranked #8 in the world. Club amenities include two 18 hole championship golf courses, a fitness center/spa, 10+ on property restaurants, a 175 slip marina, and a private members only airport. ORC interns are expected to become core members of our maintenance team. Interns with a strong work ethic, positive attitude, and a willingness to learn will gain vital experience in managing two championship golf courses. This internship program is focused on getting each intern ready to make the transition to a full time assistant position. All of the superintendents here at ORC take great pride in this program, and are here to help you take that next step. While here, each intern will be involved in every aspect of golf course maintenance, with particular emphasis on the following areas: Chemical/Fertilizer application and calibration Moisture Management Irrigation trouble shooting and maintenance Warm season turf cultural practices A note to any international applicants. Unfortunately we can not help with your work visa. Please apply after acquiring your visa/work permit.
- $16 to $16 per hour
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By The Union League National Golf Club, - Swainton, New Jersey
The Union League of Philadelphia and PGA WEST are teaming up to provide a once in a lifetime opportunity to fast track the agronomic learning experience in a unique, 1-year program called "Turf Across America". The program will involve working for 6-months in two unique locations (NJ and CA), each focusing on exposing participants to a wide array of turfgrass experiences. As an added bonus to the program, the travel between NJ and CA will involve touring several top facilities across America, making a podcast about your trip, and publishing an article about your experience with Guy Cipriano from GCI Magazine when finished. The program will include: 5/2024-10/2024: Union League Experience All facets of Golf Course Maintenance Involvement in planning and construction of new pumphouse and maintenance facility Learn agronomics and maintenance principals on native sandy soils Full involvement in chemical planning and application Full course moisture management Irrigation troubleshooting and programming education from Herb Phillips, one of the best irrigation techs in the country Gain aptitude in all cultural practices ( aerification, topdressing, etc.) Tournament volunteer experience Time in the shop with the equipment technicians to understand how to ensure quality of cut is perfect daily Trips to the other two Union League golf courses to network and learn different methods Turf Across America Drive from NJ to CA and experience course tours / stays at these clubs: The Country Club Cleveland, Ohio Golf Course Industry Magazine Headquarters Cleveland, Ohio Chicago Golf Club Wheaton, IL Sand Hills Golf Club Mullen, NE Castle Pines Golf Club Castle Rock, CO Shadow Creek Golf Course Las Vegas, NV Between each stop, Golf Course Industry will do a podcast so you can talk about your experience and the sponsorship dollars are yours to spend on your trip. 11/1/24 – 3/1/25: PGA WEST EXPERIENCE https://www.pgawest.com/ Warm and cool season turf Fall overseed / Spring transition PGA Tour event: American Express (January 2024). https://www.theamexgolf.com/ Resort course experience Public courses experience Private course experience Multi-course operation Construction / renovation projects Irrigation renovations and upgrades Management company experience (Century Golf Partners) Upon successful completion of the program, the candidates may have opportunities to continue employment with either of the companies at locations throughout the U.S. and you will have networked with over 40+ turf professionals along the way. Compensation & Benefits Hourly wage: $17-$18 Housing Included Uniforms Some travel from NJ to CA covered Golfing Privileges Career development mentoring Participation in the Northern California Assistants Bootcamp Seminar Education Requirements Actively seeking enrollment, currently enrolled, or a graduate of a Turfgrass Management certificate program or Turfgrass Science associates or bachelor’s degree or related field ABOUT THE UNION LEAGUE Union League National Golf Club is seeking a committed individual to become an integral part of daily operations at the club. Candidates will experience an unmatched workplace culture and gain a bank of knowledge and industry connections that will bode well going forward in their careers. Located just two miles from the beaches of Avalon, New Jersey, ULN is a subsidiary golf club of the Union League of Philadelphia. The Union League as a whole is the #1 City Club in America and boasts over 4,000 members from across the United States. National is a newly reimagined 27 hole renovation by Dana Fry and Jason Straka located in Swainton, New Jersey, completed Summer of 2022. The Master Plan will include a 10 hole short course, new practice facilities including Trackman Range and half-acre putting course as well as irrigation pond extension, construction of new maintenance facility, pumphouse, and clubhouse. “Nothing about Union League National is normal,” said Dana Fry on the project which has included a huge earthmoving effort — more than 1.6 million cubic yards — to create ‘The Big Fill’ at the center of the 268-acre property. Rising 78 feet above the original grade, this huge fill area spreads out in various directions through man-made ridgelines, with plateaus and smaller ridges filtering off. Candidates will also work closely alongside Equipment and Irrigation technicians to gain insight into everyday preventative and reactionary maintenance of mowing equipment as well as the new Toro 2-wire irrigation system and pump house. Individuals who are entering their final year in their educational program may be offered an entry level management position following their time at PGA West. ABOUT PGA WEST Long recognized as the Western Home of Golf in America™, PGA WEST® is a premier Southern California golf destination in La Quinta, California. Set against the beautiful Santa Rosa Mountains and spread over 2,200 acres, this golfer’s paradise features nine iconic championship golf courses, five of which are open to the public, designed by Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Greg Norman, and Tom Weiskopf. Each course offers a distinctive layout and golf experience with multiple tee boxes for varying skill levels. PGA WEST is also home to the famed PGA WEST Golf Academy, immaculate practice facilities, five stunning clubhouses, multiple dining options, as well as a wide array of golf benefits, luxury amenities and social activities for Club Members. Every January, PGA WEST plays host to The American Express™ golf tournament, a highly anticipated PGA TOUR event and two-night live concert series. ABOUT CENTURY GOLF PARTNERS & ARNOLD PALMER GOLF MANAGEMENT OUR HISTORY……. HOW IT ALL BEGAN In 2005, several of the partners came together to realize a long-desired dream and created Century Golf Partners; a golf investment and management company. In the same year, the company also acquired the exclusive worldwide rights to the Arnold Palmer Golf Management brand and accordingly, Century Golf Partners operates many of its clubs under the Arnold Palmer Golf Management name. The initial focus of the company was to assemble a world-class team of highly experienced hospitality and golf industry professionals to acquire and operate country clubs, daily fee golf courses and golf resorts throughout the U.S. With the belief that clubs and golf courses must have a comprehensive strategy and disciplined business approach to be sustainable, the leadership team set out to help clubs and golf courses succeed in communities throughout the country. The plan was executed to perfection, and after acquiring two significant portfolios and several individual clubs, Century Golf Partners became one of the fastest growing companies in club and golf management company history. The Company is led by partners Jim Hinckley, Doug Howe, Ken Story, Greg Adair and our non-executive chair, Peter Ueberroth along with highly experienced Principals and leaders. Several members of the leadership team have worked together for over 25 years and are some of the most qualified professionals in our industry. Collectively, they have operated over 500 golf courses worldwide and hosted some of the most premier events in golf such as the Women’s U.S. Open, the Honda Classic, the Disney Classic, and many more. Today, the Company continues to seek opportunities to expand its portfolio of clubs and has created alliances and affiliations to provide unique and extensive benefits to our Members and Guests through club networks and loyalty club programs. Our Team Members include some of the most innovative and service-committed people in the club and golf business. With a solid foundation, outstanding infrastructure and incredible potential, Century Golf Partners is poised to continue our rapid growth and achieve our vision to be the most sought after business partner in golf. Achieving this vision will allow us to continue to attract and retain the best people, to reinvest and reinvent our clubs when needed, and help improve the communities we live and work in. We will be able to better support our charitable partners which include The First Tee, Folds of Honor and Arnold Palmer’s Hospital for Children. About Arnold Palmer Golf Management Arnold Palmer won 92 professional golf tournaments, including seven majors. His love of the game and hard-charging approach are legendary among those who follow his career. Beyond the magnificent performance record, his magnetic personality, integrity and unfailing sense of kindness to everybody with whom he comes in contact, his humanitarian and charitable efforts have endeared him to millions worldwide. His upstanding character, family values, and humility have truly made him the most trusted name in golf.
- $17 to $18 per hour
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By Interlachen Country Club, - updated Friday at 03:22 PM - Edina, Minnesota
Interlachen Country Club is excited to continue our robust and engaging internship program for the 2024 season! This internship offers free on-site housing, complimentary meals and uniforms, a flexible starting and end date and the opportunity to learn at our recently renovated 18-hole golf course. Located in Edina, Minnesota and just a few miles West of Minneapolis, Interlachen is defined by a renowned Donald Ross golf course, considered to be one of his finest. Recently renovated, in the summer of 2023 by architect, Andrew Green, the course now showcases features of the original blueprints as well as unique features created to both challenge and excite all types of players. Internships will include daily course and grounds maintenance of the newly restored golf course, while understanding the importance of the many agronomical practices we engage in on a daily basis. However, education opportunities will be tailored to each person’s goals and experience, creating a truly personalized and memorable 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 and empowered 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, curious self-starters looking to grow in the golf course and grounds industry. 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. The hard work of ICC Team Members has established us as the top and most prestigious country club in the Midwest. Our very active membership keeps the day-to-day operations of golf, culinary, and athletics offerings inspiring and exciting. Interlachen Country Club has also partnered with The Toro Company to be our official equipment supplier and maintain a fleet that is on the cutting edge of technological innovations. Our team is proud to “Run Red” and utilize the latest tools and equipment to maintain the course. At ICC, we remain focused on our rich tradition of excellence, not only as a private club, but also with the growth and development of our team members. Our work environment is fast-paced, collaborative, flexible, focused on development of our team members, and mission oriented. Interlachen Country Club - 2024 Seasonal Internship Video What you will do: Golf Course Maintenance Implement and execute daily maintenance schedule on championship level course Golf Course Set Up – creating unique layout on a daily basis according to golf course conditions Create practices necessary to maintain championship conditions Lead and motivate small crews and projects Pesticide Application Obtain MN Pesticide Application License Calibrate fertilizer spreader and sprayer Apply pesticides: walking boom and riding sprayer Fertilizer application: walking spreader and tractor spreader Complete tasks and provide thorough record keeping Irrigation System and Repair Basic controller operation: Toro Lynx Satellite operation: Toro Network VP Pipe and irrigation head repair Pump Station Operation: Flowtronics Portable sprinkler set-up and hand watering techniques Understand the entire operation thoroughly, including Turf Management Plan Landscape Management Plan Environmental Program Budgeting Process: Operational and Capital Budgets Golf Maintenance Policies and Procedures What we are looking for: Education & Experience • Knowledge of the characteristics, growth habits and proper cultivation of a wide selection of flowering bulbs, annuals, biennials and perennial plant materials, including both herbaceous and woody plants. • Knowledge of the characteristics and proper use of various fertilizers, soil conditioners and pest control methods and materials. • May require current state certification or licensing as a pesticide applicator Must be 18 years or older Attributes Live in our principals: Honesty, Enthusiasm, Anticipation, Respect, and Teamwork (HEART). Self-Starter – (Able to see priorities and opportunities) Ambitious – (Excited about new endeavors and not easily discouraged) Detail-Oriented – (Take pride in the work that you do and the outcome it presents) Passionate– (Genuinely enjoy the outdoors and everything that has to do with horticulture) Active – (Loves being outdoors and working with their hands) Interlachen Country Club is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes all applicants.
- $18 to $19 per hour
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By Medinah Country Club, - updated Wednesday at 07:58 PM - Medinah, Illinois
Medinah is unique, founded by the Shriners of Chicago in 1924 and originally designed by Tom Bendelow, Medinah boasts 3 distinct golf courses laid out over 550 acres and only 30 minutes from downtown Chicago. The Championship Course #3 has hosted a variety of major events and is currently preparing for the 2026 Presidents Cup. Course #3 is also finishing a Master Plan in 2024 with OCM Golf Course Architects https://www.ocm.golf/clients/medinah/. Interns will play an integral role in finishing the grow-in of the new Course #3 and its opening scheduled for July of 2024. Turfgrass Interns will be an integral part of the Turf Team that employs 95 staff in mid-season and will be considered part of the management team as skills and abilities warrant. Our core beliefs revolve around Respect/Personal Responsibility/Individualism. Internships can vary from 3 - 9 months and develop into a full time position. A partial list of the opportunities Interns will be given: Completion and 'grow-in' of Course #3 with OCM Golf. Develop an Intern Goals and Objectives Plan tailored to each individual. Fertilizer/pesticide: calibration, application, inventory control, disease ID and an understanding of how, what and why these applications are used. Irrigation function and scheduling; water management that leads to firm conditions and turf health. How to organize and schedule an efficient team, daily and weekly. Coaching and mentoring on job performance and career track as desired. Flexible schedule that supports a life outside of turf. Work with an industry leading Equipment Technician Team.
- $20 to $22 per hour
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By The Club at 3 Creek, - updated Wednesday at 06:09 PM - Jackson, Wyoming
At 3 Creek interns will take on a pivotal role in all aspects of the maintenance that goes into producing a world-class golf course. Interns will work closely under the assistant superintendents to understand all tasks and operations that make our maintenance team successful day in and day out. With you as a member of our team, our primary goal is to quickly and confidently teach the skills and techniques you will need to be a competitive candidate within the golf course maintenance job market. As an intern you will work hard, be challenged, and learn how to effectively produce an exceptional product while maintaining a work / life balance that will make your time here not only enjoyable but memorable. Email your resume to Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org
- $26 to $26 per hour
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By The Ledges, - updated Tuesday at 12:10 PM - 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 was a host for the PGA Korn Ferry tour for the past two years. -Interns will be involved in every detail of the golf course maintenance. -Communication is incredibly important and will be emphasized throughout your time here. -Interns will have the ability to train, learn and execute every task that is done on a daily basis. -An array of projects and large scale upgrades to be intimately involved in planning and executing. -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 at 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
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By Shooting Star, - updated Monday at 08:25 PM - Teton Village, Wyoming
Tired of working outside in hot and humid weather? If so, work a golf season in cool, crisp Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and experience the magic of Teton Sunrises. We are looking two motivated individuals to assist Shooting Star’s Golf Course Maintenance team during the timeframe of April-October. Shooting Star is a Golf Digest top 100 Tom Fazio Designed private club that is located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Ski Resort and one mile from Grand Teton National Park. Additional benefits of working here are we will provide a Wyoming Fishing License, Summer Bike Pass to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and option of either a season ski pass to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort or yearend bonus after completing the Golf Maintenance season… Earn your turns!!! The Golf Maintenance Crewman at Shooting Star will be a hands-on and active position involved in all aspects of Golf Course Maintenance and work directly under the Assistant Superintendents and Golf Course Manager. Duration of employment is April-October (April 15- Nov. 1). World class bentgrass is maintained on all greens, tees, approaches, and fairways. Kentucky bluegrass roughs, and 126 acres of fine fescue native cover the remaining surfaces of the 256-acre facility. Examples of daily roles to be performed are, daily mowing, hand watering, irrigation repairs, drainage/course improvement projects, vegetation management, tractor/implement work, bunker improvements, course set-up, snow removal, chemical/fertilizer mixing & applications and more. Interested applicants who want to work hard and have fun, need to email a cover letter and resume addressed to: Golf Course Manager, Tyler Shrum email@example.com . Please see Shooting Star’s website (www.shootingstarjh.com) for additional club information.
- $28 to $28 per hour
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By Turning Stone Resort, - updated Monday at 06:10 PM - Verona, New York
Are you passionate about golf and eager to kick-start your career in Golf Course Management? Join us at Turning Stone Resort, a world-class golf destination, for an exceptional internship experience tailored to your unique interests and career goals. https://www.turningstone.com/
- $18 to $18 per hour
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By Roaring Fork Club, - updated Monday at 03:57 PM - Basalt, Colorado
The Roaring Fork Club is nestled on 282 acres of rich land on either side of the Roaring Fork River between Basalt and Aspen, Colorado. This par-72, 7,312 yard Jack Nicklaus Signature Course is sculpted along the dramatic contours of the river valley, respect for the land and the fine outdoor tradition of golf is evident in the layout of the 18-hole golf course. The Roaring Fork Club is a Private Club located 20 minutes from renowned Aspen, Colorado in the charming town of Basalt. The Roaring Fork Club provides a lifestyle for those who seek the purest of golf, fishing, family, health and wellness. Our goal at The Roaring Fork Club is to provide interns with the knowledge and support necessary to become successful assistants, AITs, irrigation techs, or spray techs. It is our passion to teach and learn from our employees while giving them the opportunity to experience every facet of the golf course maintenance operation. The Roaring Fork Club Golf Course Maintenance team offers a wide range of "benefits" including continuing education, PGA Tour volunteer opportunities, networking, and exceptional on the job educational training. Additional benefits to the location are surrounding outdoor activities, gold medal fly fishing waters, and easy access to popular sites such as Maroon Bells.
- $22 to $24 per hour
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By The Country Club of York, - updated Monday at 03:04 PM - York, Pennsylvania
The Country Club of York is looking for Student Interns for the 2024 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. This year we will be completing an overhaul of our tee complex on hole 13. The scope of the project will be demoing the current tee box and shifting and building 3 new tee boxes along with the installation of new irrigation. The members of CCY are committed to continually improving the golf course and we are scheduled to complete at least one major project each year moving forward. This internship will give the student a great opportunity to build his or her resume.
- $17.00-$18.00/Hour plus overtime and free housing
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By Apogee Club, - updated February 24 - Hobe Sound, Florida
Apogee Club is a passion project presented by two highly successful businessmen, Mr. Michael Pascussi & Mr. Stephen Ross. Apogee is currently in the construction phase with plans to construct three, 18-hole golf courses, two short courses, a Himalayas-style putting green & two driving ranges over 1200 acres. The West Course, designed by Gil Hanse & Jim Wagner has recently opened. Additionally, the club will have country club facilities. The golf courses will be designed by Hanse Golf Design (West Course), Fazio & Davis Golf Design (South Course) & Kyle Phillips Golf Design (North Course). The main driving range encompasses over 50 acres, has 360* of tee space & will be regarded as one of the finest practice facilities in the country. All courses will be blanketed with TifTuf turf & TifEagle greens. Rainbird IC irrigation will be utilized on all courses along with John Deere equipment. The West Golf Course Maintenace facility will be open & completed in December 2023. The club is also in the process of construction 2 clubhouses, 50+ cottages, spa/fitness center & will also have fishing, tennis, walking trails & pickleball. We believe that we have a very unique opportunity to offer passionate turfgrass professionals a unique experience to learn the proper ways to manage/maintain championship caliber golf courses, but also be an intricate part of the construction our next golf courses. Students/graduates would be exposed to irrigation installation, pre-planting of fertilizers, site preparations, operating large equipment, Better Billy Bunker install, maintenance facility construction, drainage, pump station install & native grass seeding along with daily championship caliber golf course maintenance & set up. An ideal candidate will be intimately involved with the grow in of our range, South Course & Wee Course along with opportunities to become part of the management team when those pieces are completed.
- $20 to $20 per hour
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By Manasquan River Golf Club, - Brielle, New Jersey
Founded in 1922, Manasquan River Golf Club is a private member-owned golf club located on the Jersey Shore in the Borough of Brielle. The waterfront property includes the highest point on the Atlantic Seaboard from Atlantic Highlands to Florida. Golf course architect Robert White built nine holes in the pastures and swampy meadowlands along the river then opened the second nine holes in the elevated woodlands and laurel-laden ravines overlooking the river. Manasquan River Golf Club remains a course with a flavor unlike any other at the Jersey Shore, presenting two distinct faces represented by the over 100 feet of elevation change on the property. In 2018 the, under the direction of Architect Andrew Green, the golf course underwent a major restoration and modernization including the construction of 6 USGA Spec greens, renovation of all bunkers, and the installation of a Rainbird IC irrigation system. Interns will have the opportunity to work side by side with the Superintendent and Assistants to learn the ins and outs of high level golf course conditioning; setting a foundation for future success.
- $20 to $20 per hour
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By Mountain Ridge Country Club, - updated February 23 - West Caldwell, New Jersey
Mountain Ridge Country Club located in West Caldwell, New Jersey is looking for aspiring turf students to fill internship positions for the 2024 golf season. Mountain Ridge is an 18 hole golf club designed by well known architect Donald Ross. Having hosted USGA and LPGA events, Mountain Ridge provides a true test of golf to those who play. While it is preferred that candidates have previous experience working in turf maintenance; it is not a requirement. An ideal applicant is someone who simply has the desire to learn turf management for the game of golf and is willing to work hard to prove so. Our goal as a management staff is to provide interns with the foundational tools needed for success as their careers advance.
- $19 to $19 per hour
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By Trout National - The Reserve, - updated February 22 - Millville, New Jersey
Trout National - The Reserve is a private 18 hole golf course currently in the middle of construction. TGR Design is creating a unique, championship golf course on the former site of a quarry in southern New Jersey. Visit the website below for more information about the club. A brand new maintenance facility, Rain Bird IC system, John Deere equipment package, and employee housing are underway. We are currently looking to fill a seasonal intern position. All interns will be involved in the planning, growing in, and maintenance of all golf course grounds. This is an opportunity to participate in all phases of construction, irrigation installation, turf establishment, and crew management at a world class site. Interns will work closely with the management team and be exposed to: Construction, seeding, and establishment of USGA bentgrass greens Establishment and maintenance of all other playing surfaces Pre-plant fertilizer applications Chemical applications Water management and use of Rainbird IC system Use of golf course cultivation equipment https://tgrdesign.tigerwoods.com/courses/troutnational/ Trout National | The Reserve
- $18 to $18 per hour
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By Country Club of Detroit, - updated February 20 - 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 THEIR COMFORT ZONE TO PREPARE THEM FOR THEIR NEXT CAREER STEP! https://www.ccofd.com/club/scripts/library/view_document.asp?NS=PUBLIC&DN=EMPLOYMENT 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 to $18 per hour
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By Atlanta Country Club, - Marietta, Georgia
About Us: Atlanta Country Club is a prestigious private golf club nestled in Marietta, Georgia, offering a world-class golfing experience on our stunning recently renovated 18-hole course. Our rich history dates back to 1964, and we take pride in maintaining a tradition of excellence. We are committed to providing our members and guests with exceptional service and golfing facilities. Job Description: We are seeking a motivated and dedicated Turfgrass Intern to join our grounds crew team. As a grounds crew intern at Atlanta Country Club, you will have the unique opportunity to work on several new features and technologies highlighted by a state-of-the-art hydronic heating and cooling systems for our greens. You will be an essential part of our team, contributing to the maintenance and improvement of our course while gaining valuable hands-on experience in the field. We have openings for the Spring and Summer season of 2024. Responsibilities: Participate in day-to-day scheduling of grounds maintenance activities. Assist in hand-watering and overall water management to ensure optimal course conditions. Learn and assist in chemical and fertilizer planning and application procedures. Contribute to cultural practices that enhance the quality of our course. Receive training with our Equipment Manager in our well-equipped maintenance shop. Support the establishment and care of our newly renovated greens, ensuring they meet the highest standards. Assist in club tournament preparation and execution, contributing to the success of our events. Engage in industry networking opportunities to expand your professional connections. Have the chance to volunteer and network during special golf events hosted at our club. Opportunity to Learn About Hydronics: Interns will have the unique opportunity to learn more about hydronics and how to run the system. Learn and assist in using GPS units to plot coordinates and map underground points of interest. (This can help boost a resume for future employment experience) Contribute to golf course data collection (underground moisture sensors, firmness readings, stimp measurements, etc) Major Renovation Details (Beau Welling 2023): Complete Renovation on: Tees, Fairways, and Greens. Complete Bunker Redesign and Rebuild. Complete Irrigation system replacement to HDPE piping and Toro 2-wire technology. Design changes on select golf holes with a new short-game and practice area. XGD Drainage installed under fairways for improved course drainage. Cutting-edge hydronics system installed under greens.
- $15 to $15 per hour
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By Hollywood Golf Club, - updated February 18 - Deal, New Jersey
Hollywood Golf Club is home to a well renowned championship golf course designed by Walter J. Travis in 1917 and masterfully restored to its original intent by Brian Schneider and Renaissance Golf Design in 2014. The club has hosted numerous golf championships throughout our rich history at the State, Regional and National level. We are located less than a mile from the Atlantic Ocean, in the town of Deal, located in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Hollywood Golf Club is dedicated to providing students with a fully comprehensive internship. The grounds staff here at HGC takes great pride in providing pristine playing conditions for our membership, and we are looking for dedicated individuals who want to excel in the golf course industry. Interns will be trained in various different high level agronomic practices to maintain and improve a championship level golf course. Interns will play a vital role in: Chemical/fertilizer application and calibration Stringent Water management Daily course maintenance to provide championship conditions Small crew management Preparations for yearly membership tournaments Scheduling meetings Daily crew preparations Drainage installation Irrigation troubleshooting and repair
- $20 to $21 per hour
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By Morris County Golf Club, - updated February 15 - 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. A summer intern can expect 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. We also have a recently updated world class maintenance facility that includes renonvations thorughout our existing areas alongside brand NEW adminstration and environmental buildings. The upcoming 2024 season will be a great opportunity for any intern to dive into some golf course construction detail work. We have recently completed 3 Acres of fairway/approach expansions and will be continuing to work on those areas throughout the upcoming season. We will focus on turf health and uniformtity within those sod expansions as the summer progresses. We also will continue our work on nursery maturirty in preparation for our next phase of golf course renonvation work beginning Oct 1st, 2024. This upcoming fall's course work will include additional fairway expansions, a few complete green complex rebuilds, new bunkers, and green expansions. The preparation work this summer is vital to a successful project later this year. I am excited for what Morris County Golf Club has to offer potential interns in regards to quality of work life, hands on experience, and project management. All of our current goals and projects will be culminating in the exciting opportunity to host the 2026 NJ State Open, and we are looking for the right candidate to work alongside us towards our goals. Every season our goal for an intern is to allow freedom and flexability so they can 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 Champions Golf Club and Whispering Pines, - Houston, Texas
Come be a part of one of the most unique internship programs in the entire U.S. Interns will have the opportunity to split their time between two of the best warm season clubs in the country with a significant variety of exposure and experience to gain. With over 54 holes to maintain between the two facilities, this would be a great opportunity to gain exposure to all aspects of golf course maintenance. Grass types include: TifEagle and Miniverde putting greens, Zeon zoysia, 419, and TifSport tees and fairways, Zeon and Palisades zoysia and 419 roughs. Irrigation systems include Rainbird and Toro. Equipment includes Toro and John Deere. The day-to-day responsibilities of this position are all dependent on the individual’s experience, skill level, aptitude, and desire to improve themselves This includes but is not limited to mowing greens, tees, fairways, and roughs, proper fertilizer and pesticide calibration/application, and water management. Interns will work closely with The Director of Agronomy, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, and Equipment Managers to gain a better understanding of all facets of the profession. Whispering Pines is located in Trinity, Texas approximately 88 miles north of Houston situated on a spectacular 400-acre property featuring piney woods, creeks, lakes, natural dunes, and abundant wildlife. The 27-hole facility has been consistently ranked as the #1 course in the state (#51 in U.S.) and recently the #7 ranked Par 3 course in the U.S. Founded by Jack Burke, Jr. and the late Jimmy Demaret in 1957, Champions Golf Club is one of the most historic, classic golf clubs in Texas. From its origin, Champions has consistently carved its place in golf history hosting the 1967 Ryder Cup Matches, 1969 US Open, 1993 US Amateur, several PGA Tour Championships as well as numerous other professional and amateur golf tournaments. The Cypress Creek course was designed by Ralph Plummer and opened for play in 1957 and the Jack Rabbit Course was originally designed by George Fazio in 1964 and completely renovated by Tom Fazio in 2002. Both courses are very unique in design and provide a spectacular playing experience in Northwest Houston. With over 300 single digit handicappers, Champions is known around the world as a “Players Club” with an expectation for championship conditions every day.
- $14 to $14 per hour
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By Bayonne Golf Club, - Bayonne, New Jersey
Located 4 miles from Lower Manhattan on the New York Harbor, Bayonne Golf Club is the "true links" gem of NYC. Opening in 2006, Bayonne Golf Club continues to be revered as one of the area’s most exclusive golfing experiences. Bayonne Golf Club is consistently ranked among the best courses both in the state of New Jersey and nationally. We are looking for a person with a strong work ethic and desire to advance within the industry to work very closely alongside the assistant superintendents and superintendent. An internship at Bayonne Golf Club is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable experience maintaining a high end private course in an extremely competitive market. Interns at Bayonne Golf Club quickly develop the skill set needed to become an assistant superintendent and superintendent. We pride ourselves in always promoting from within whenever possible. If interested please click the link below to view a short video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmlwmWyHNSA
- $18 / HR + OT + housing + bonus+ flexible start date
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By Philadelphia Country Club, - updated February 14 - Gladwyne, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia Country Club is a private country club located just outside the city of Philadelphia. We are a 27 hole facility, the original 18 holes are a William Flynn design consisting of Bentgrass greens, tees and fairways. Our 9-hole course was recently renovated to include a full size driving range. Philadelphia Country Club has hosted the 1939 U.S. Open, 2003 U.S. Women's amateur and co-hosted the 2005 U.S. men's amateur tournaments. The Philadelphia Country Club host many local armature events every season. Interns will work closely with the Superintendent and assistant superintendents on every aspect of the daily operation of the course. Interns will be involved in course setup, spraying, general turfgrass maintenance practices and irrigation operation and repairs. Working at the Philadelphia Country Club will provide the right candidates the opportunity to learn and advance their career in the turfgrass industry.
- $22 to $23 per hour
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By Chevy Chase Club, - updated February 14 - Chevy Chase, Maryland
Chevy Chase Club was organized in the fall of 1892 by a group of men from the Metropolitan Club of Washington, D.C., including Francis G. Newlands. For some time, there had been a good deal of sentiment in the Metropolitan Club in favor of a country club where the growing interest in horses, sports and recreation could be pursued. The club would also serve as a social center for members and their families well-removed from the turmoil of the growing city. The club’ s first permanent location was in 1894 on a tract of land that included a pre-revolutionary frame house known as the Bradley Farmhouse. The game of golf was introduced with six holes at the club in 1895, the same year the USGA was founded. In 1897, the club was able to purchase this 9.36-acre tract on which the Bradley House was situated. Today, the club offers an 18-hole golf course, golf practice facility, seventeen outdoor tennis courts, four indoor tennis courts, seven paddle tennis courts, a fitness facility, three swimming pools, eight lanes of duckpin bowling, an outdoor ice rink, an eighteen-room guest house, a nature trail and greenhouses. Food and beverage facilities include three clubhouse dining rooms, full banquet facilities, two seasonal sports canteens and a casual dining Winter Center. The club first introduced golf in 1895 with just 6 holes, which slowly expanded to 9 holes. In 1909, and very early in his career, Donald Ross expanded the existing 9 holes to 18 holes. In 1924 the firm of Colt & Alison re-designed the existing Donald Ross course to the current routing that exists today, with some modifications made by various architects throughout the years. Beginning in July, the club will close to commence a historic golf course renovation with golf course architect Andrew Green. Interns will play an integral role during the renovation. Please view our internship brochure for more information. https://www.chevychaseclub.org/custom/flipbook/InternshipBrochure/
- $18 to $19 per hour
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By BallenIsles Country Club, - Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
The BallenIsles Country Club Agronomy Internship Program provides a unique experience only BallenIsles can offer. Our vision is to create an experience where an individual comes away feeling empowered, knowledgeable, and confident to take the next step. Our program centers on collaboration of an individual’s educational and experience level with real world, practical, hands-on learning including agronomic planning and management, asset preservation and operational excellence. The goal is to expose and develop interns to an array of skills in both tournament and daily playing conditioning. We have both short- and long-term internship programs that will be tailored to your skill set, education, and customized to meet your school’s requirements. The Internship Experience Students will be introduced to critical agronomic elements of golf course maintenance such as personnel management, financial management, equipment operation and maintenance, maintenance facility organization and upkeep, fertilizer and plant protectant application techniques, pesticide laws and regulations, member and guest communication, irrigation maintenance and management, career development, environmental stewardship, career planning, and networking. Examples: · Participate in daily maintenance activities. · Learn and participate in agronomic activities including plant protectant applications and fertilization. · Attend management meetings. · Exposure to financial management · Opportunity to build crew schedules and conduct crew meetings. · Diversified learning opportunities in and out of maintenance. Examples - o Club Management / GM o Golf Operations o Equipment Management o Irrigation Management o Landscape Management o Troon Agronomist o Attend Professional Development Classes o Career development - Resume and mock interviews · Visit neighboring courses Requirements · Applicants of all experience and education levels will be considered. · Career minded and highly motivated. · Team player and positive attitude · Be enrolled in an accredited undergraduate, graduate degree, or certificate program. · Have appropriate authorization to work in the United States · Possess the minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) required by their college or university. · International students must be currently enrolled in a US college or university and possess all visas and employment authorizations required prior to the start of the internship. · Ability to read and speak English may be required in order to perform the duties of the job (e.g. the associates may be required to communicate with English speaking members or co-workers, the manuals for the equipment the associates may use are in English). Certificates/Licenses: · A valid Driver’s License is required as well as a satisfactory driving history to meet insurance requirements. Job Benefits · Uniforms provided · Complimentary on duty meals · Golf privileges Internships available. · 3-to-6-month internships are available year round Pay · Competitive wage based on experience. $17-22/hr. · Voluntary Housing Program available · Overtime may be available based on business levels and operational needs.
- $17 to $22 per hour
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