- 50Golf Course Superintendent
- 173Assistant Superintendent
- 332nd Assistant Superintendent
- 5Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 40Equipment/Shop Manager
- 28Turf Equipment Technician
- 8Assistant Equipment Technician
- 18Spray/Applications Technician
- 23Irrigation Technician
- 6Irrigation Manager
- 1GPS Mapping Technician
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 10Sports Turf Manager
- 5Sports Turf Technician
- 6Landscape Manager
- 4Landscape Technician
- 3Lawn Care Manager
- 10Lawn Care Technician
- 3Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 4Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 6Crew Foreman
- 5Equipment Operator
- 37Grounds Staff
- 29Seasonal Intern
- 2Construction Shaper/Crew
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 7Sales Representative
- 4Sales Manager
- 3Product Support Manager
- 1District Manager
- 1Director of Operations
- 1Operations Manager
- 1Branch Manager
- 1Sod Farm Manager
- 1Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
- 1Pro Shop/Golf Manager
By Eastward Ho!, - updated Yesterday at 05:38 PM - Chatham, Massachusetts
Eastward Ho! Is a private 18-hole Herbert Fowler design located on the coastline of Cape Cod. Built in 1922 the course boasts unique architecture that follows the topography of glacial moraines. Interns work closely alongside the Superintendent in all aspects of turf maintenance. This position requires a professionally driven individual who operates with the highest expectations and efficiencies. Strong organizational skills are preferred. The correct candidate will work with seasoned crew through projects, applications, and daily operations. Individual understands the requirements and demands of turf improvement at a world class private facility. We are seeking individuals that understand what it takes to be the best. Current rankings include: Golf Magazine – “Top 100 Courses in the U.S.” (#53), Golf Week – “Top 200 Classic” (#44), Golf Club Atlas – “Custodians of the Game” (#65 [#28 in U.S.]). Responsibilities include: Manage small crews Irrigation repair and troubleshooting Spray fairways and greens Water management/Hand watering Fertilizer applications/calibrations Crew organization Aerification Small projects Assist the equipment technician with repairs and maintenance Operate tractors and loaders Course set-up Walk mow greens Walk mow tees and collar
- $17 / Hour plus OT
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By Golf Club at Black Rock, - Coeur D' Alene, Idaho
If you are looking to work at a very high end private golf course in a beautiful setting come work at The Golf Club at Black Rock. We are looking for summer interns to work full-time including weekends, holidays. You will gain a lot of great experience working under a superintendent who has been in the golf business for 40 years all at high end private clubs. You will build relationships, and given many different task that relate to the business. The Golf Club at Black Rock is located about 30 minutes from beautiful Coeur D' Alene, Idaho. Visit Blackrockidaho.com to see more about the club and the area.
- 20.00 + overtime
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By The Pebble Beach Company, - updated May 17 - Pacific Grove, California
The Pebble Beach Company is looking for a passionate turf enthusiast to participate in a summer internship at Del Monte Golf Course. Ideal candidate will have some previous golf course experience, or internships. This individual must possess a willingness to work, with an interest and belief in learning the industry from a hands on perspective. If selected this individual will be involved in all aspects of golf course maintenance, with the intention of giving them valuable first hand experience. Additionally, the chosen candidate will be given the opportunity to assists Pebble Beach Golf Links as they prepare for the Pure Insurance First Tee Open. This is a great learning opportunity at a historic facility that has been in continuous operation for the last 125 years. The Pebble Beach Company is happy to support hardworking individuals who would like to explore the turf management industry and Internships at the resorts renowned courses have served as an excellent stepping stone for those seeking to quickly advance their career.
- $16 to $17 per hour
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By Bay Hill Club & Lodge, - updated May 11 - Orlando, Florida
We have 3 Intern positions available starting anytime after August 29th thru our PGA Tournament held the 1st week of March. This is a great opportunity where Interns are treated as part of the Management Team and are given the ability to get involved in every aspect of the operation. You will be able to work at least 2 PGA Events - The PNC Father Son Challenge and our own Arnold Palmer Invitational. Along with the traditional Student Intern - we also will consider anyone that works on a golf course that is from a Northern climate & would be interested in a seasonal position.
- $14 to $14 per hour
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By Columbia Edgewater Country Club, - updated May 10 - Portland, Oregon
Columbia Edgewater has hosted several LPGA events in the last few years and this coming summer we will host the Pacific Coast Amateur Championship and the LPGA Portland Classic which students will help oversee. We look for a positive attitude, Desire to learn, hard worker and motivated. Interns will set goals for program and will cover: cultural practices, variance reports/forecasting, weed management and pesticide applications
- $20 hr Free Housing & Food
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By Woodmont Country Club, - Rockville, Maryland
Woodmont Country Club is a private, 36 hole facility located near Washington DC, in Rockville, MD. Interns will have the opportunity to be exposed to a wide array of management and maintenance practices within the multi-course facility. The South Course is comprised of push-up Poa/bentgrass greens, bentgrass tees, and Meyer zoysia fairways. A large scale renovation began on the South Course In October of this year, which includes a new irrigation system, bunker renovation with Better Billy drainage, and re-grassing of greens, tees, approaches, and rough. There are also plans to begin the construction of a 9 hole short course in April of 2022. Interns would gain exposure to significant construction experience. The North Course is an all cool-season golf course featuring USGA built A-4 bentgrass greens, Penncross bentgrass fairways and tees, and 007/Luminary approaches. The North just finished a full bunker renovation that also included green complex adjustments, fairway line changes, and multiple tee additions. The North Course is host to the final leg of US Open Qualifying each year (over 30 years in total). Interns will be heavily involved in day to day operations and work hand in hand with the management team. Interns will share time on both golf courses and will be exposed to the management of many turf varieties, both warms season and cool season (Bentgrass, Poa annua, Zoysia, Bermudagrass, Fine fescue native areas, & cool-season roughs). They will also be sent to a PGA Tour event during their internship for tournament volunteer experience.
- $17/hr + housing & meals
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By Sleepy Hollow Country Club, - Scarborough, New York
Sleepy Hollow Country Club is currently seeking interns for our 2022 season. Sleepy Hollow Country Club is a private, 27 hole C.B. MacDonald original design on 338 acres overlooking the Hudson River. SHCC was recently restored by Gil Hanse finishing in 2016/2017. All of the greens at SHCC were converted to USGA specification recycling the original poa sod. We also have a lower 9 hole short course that has native soil push-up greens, offering candidates an opportunity to manage both newly constructed USGA sand greens and 100 year old push-up greens on the same property. Sleepy Hollow Country Club is currently ranked 62nd in the United States by Golf Digest and 71st in the world by Golf Magazine. Candidates can expect to be immersed in all aspects of golf course management. Including, but not limited to crew management, project execution/supervision, drainage, hand watering, spraying, pesticide and fertilizer calibration, and much more. Engaged interns will open more doors as they progress. This is a great opportunity for both first year interns and post graduates alike looking for an excellent opportunity to elevate and hone your skills as you work toward achieving your career goals. We are currently in the middle of an irrigation renovation on the upper 13 holes of the property that will include all new HDPE mainlines, laterals, valves and heads, complete with updated Toro decoder system with new smarthub technology.
- 20.00/hour with Overtime
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By Sand Valley, - Nekoosa, Wisconsin
Sedge Valley is the latest golf project at Sand Valley Golf Resort. The course is set to open for play in 2024. The course will be designed by world renowned golf architect Tom Doak. Doak’s design has been inspired by the classic heathland courses of England and will be shorter in comparison to most modern golf courses. Sedge Valley Golf Course is looking for individuals who can work 40+ hours a week and the ability to work in a team environment and all-weather conditions. Employees will assist in applying seed using Hydro-Mulch equipment. Employees will also assist with mowing, blowing, equipment operation and other miscellaneous projects as needed later into the year after the turf is established.
- $12 to $14 per hour
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By Virginia Green, - Midlothian, Virginia
Virginia Green is the largest locally owned lawn care provider in Virginia offering fertilization and weed control, aeration and seeding, tree and shrub applications and other services to residential and commercial clients. Currently, there are over 265 associates across Virginia in 6 branches, including an in-house agronomy team and dedicated customer service representatives focused on delivering 100% client satisfaction. Virginia Green was ranked as #1 in “Best Lawn Service/Landscaping” in a Richmond Times-Dispatch poll four times. Position Summary Virginia Green is currently seeking a paid part-time Turf Management Intern in Richmond, Virginia. The ideal candidate is entering their junior or senior year and is an agriculture major. We are seeking candidates that are available 30-40 hours per week. Scheduling and hours are flexible. The intern can expect to be involved in all facets of the turf care industry: agronomy, spray application, aeration, logistics, equipment maintenance, and agricultural research. Primary Responsibilities Work with Service Leaders and Regional Team Leaders to learn the products used and services provided by Virginia Green. Makes timely lawn and landscape applications using hand and powered equipment to apply fertilizer, insecticides, fungicides and herbicides. Work with Agronomists and Branch Manager to learn the concepts and skills necessary to become an agronomist with Virginia Green. You will learn how to provide Virginia Green’s customers and associates with agronomic advice and support. Work with Technical and Quality Advisor to monitor the research farm and develop plans for plot substrates, seed blends (or sod), fertilizer applications, pesticide applications, watering, mowing, etc. Required Qualifications / Attributes Be able to navigate a truck and trailer Must obtain a VDACS Registered Technician certification within 30 days of date of hire. Training and fees paid by Virginia Green Must be at least 18 years of age and a current college student Strong agronomic background in turf and ornamental care Excellent written and verbal communication skills Excellent organizational skills Must possess a valid Virginia driver’s license Driving record must pass insurability test Education and Experience Must be a current college student in good standing. Agriculture majors preferred. Minimum Physical Requirements Walking, standing, bending, reaching, and twisting Able to lift 75 lbs. Repetitive use of hands *Virginia Green is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, genetic information, or protected veteran status, and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability or other legally protected status.
- $16 to $16 per hour
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By Brookside Golf & Country Club, - updated April 19 - Columbus, Ohio
Founded in 1927, Brookside is an upscale private club located in Worthington, OH between Rt. 315 and Sawmill Rd. The club features an 18-hole tree-lined golf course and practice facilities with bentgrass / poa annua greens, tees, and fairways. Brookside routinely hosts the U.S. Open sectional qualifier following the Memorial Tournament, and has been host to the Ohio Amateur and recently the Trans-Miss Amateur Championship. In August 2021, Brookside began a course renovation project designed by architect Brian Silva to construct all new bunkers using the modern Better Billy Bunker process and to place them strategically requiring golfers to think their way around the course. To accommodate the new bunkers, existing tees, fairways, approaches, and greens were altered and several new tees built. Additionally, a new 16th green was constructed and grow-in is underway. The project was completed in November 2021. Interns will be included in all facets of golf course maintenance including, but not limited to: chemical and fertilizer applications, irrigation repair and maintenance, daily course preparations, hand watering, and course improvement projects. There will also be an emphasis on finishing up some of the construction grow-in and repair from the recent renovation.
- $15 to $15 per hour
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By The Los Angeles Country Club, - updated April 18 - Los Angeles, California
In the fall of 1897, a group of Los Angelenos organized a voluntary association to further the cause of one of Southern California’s newest sports. Its stately Clubhouse, tennis courts and 36 holes of golf have served as the Club’s home ever since. Later, the courses were redesigned by Herbert Fowler and George C. Thomas, Jr. In 1997, LACC celebrated its Centennial year with many different tournaments and festivities. In 2010, the North Course was unveiled after the completion of a five year project to restore George Thomas’ greatest design. In 2016, the Club welcomed a new wave of renovation projects with the completion of a Clubhouse Renovation and a renovation on its South Course by Gil Hanse. LACC is proud to have hosted the 46th Walker Cup Match in 2017 and looks forward to hosting the 2023 United States Open Championship. Position Summary As a vital role to the Golf Course Maintenance Team, a Golf Course Intern is responsible for the maintenance and care of the golf course and grounds working directly with the Director of Golf Courses and Grounds, Superintendents and Assistant Superintendents. This is a transitional position to provide guidance for an individual’s growth and promotion in the golf course industry. Position Responsibilities Responsibilities include but not limited to: •Assist with course set up; cutting hole locations, setting tee markers, emptying trash cans, detail work •Involved with the application of herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, or other chemical applications onthe golf course •Participate in the application of fertilizer using various types of application equipment •Assist in irrigation repair and maintenance •Daily water requirements through hand watering and overhead irrigation to warm and cool season grasses •Assist in routine maintenance work such as walk mowing, bunkers, trimming •Show a strong interest in self-improvement by joining professional organizations as well as participating incontinuing education or training opportunities such as seminars, workshops and trade shows in order tomaintain knowledge of the profession Physical demands are required for this position including: heavy lifting and manual labor • While performing this job, the employee is exposed to outside weather conditions including sun exposure and rain • Hours are based off of a 40 hour work week but will exceed. This position requires overtime on holidays, tournament days and during course closures • Standing, walking, twisting, turning, bending, squatting, stooping and talking, sitting, repetitive movement, writing, typing, telephone and filing
- $20 to $20 per hour
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By Pikewood National Golf Club, - updated April 18 - Morgantown, West Virginia
Course Overview: Pikewood National Golf Club, located southeast of Morgantown, WV, has been ranked by Forbes Magazine as #2 among “The Five Hardest Golf Courses in the U.S.” and by Golf Digest as #18 among “America’s 20 Hardest Golf Courses”, #79 among "The World Top 200 Greatest Courses" in 2018, # 33 among "America's Greatest 100 Golf Courses” in 2021, and "Best New Private Course" in 2009. In 2011 Link magazine listed Pikewood National #7 on its "Top 10 One-Hit Wonders". The course takes full advantage of the picturesque West Virginia Mountains boasting breath-taking vistas on nearly every hole. Pikewood National is a private 18 hole golf course which is highly exclusive to members who enjoy golf at its purest state. This is a great opportunity to work with a crew that is highly motivated to become successful in this industry. The grass varieties at Pikewood National are: Greens (A1/A4 bentgrass), Approaches, Tees, Fairways (L93), Rough (Kentucky bluegrass and fescue mix), and Native areas (fescue) Position Summary: As a key member of the Pikewood National Golf Club maintenance team, the Summer Intern works directly with the Assistants-in-Training, Assistant Superintendents and Golf Course Superintendent and assists with the day-to-day maintenance and agronomic practices of the golf course and adjacent grounds, including but not limited to the clubhouse landscaping and maintenance complex. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated individual who is looking to eventually become a Golf Course Superintendent. This candidate should be a self-starter who takes pride in his/her work ethic and values the importance of being a team player. This position will expose the candidate to a wide variety of turf practices. The Pikewood Turf Crew understands the importance of sound agronomic practices. Qualifications, Knowledge and Skill Requirements: Must have a strong business aptitude and passion for the golf business. Must have exceptional communication and interpersonal skills Seeking candidates that can work anywhere from a 3 month to 9 month internship Position Responsibilities: Daily mowing of all playing surfaces with walk-behind units and riding units Proper water management (hand watering, etc.) Fertilizer and chemical applications (proper calibration and techniques) Proper course set up (daily hole and tee locations and detail work) Cultural practices (topdressing, aerification, etc.) Irrigation maintenance (irrigation head fixes, pipe repairs, locating/troubleshooting wiring issues) Learning how to manage according to the weather Communicate well with the crew, management and members Carry oneself with professionalism in both appearance and demeanor Understand the importance of networking, career preparation, and record keeping Working Conditions: .The employee is often required to stand, walk, and use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls. They will occasionally be required to balance, stoop, twist upper body, kneel, and climb. The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 30lbs occasionally. Specific vision abilities include close, distance, color, and peripheral vision, and depth perception. Moderate exposure to extreme cold, heat, working outdoors, chemicals, pesticides, gasoline, vibration, pollen, dust, mechanical hazards and electrical hazards. Noise level is typically moderate to loud Work extended hours during golf and holiday season Work weekends and holidays Watch this video to see what you can expect as a turfgrass intern - PIkewood National Internship Video Intern Brochure- https://view.joomag.com/2017-turfgrass-intern-information-at-pikewood-national-golf-club-p5-pwn71175-intern-collateral-packet-spreads-nobleeds/0081146001509651072?short
- $16.50/HR + OT plus Free Housing
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By The Course at Wente Vineyards, - Livermore, California
The Course at Wente Vineyards is looking for a 2022 summer Intern for the Golf Maintenance Department. The candidate should be currently enrolled or have recently completed a Turf, Soil Science, Horticulture or related field degree/certification program. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Interns will be trained on the following tasks and activities: 1. Programming and scheduling irrigation 2. Troubleshooting and making irrigation repairs 3. Golf course setup 4. Mowing greens, tees, approaches, collars, fairways, roughs, etc. 5. Spot watering greens, tees, and fairways 6. Assisting in pesticide and fertilizer applications. 7. Developing daily work schedules and an introduction to developing an Agronomic Program 8. Introduction to developing operational and capital budgets. 9. Preparing for and effectively running meetings. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL POSSESS: An enthusiastic attitude, excited to work in the industry and views this Internship as a career opportunity. Must have a positive, can-do attitude, with a willingness to work early morning and weekend hours. Golf Course maintenance experience preferred but not required. COMPENSATION: $18-20/hour. Intern will be responsible for their own housing. TIMELINE: This position is available in May 2021 and could lead to a full-time position for the right candidate. WE PROVIDE: • A fun atmosphere that is serious about quality, wine, and outstanding wine country experiences. • Discounts on food, wine and golf. • Competitive wages • Opportunities for advancement • Quality training for optimal performance growth ABOUT US: San Francisco Bay Area’s premier golf course, The Course at Wente Vineyards opened in July 1998. Designed by golfing great Greg Norman, the 18-hole championship course is a picturesque 7,181-yard, par-72, upscale, daily-fee golf course tucked away in the scenic Livermore Valley, 50 minutes east of San Francisco. With three distinct topographies, native woodlands, mature vineyards and rolling hills of natural grasslands, The Course at Wente Vineyards offers extraordinary visual panoramas and a diversity of play unmatched in the Bay Area. Designed for both novice and pro, The Course played host to the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship, part of the PGA Tour’s Nationwide Tour from 2006-2008.
- $18 to $20 per hour
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By FC Cincinnati, - updated April 13 - Milford, Ohio
Seasonal Part-Time Groundskeeping Intern Position Summary FC Cincinnati is seeking highly motivated individuals to fill the position of Seasonal Part Time Groundskeeping Associate for the 2022 Major League Soccer Season. The role will aid the Turf Operations Department in their goal to provide safe, consistent, and aesthetically-pleasing fields at both the practice facility and stadium, including match days! This is a seasonal position available from March through August (scheduling permitted). Highlights · Gain unique experience maintaining a stabilized natural grass-hybrid turf system at both TQL Stadium and Mercy Health Training Center, the only system of its kind in pro sports in the States. · Gain experience managing grow lights in a semi-shaded stadium. · Work in state-of-the-art facilities. Primary Responsibilities · Assist the Training Center’s Groundskeepers in the day-to-day operations. Aid in preparing TQL Stadium’s pitch for all FC Cincinnati matches and special events as necessary. · Assist in implementing sports turf management best practices, such as aerification, fertilizing, integrated pest management, field lining, as well as chemical applications. Conduct testing procedures for performance control to meet MLS standards. Education and Experience · Pursuing a degree in Turf Science, Horticulture, or related field preferred. Level 2 certification is preferred. · Exceptional time management skills and ability to accomplish goals in a timely manner. · Ability to organize work effectively, conceptualize and prioritize daily objectives. Required Skills · Desire for growing knowledge base of all turfgrass related topics. Strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to thrive in a team environment. · Ability to demonstrate accuracy and precision in quality of work as well as excellent follow through. · Ability to consistently be at work on time and flexibility to work long hours to accomplish certain goals. About FC Cincinnati FC Cincinnati entered Major League Soccer as its 24th team in 2019. The team played its first two seasons in historic Nippert stadium and its inaugural season at TQL stadium. TQL is a $260 million, privately funded, 26,000-seat soccer-specific stadium constructed in the West End neighborhood of Cincinnati. The stadium is equipped with a state-of-the-art field ecosystem including the use of 7 SGL grow lights and an AirPAT rootzone management system. TQL Stadium has already hosted the U.S. Women’s National Team, and is looking forward to hosting the U.S. Men’s National Team versus Mexico in November, and other CONCACAF matches. Visit here for a YouTube video of new FCC stadium: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TUC_ikHpYQ We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Please apply via TeamWork Online
- $14 to $14 per hour
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By Westmoreland Country Club, - Wilmette, Illinois
For more than a hundred years, Westmoreland Country Club has been among the most exclusive private clubs on the “famed” North Shore of Chicago. Originally designed by William Watson in 1911, Westmoreland has undergone a number of renovations over the years including work by A.W. Tillinghast, William Langford, and Arthur Hills. Since 2004, Westmoreland has made several improvements which include a new irrigation system, new USGA greens with precision-aire systems, and a wall-to-wall drainage system. In recent years, Westmoreland has worked closely with Shawn Smith of Hills•Forrest•Smith to restore the golf course to a character that is consistent with early 1900’s golf course architecture. This work included a complete bunker renovation using “Better Billy Bunker”, fairway expansions, squaring up tees, tree removals and the addition of fescue areas. A Long Range Master Plan has been developed by Shawn which includes greens expansions/regrassing, tree management/buffer enhancement, and fescue area additions. The Club is in the early stages of discussing the restoration of a few greens to their original punchbowl and redan styles to enhance the history and classic architecture of Westmoreland. Westmoreland’s maintenance operation continually introduces progressive ways to be among the best golf courses in the Chicagoland area. The Westmoreland Country Club’s Internship Program will provide hands on experience for interns to learn all aspects of golf course management, including but not limited to irrigation repair and operation, fertilizer and chemical calibration, course setup, disease diagnostics, equipment operations, bunker maintenance, tournament preparation, and leading small project crews. Interns will play a key role in mixing and spraying pesticides, as well as water management on all terrains of the golf course during the hot and dry months. Interns may have the opportunity to work at a PGA event. Interns will work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistants, often being delegated leadership roles and job responsibilities. Westmoreland will also work closely in obtaining his or her personal and professional needs in the Golf Course Industry. This program is a great opportunity for individuals to gain working knowledge on not only how to manage the course during stressful environments but why we manage turf the way we do.
- $16.00 + OT + Housing
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By The Union League Golf Club at Torresdale, - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Interns will be directly involved with the day to day maintenance of 18 hole private golf course and club grounds. Interns will work closely with the Superintendent and Assistants in planning, scheduling, and daily operating procedures. Calibration, pesticide applications, fertilizing, mowing fundamentals, proper course setup and water management will be the core of the internship. The opportunity to lead small crews and motivate staff members will help interns prepare for their next step as an Assistant-In-Training or Assistant Superintendent. Candidates can expect to work typically 50-70 hours per week with every other weekend scheduled off. Interns who are entering their final year in their educational program could potentially be offered an entry level management position following their internship and graduation. The Union League of Philadelphia will be hosting the PGA Works Collegiate Championship in May of 2022. This televised golf tournament will give interns an opportunity to experience championship golf course maintenance preparation leading up to the event as well as execution of the event throughout the week of the tournament. We also have a lot of exciting capital improvement projects on the horizon to include a new state-of-the-art maintenance facility (currently under construction), a 25 acre par 3 course utilizing a 2 wire irrigation system, Tahoma 31 Bermudagrass tees and fairways and variable depth constructed greens seeded to Coho, Piranha and L93 XD bentgrass varieties (construction begins summer 2023), and an 18 hole Donald Ross championship golf course restoration in partnership with Andrew Green Design (slated to begin 2026).
- $15.00 plus OT
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By Pittsburgh Field Club, - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh Field Club is a private 18 hole country club, established in 1882, located just 8 miles from downtown Pittsburgh. “The Field Club”, as it’s known in Pittsburgh, hosted the 1937 PGA Championship, the 1959 Western Open, and is the annual host for the Frank Fuhrer Invitational. The course was designed by Alexander Findlay in 1914. In 2012 Keith Foster developed a Master Plan for the club. In recent years we have executed a bunker and green surrounds renovation, fairway re-contouring, a complete driving range renovation, and just completed, a state of the art short game area. Future projects include tee and cart path renovations, and a new irrigation system. An internship at The Field Club provides comprehensive experience in all aspects of championship level golf course maintenance. In recent years successful Interns have been promoted to Assistant positions upon graduation.
- $16-18/hour plus 1.5x overtime
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By park mammoth golf club, - updated March 25 - park city, Kentucky
Park Mammoth Golf Club is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our agronomy team as a seasonal intern. Located 20 minutes north of Bowling Green, Park Mammoth borders the national park and boast scenic natural views that blend into the landscape. Ideal for WKU students who wish to get hands on experience in the field. Our Ross/Craig design course is 18 holes with multiple practice facilities. It features Tahoma 31 fairways, tees, and rough with 777 bent grass greens.
- 15.00 hour
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By The Links of North Dakota, - updated March 21 - Ray, North Dakota
The Links of North Dakota has been awarded top 100 course ratings in the nation numerous times and as of 2020 is ranked No.1 in the state of North Dakota and No.35 in the Nation. Golfweek – 2021 The Links of North Dakota was ranked 40th overall and 1st in North Dakota. Duties: A Golf Course Maintenance Intern will work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent in all aspects of golf course management. Course Setup Irrigation Repair Water management Fertilizer/Chemical applications Proper calibration of sprayers and fertilization equipment Crew management Equipment Operation Tournament Preparation Golf course improvement projects And much more! Educational Requirements: Presently be enrolled in, or a recent graduate of any program in Agronomy, Turfgrass Management/Science or Golf Course Management Program Job Benefits Salary: $20 Hr plus overtime Excellent Work Environment/Earned Responsibilities Staff Uniforms /Pro Shop Discounts/Golf Privileges Free housing Job Application Instructions: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and references to: Gustavo Rodriguez, Golf Course Superintendent: email@example.com Date Available May 1st
- $20 Hr-Housing Provided
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By Shorehaven Golf Club, - updated March 18 - Norwalk, Connecticut
Shorehaven Golf Club is looking for interns to join our team for the summer of 2022. Located on the shores of Long Island Sound in East Norwalk, Connecticut Shorehaven is one of the finest private clubs on the Connecticut coast. Currently ranked #8 in Connecticut by Golf Digest we strive to provide our members and guests with high quality playing conditions on a daily basis. Interns will be involved in all facets of our operation ranging from basic principles of course set up, daily maintenance, employee management, plant protectant applications, budget and agronomic planning, long range planning and beyond. Interns will leave Shorehaven understanding the finer details of private club management which go far beyond the condition of the golf course. My team and I pride ourselves on providing a fun and laidback workplace with a focus on work/life balance.
- $18.00 + OT after 40 hours
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By Northeast Harbor Golf Club, - Northeast Harbor, Maine
Description Northeast Harbor Golf Club was established in 1895 and started as a 9 hole course. The original 9 holes as the course exists now, were designed by Arthur Lockwood in 1916 and the second 9 holes, designed by Herbert Strong, opened in 1925. Although the course is only 5602 yards from the back, it can be quite a challenge with its undulating fairways and small greens. NEHGC is a private course that is also open to public play in the spring and fall, as many of the members are only seasonal residents. The course used to be a kind of “hidden gem”, but has recently come to the forefront in the area and has seen a large increase in public play. The club is interesting in that it provides golf services only. We have a healthy membership who are open to making capital investments to improve the golf course. This winter we have been updating some equipment and have also installed a central irrigation controller and updated all irrigation satellites as well. We will be working out some frost heave areas in fairways over the coming years along with rebuilding and enlarging select tees. Fairway lines and fairway bunkers will be moved, and a handful of greenside bunkers will be moved significantly as well. The Intern will be involved in all facets of managing this property (and not just in the grunt ways). Spray and fertilizer applications (and the calibration of such), irrigation repairs and setting the system to run for the night, mower maintenance: grinding reels/bedknives, setting cutting units, etc, and learning the operations of all equipment. I am one who looks to maintain a good work/life balance, and this is an amazing place to do so, as we have Acadia National Park as our neighbor. This is a great area to raise a family, as I am doing myself. For an outdoorsman, this area will not disappoint. The hiking, canoeing/kayaking, rock climbing, fishing, and hunting opportunities in the area are truly second to none.
- $17/hr + Free Housing
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By Champions Golf Club, - Houston, Texas
The day to day responsibilities of this position are all dependent on the individuals experience, skill level, aptitude, and desire to improve themselves. With two golf courses to maintain, this would be a great opportunity to gain exposure to all aspects of golf course maintenance. 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 and Assistant Superintendents in all forms of golf course maintenance.
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By The Quechee Club, - updated March 7 - Quechee, Vermont
The Quechee Club is a private 36 hole championship golf and four season recreational community located in south central Vermont. The club is situated on 5,000 acres and also offers a small downhill ski area, X/C skiing, 11 tennis courts, 2 platform courts, indoor & outdoor pools, fitness center, 50 acre recreational lake, polo field, athletic fields etc. In addition, the "Upper Valley" area has lots of other outdoor recreational activities to offer along with the cultural offerings of Woodstock, Vermont and Dartmouth College, which is located just across the Connecticut River in New Hampshire. We are looking for driven and motivated individuals who have the short term goal of becoming an assistant golf course superintendent and eventually a golf course superintendent. The qualities we value are a good work ethic, a keen eye with attention to detail, eagerness to learn, and willing to work overtime when necessary to provide our membership with the best quality product possible. Our internships will be specifically tailored to the individuals' needs based on past experience and what they desire to focus on while interning. Interns will be required to obtain a Vermont State Pesticide applicators license while here and will become an integral part of our plant protectant applications program. In addition, interns will have some crew scheduling and leadership opportunities along with daily course set up & scouting, hand watering, irrigation repairs, project work, etc. Interns leave with a well rounded exposure to all facets of turfgrass management and successful interns are strongly considered for future employment opportunities that may arise along with being offered help in achieving their future career objectives.
- $19.00/hr to start ($.50 increase upon obtaining Pesticide license).
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By Boot Ranch, - updated March 5 - Fredericksburg, Texas
Boot Ranch is a Hal Sutton design, located in Fredericksburg the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The property consists of an 18-hole top 10 ranked golf course in Texas, 34-acre golf Practice Park, Ranch club with pools and sports campus, clubhouse and a lake club nestled on an 11-acre lake. In 2017 the club underwent a successful 3-million-dollar renovation including: the construction of the 1 acre putting green and community park, new bunkers with bunker solution liners, conversion of 28 bent-grass greens to tiff-eagle ultra-dwarf Bermuda, and several other changes to further improve the playability of the golf course. In 2020 we successfully hosted the Texas State Amateur that opened the door to future events through the Texas Golf Association. This position is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate(s) to learn the necessary knowledge and skills to advance in their career. The successful candidate(s) will be involved in all aspects of the day to day operations of the golf course including but not limited to: small crew management, daily planning, spraying, record keeping/recording data and water management. As an intern you will work closely with the superintendent, assistant, mechanic and a year-round crew of approximately 18. This summer we will be working on several in house project: eliminating contamination in collars/approaches, building new tee boxes, and finishing up a brand new irrigation installation for our new Tennis Club. All of these will be excellent opportunities to broaden your knowledge.
- 16 per/hr. w/ overtime, housing & every other weekend off
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By Lost Tree Club, - updated March 1 - North Palm Beach, Florida
Lost Tree is looking to hire a hard-working, highly motivated individual beginning their career in the golf course management industry. The golf course intern will work closely with all members of the golf maintenance staff to gain experience in all facets golf course management. Duties will include, but are not limited to: daily golf course setup, fertilizer and pesticide applications, sprayer and spreader calibration, irrigation troubleshooting and repairs, aggressive summer cultural practices, small project management, and crew management. The experience gained should allow the intern to successfully transition into a full-time entry position within the industry following the completion of their education. Lost Tree Club is a private, 18-hole facility located in North Palm Beach, Florida. Originally designed by Mark Mahannah in 1961, the course underwent a major renovation in 2002, designed by Jack Nicklaus. We maintain TifEagle bermudagrass greens, seashore paspalum tees, Celebration bermudagrass fairways and TifSport roughs. The irrigation system is supplied through a reverse osmosis plant and consists of Toro Lynx central control with Network VP field controllers. Lost Tree recently completed Phase 1 of the golf course master plan with the renovation of its practice facility in summer 2021. Changes included rebuilding the range tee, expanding the chipping area, and the addition of two practice bunkers, two chipping greens, and two putting greens.
- $16 per hour
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