Ryan Severidt, 1201 Rockville Pike, Rockville, Maryland, 20852,
Woodmont CC, located near Washington DC, is a private 36 hole country club dedicated to continuous improvement and giving employees the best learning opportunities possible. Past Assistants have had the opportunity to manage tee constructions, building improvement projects, housing upgrades, green alterations, bunker renovations, and many other golf course improvement projects. Managing these types of projects and involvement in annual planning and budgeting has helped prepare Assistants make an easy transition into a Superintendents role.
The North Course was built in 1951 and features A-4 USGA greens, Penncross tees and fairways, and combination of Kentucky bluegrass/tall fescue rough. The North Course is currently in the process of a complete bunker renovation that also includes re-grassing approaches to 007 bentgrass, green complex adjustments, and fairway alterations.
The South Course was built in 1955 and features Meyer zoysiagrass fairways and push-up Poa/bent greens. A South Course master plan was developed which includes a full renovation of the golf course - greens, tees, fairways, bunkers and irrigation.
Woodmont has developed a strong relationship with the USGA and looks forward to hosting the 2020 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship. Woodmont is also an annual host of the U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier, which features a number of current PGA Tour professionals and top amateur's.
Applicants should have completed, or be pursuing a 2-4 year degree in turfgrass management or a related field.
Applicants should have some golf course experience and be pursuing a career in golf course management.
We are looking for hard working, self-motivated, individuals who are willing to work in a positive team environment and seek learning opportunities to advance in the field of Golf Course Management. Assistants will be involved in the daily management of either the North or South Course and will work closely with the Superintendent and other Assistant Superintendent's. Experience in the following areas is preferred, but not required: fertilizer/pesticide calibration and application, course setup, irrigation repair, disease identification and water management.
Spanish speaking skills are a plus, but not required
housing, health/dental/vision insurance availability, meals, vacation and sick time, 401K w/ match, uniforms, local and national association dues, golfing privileges, and continuing education opportunities.
Assistant Superintendents will work every other weekend through the golf season. during the off season, weekends will be reduced to 1 in 7. Each assistant is also required to take a 5 day summer vacation.