By Charlotte Country Club,
Charlotte, North Carolina,
- updated Friday at 05:15 PM
Charlotte Country Club is a private 18-hole facility dating back to 1910 with an original Donald Ross design restored in 2007. Our Assistant-in-Training program offers graduates hands on experience in every facet of golf course management ranging from management of staff, scheduling, along with equipment operation, application of fertilizers and pesticides, water management and daily golf course set up. In addition to experience gained on the course, our Golf Course Superintendent provides bi-weekly educational meetings covering topics such as professionalism, marketability, calibration, nutrition requirements and timing, soil testing, irrigation, budgeting, and compound and fertilizer programs.
Our historic 68,000 square foot Clubhouse was restored in 2008-2009. The Golf Learning Center was constructed this past year that includes top of the line training technology and lounge areas for our members. Our outstanding tennis facilities include 12 clay courts and 4 hard courts. The pool complex is under a complete renovation currently, housing four swimming pools including a competition pool, diving pool, adult pool, and children’s pool.
Golf Course Facts
Charlotte Country Club maintains an excellent relationship with the USGA. The Club has hosted;
·1972 U.S. Amateur
·2000 U.S. Senior Amateur
·2010 U.S. Women’s Amateur
·2018 U.S. Mid-Amateur
·Carolinas Amateur 5 Times, with another scheduled for 2022
In 2024 we will be hosting the ACC Championship and are currently finalizing deals for other USGA championships in the near future.
In 2009, Golf Digest awarded CCC with the “Best Remodel of 2009.”
Currently, we are working with Kyle Franz on the execution of a Master Plan scheduled for 2025 that will result in a restoration of greens, bunkers, tees, and instillation of a new irrigation system.
Assistant-in-Training must be an Agronomy or Turfgrass Management graduate with a minimum of 2 years’ experience. Individuals must possess a high level of dedication, be very detail oriented, enthusiastic, and devoted to a career in the golf course industry.
Please submit your resume to:
John Szklinski, Golf Course Superintendent at
Highly Competitive Wage (DOE). Other benefits include uniforms, employee meals, and golf privileges, health benefits and 401(k).