The Honors Course is an eighteen-hole private golf club designed by Pete Dye. The course was a dream by owner Jack Lupton to “Honor” amateur golf. Since its beginning in 1983, The Honors Course has hosted the 1986, 2004 and 2014 Southern Amateur, the 1989, 1999 and 2009 Tennessee State Amateur, The 1991 U.S. Amateur, the 1994 Curtis Cup, the 1996 and 2010 NCAA Championship, the 1999 Palmer Cup, the 2005 U.S. Mid-Amateur, the 2011 USGA Senior Women’s Amateur, the 2016 U.S. Junior Amateur and The Southern Amateur in 2023. The Honors Course is has consistently ranked in the Top 30 by Golf Digest Magazine’s 100 Greatest Courses of America andin the top 25 of America’s Best Modern Courses by Golfweek.
Seeking motivated individuals with the passion for the golf industry.
All 3, 5 and 8-month internships are welcomed.
Interns can start as early as February 2023.
Interns will be mentored in ALL aspects of golf course maintenance including but not limited to warm season turfgrass management experience, UltraDwarf Bermudagrass experience, ability to multi-task & handle a fast-paced working environment with a strong sense of urgency at a Top 100 Golf Club, moisture management, greens mowing, use a range of sprayer equipment for pesticide applications, experience with Toro irrigation systems, crew management and budgeting.
Housing will be provided and plenty of overtime will be available.
Upon completion of internship, possible full-time employment maybe offered to graduating students.
Benefits include: Free on-site housing, uniforms, meals, golfing privileges, and pay will start at $14.00/hr. based on experience.
Must be enrolled in a 2 year or 4 year Agronomic/Golf Course concentration program.
Preferably at least one golf course internship or seasonal job on golf course maintenance crew.