- 57Golf Course Superintendent
- 2Superintendent/General Manager
- 154Assistant Superintendent
- 532nd Assistant Superintendent
- 3Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 56Equipment/Shop Manager
- 30Turf Equipment Technician
- 4Assistant Equipment Technician
- 15Spray/Applications Technician
- 16Irrigation Technician
- 2Irrigation Manager
- 2Sports Turf Manager
- 6Sports Turf Technician
- 9Landscape Manager
- 6Landscape Technician
- 6Lawn Care Manager
- 16Lawn Care Technician
- 1Parks Supervisor
- 2Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 10Crew Foreman
- 3Equipment Operator
- 16Grounds Staff
- 111Seasonal Intern
- 5Sales Representative
- 2Sales Manager
- 2Pro Shop/Golf Manager
By Stone Harbor Golf Club, - updated January 16 - Cape May Court House, New Jersey
Set on over 350 acres in historic Cape May Court House, and minutes from the South Jersey beaches and Atlantic City, the Stone Harbor Golf Club offers an unparalleled private golf club experience. The Desmond Muirhead design has evolved since its inception and has been voted one of the "Top Ten" Private Clubs in the State of New Jersey. The club consistently receives accolades for its outstanding condition and its challenging layout. Stone Harbor Golf Club has embarked on an inspired five year restoration project designed by Golf Course Architect, Tyler Rae. Tyler’s master plan renderings for Stone Harbor have breathed new life and excitement into the golf course. His vision for Stone Harbor combines his skillful eye for architecture with an appreciation for the celebrated history of the original design. Stone Harbor Golf Club Master Plan · Assist in the planning, scheduling, and supervising the cultural programs of the golf course ·Train and instruct equipment operators in the safe, efficient operation and care of all equipment and golf course management techniques. · Assist in the personnel management, evaluation, and planning of a daily work schedule. ·Perform any aspect of routine maintenance conducive to producing championship conditions. ·Operate all equipment used in the daily maintenance of the golf course. ·Perform pesticide calibration and applications, manage drainage and irrigation projects, irrigation repairs and programming ·Participate in continuing education courses designed to promote your career as a Superintendent. ·Track labor performed so that associated costs of services is well represented. ·Make decisions based on the programs that are in place and act as a leader.
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By Skytop Lodge, - updated January 16 - Skytop, Pennsylvania
The elegance of nature. The luxury of a timeless retreat. An oasis for adventure. Discover the Poconos you never knew existed. Just outside the city, an exceptional experience beckons, where families come together and events become extraordinary. Since 1928, this majestic 5,500-acre escape has been the ultimate destination for time-honored traditions and memory-making excursions. Here, the unrivalled old-world charm of our Inn, Lodge and Cottages blends seamlessly with nature’s grandeur and world-class service, all awaiting your arrival. Welcome to Skytop Lodge, the hidden jewel nestled at the top of the Poconos. PRIMARY DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS: On a seasonal basis, participate actively in the following tasks: 1. Mowing, weed whacking, weeding and edging flowerbeds and raking. 2. Cutting firewood, trimming brush and trees. 3. Setting up picnic for guest functions. 4. Shoveling snow, shoveling rooftops, putting up snow fence. 5. Trail maintenance, including grooming cross-country ski trails; operating and maintaining toboggan chute. 6. Other miscellaneous grounds maintenance tasks such as picking up trash and garbage; putting up and taking down of awnings; cleaning gutters 9. Mow greens and tees on golf course 10. Assist in seeding, laying sod, and renovating turf areas. 11. Rake leaves, haul debris, trim trees and brush. 12. Assist with other maintenance and renovation projects, including winter ski season snow making and lift operation. This position has advancement potential within the department towards technical tasks and other areas of the resort.
- $14 an hour, housing available
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By Baton Rouge Country Club, - Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Baton Rouge Country Club was built in 1916 and is a private, member owned club in the heart of Baton Rouge, LA. It has had several designers but the most recent renovation was by Rees Jones in 2007. This property consists of an 18 hole golf course, with two practice greens and a driving range. Grass varieties include MiniVerde greens, Tifway 419 tees, fairways and rough, along with a couple tees and greenside bunker surrounds being Zeon Zoysia. The crew is consistently around 16-20 year round, including three managers, and three mechanics. The club just completed a major turf drainage project on all 18 holes and installed new cart paths. Also, we have just wrapped up a complete hole redesign with two new bunkers. -Interns will be involved in all aspects of golf course management. -This includes small crew and project management, spraying and calibration, irrigation repair, equipment operation, budgeting, etc. -Interns will be exposed to the detailed maintenance of a high-end private club. -Will work with the Assistant and Superintendent on a daily basis. -If willing, you will be exposed to greens committee meetings. -Also will be heavily involved in tournament set up and conditioning. -Hand watering, scheduling, and sod preparation and installation will also be a major part of the interns time here. -Will also have the ability to work in the shop with the Equipment Manager and Assistant Mechanic.
- $17-19 / Hour +OT
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By Hershey Entertainment & Resorts, - Hershey, Pennsylvania
Job Description: This position is responsible for maintaining the golf courses and grounds at the Hershey Country Club & Spring Creek Golf Course. This is a seasonal position. The working schedule may include morning, mid-day, evenings, weekends and holidays based on operational needs. Job Functions: Responsible for maintaining turf and sand traps at highest quality using fertilizers, sprayers, mowers, sand trap rakers and sprinklers Maintaining mowers and other equipment in good working condition Maintaining appearance of trees and flowers by planting, weeding and pruning Keeping irrigation systems in proper working order Completing all tasks as assigned, and exhibiting safe and productive work habits. Basic Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age or older. Must possess a valid PA driver's license. Additional Qualifications: Experience a plus, but will train. Must be self -motivated with attention to detail Knowledge and safe use of hand and/or power equipment involved in grounds maintenance helpful but not necessary. Working Conditions: Must be able to work a flexible schedule to include weekends and overtime. Must be able to work in combination of indoor and outdoor weather conditions Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and operate heavy machinery Must be able to work unsupervised Must be able to work on feet for extended periods of time This is a union position and the work schedule will be based on union seniority. Candidates must be able to meet scheduled requirements, which will most likely require evening and weekend hours. Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. Hershey Entertainment & Resorts is an Equal Opportunity Employer
- 12.00 per hour
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By Hershey Entertainment & Resorts, - Hershey, Pennsylvania
Job Description: "For Internal applicants, the Internal posting period for this position is 01/05/2022 through 01/12/2022." Position is responsible for maintaining the turf, sand traps, landscape beds, trees and any other necessary part of the golf course. Greenskeeper II employees will have the opportunity to progress to a Greenskeeper I position based on experience and skill level. Basic Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age or older. Must have a valid driver's license. Additional Qualifications: Experience a plus, but will train Be able to operate manual transmission Self-motivated with strong attention to detail Knowledge of power equipment helpful Working Conditions: Able to work flexible schedule Able to lift 50 lbs. Must be able to work unsupervised Able to work on feet for extended periods of time This is a union position and the work schedule will be based on union seniority. Candidates must be able to meet scheduled requirements, which will most likely require evening and weekend hours. Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. Hershey Entertainment & Resorts is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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By Capital City Country Club, - Tallahassee, Florida
Capital City Country Club is an 18 hole layout designed by A.W.Tillinghast in the 1930's. The club is right Downtown and the State Capitol is visible from a few holes. The club is member owned and operated. Membership is extremely appreciative of maintenance staff which has helped create a very positive working environment. The Assistant Superintendent will work closely with the Superintendent to manage all aspects of the golf course and facility grounds. This will include, but is not limited to, crew management, pesticide/fertilizer applications, directing job assignments, course setup, staff training, hiring, moisture management, irrigation repair, drainage repair/installation, and overseeing/correcting quality of work.
- 40-50k DOE
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By Inverness Club, - updated January 15 - Toledo, Ohio
Inverness Club Golf Course Turf Team Position History: Located in Toledo, Ohio the prestigious Inverness Club has cemented its place in professional golf history. With a rich history of hosting major tour events including the 1920,1931,1957 and 1979 U.S Opens as well as the 1986, 1993 PGA Championship and 2003 and 2011 U.S Senior Open the Inverness Club is highly dedicated to providing the most elite playing surfaces possible for the best players in the world. Most recently the Club hosted the 2019 U.S. Junior Amateur and 2020 LPGA Drive On Championship the Restart the LPGA season and the 2021 Solheim Cup. Originally designed in 1903 Inverness was built on a unique undulated plot of land, in 1916 the club hired Donald Ross to construct a championship caliber golf course. Turf Graduate Mission: Working with Five-Time major host and experienced leader, John Zimmers, Inverness is seeking highly motivated and determined turf graduates. Turf Graduates will be exposed to all facets of day to day tasks on a Championship Caliber Course. Assistants are expected to have a positive attitude, be prompt and on time in a professional manner and most importantly eager to learn. Responsibilities: Perform all mowing tasks on the golf course. (Greens, Approaches, Tees, Rough and Fairways) · Rolling · All aspects of bunker maintenance · Participate in daily course preparation (selecting hole locations and moving tee markers). · All types of Aerification and cultural practices. · Chemical and fertility applications and calibration · Irrigation and drainage installation, troubleshooting and repair · All forms of watering on various playing surfaces · Efficiently leading groups in various tasks Application Instructions: Send cover letter and resume to Ryan Kaczor at Rkaczor@Invernessclub.com.
- Based On Experience(Highly Competitive)
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By Inverness Club, - Toledo, Ohio
Inverness Club Golf Course Turf Team Position History: Located in Toledo, Ohio, the prestigious Inverness Club has cemented its place in professional golf history. With a rich history of hosting major tour events including the 1920,1931,1957 and 1979 U.S Opens as well as the 1986, 1993 PGA Championship and 2003 and 2011 U.S Senior Open. The Inverness Club is highly dedicated to providing the most elite playing surfaces possible for the best players in the world. The Club recently hosted the 2021 Solheim Cup, 2020 Drive On Championship and the 2019 U.S Junior Amateur. Originally designed in 1903, Inverness was purchased on a unique undulated plot of land. Donald Ross was hired by the club in 1916 to construct a championship caliber golf course. Intern/ Turf Graduate Mission: Working with Five-Time major host and experienced leader, John Zimmers, Inverness is seeking highly motivated and determined interns and turf graduates. All interns and graduates will be exposed to all facets of golf course maintenance on a day to day basis. Interns are expected to have a positive attitude, be prompt and on time in a professional manner and most importantly eager to learn. Responsibilities: · Perform all mowing tasks on the golf course. (Greens, Approaches, Tees, Rough and Fairways) · Rolling · All aspects of bunker maintenance · Participate in daily course preparation (selecting hole locations and moving tee markers). · All types of Aerification and cultural practices. · Chemical and fertility applications and calibration · Irrigation and drainage installation, troubleshooting and repair · All forms of watering on various playing surfaces · Efficiently leading groups in various tasks Application Instructions: Send cover letter and resume to Ryan Kaczor at Rkaczor@Invernessclub.com.
- $15 + Free Housing
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By Brooklawn Country Club, - Fairfield, Connecticut
Assists the golf course superintendent with the development and management of a golf course. The responsibilities are to supervise and participate in the construction and maintenance of the golf course and club property, to supervise and participate in the service and repair of the turf grass equipment and construction equipment, o keep and to prepare appropriate records and reports.
- $65000 ++
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By Highlands Falls Country Club, - Highlands, North Carolina
Highlands Falls Country Club is a very up-scale, private, 18 hole club located in the western NC mountains. HFCC is originally a Joe Lee design that has just been renovated by celebrated architect Bill Bergin. Additionally, the club has been featured in many different publications. The par-3 15th hole, perched on a rock ledge underneath a 100-foot waterfall is created by the headwaters of the Cullasaja River. It is this hole that Ron Whitten, Golf Digest Senior Editor of Architecture, described as “the most memorable par three in golf”. Highlands Falls mountain setting is the canvas on which players experience 6,300 yards of manicured playing surfaces flowing up and down over 250 vertical feet of elevation change, exploiting the dramatic features of the land. It is a compelling journey of excitement and reward, as well as a thrill of anticipation of what grand panoramic view might be presented around the next bend. In 2020, Bill Bergin, ASCGA, and his team at Bergin Golf Designs elevated the golf experience at Highlands Falls to an even higher level. While keeping to the original playing corridors, he has fashioned a new experience based on the design strategies of golden age architects. “Highlands Falls is blessed with beauty and, while the original course took advantage of the diverse landscape, we discovered even more opportunities to integrate golf into its incredible mountain setting,” commented Bergin. “Rock outcroppings, rhododendron and hemlock trees abound, as the routing of the course is finessed across a diverse landscape that includes either a pond or stream on thirteen of the eighteen holes. Our goal was to position Highlands Falls as a premier facility in Western North Carolina. We have accomplished that and more.” The club is seasonal with the course being opened from May through October. During this period, the course remains in tournament condition. All course projects are done during the off-season. This is an excellent opportunity for a AIT, 2nd assistant, or assistant who wants to learn at a facility with many resources and wants to become a successful golf course manager. During the recent renovation, all of the fairways were sodded with 007 bentgrass, the greens were seeded with 777 bentgrass, and the rough sodded with fescue/K. bluegrass. The irrigation system is new with in's/out's on greens and fairways. Cart paths are scheduled to be completely redone this spring. In addition the renovation, the maintenance department will be starting a new John Deere equipment lease in March. All spraying will also be done with new GPS sprayers.
- $45 - $51,000
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By Torreon Golf Club, - Show Low, Arizona
Torreon Golf Club in Show Low, AZ is excited to announce the exceptional career opportunity of 2nd Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. Qualified candidates will thrive in a hospitality environment and be highly focused on providing superior service to the clubs managed by Troon. Key Responsibilities: • Crew Management/Training • Irrigation Management • Calibrate/Apply liquid and granular fertilizer/pesticide applications Qualifications: • Must possess a minimum 2 year turf certificate or higher or 4 years in a supervisor role in golf maintenance • Currently possess or be able to obtain an AZ Certified Applicator license within 30 days of hire • Have extensive knowledge of Rain Bird Nimbus II central operations and Rain Bird field components • Ability to work long hours, weekends, holidays, and in all weather conditions • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel as well as general computer skills
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By University of Louisville Athletic Association, - Simpsonville, Kentucky
The Irrigation Technician, under the supervision of the Senior Assistant Superintendent, is responsible for the programming, operation and maintenance of the University of Louisville Golf Club irrigation system(s). The irrigation technician is required to report any irregularities in course turf quality to the Senior Assistant Superintendent. Job Responsibilities: Responsible for programming, operation and maintenance of irrigation system for golf course Waters greens, tees and fairways Operates irrigation heads in dry areas needing additional water Repairs the irrigation system, pipes and irrigation heads as needed Completes requests for irrigation and course parts and supplies Grades and prepares soil base, lays sod, and seeds greens, tees and fairways Monitors water levels and testing Coordinates pump servicing Ability to work nights and weekends, holidays, or winter breaks in a variety of weather conditions will be essential to the job responsibilities Other duties as assigned by the Senior Assistant Superintendent
- $12.54 - $21.26 per hour
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By Hummer Turfgrass Systems, - updated January 14 - Manheim, Pennsylvania
Hummer Turfgrass Systems is a leader in natural grass sports field construction, renovation, and maintenance. We pride ourselves on our 50-year history of service to the industry while also staying at the forefront of technology and equipment. We are seeking multiple Sports Field Crew Member to join our growing team. As a member of our team, you will work on natural grass sports field projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Most of our work is within 2-3 hours of Lancaster, working on sports fields (municipal, high school, college/university and professional). You will work as a part of a team to complete the projects at a high level of quality with working with excavation and turf equipment as well as hand tools. What's it like working for Hummer Turfgrass Systems? We specialize in field construction and renovation, field maintenance, baseball /softball, infield renovations and irrigation services. Our employees are exposed to various aspects of the turf industry, and it is a great entry point for someone with minimal to no experience in a landscape setting. At Hummer Turfgrass, we pride ourselves on our affiliations with the top Colleges and Universities, Private & Professional Organizations, Private & Public Schools, Sports Complexes and golf courses. We are honored to be trusted to provide them with the design and construction of high use natural grass athletic fields. To learn more, please visit https://hummerturf.com Compensation & Benefits Salary - $45,000 to $70,000 (pay rate is hourly in a nine-month season) We offer benefits including paid time off, overtime after 8 hours daily, health insurance and 401K with match. The majority of the work is Monday through Friday. Occasionally we must complete work on Saturday due to weather Preferred Qualifications A background in a related field such as excavating, landscaping, sports turf, or golf landscape or irrigation is a great starting point for this position but not required. High school or GED Certificate We will train candidates that show a willingness to learn. Working as a part of a team Willingness to take direction and learn new skills Responsibilities / Duties Knowledge and experience on equipment is desired but not required Understanding of basic hand tools Use hand tools, such as shovels, rakes, pruning saws, saws, hedge or brush trimmers, or axes. Operate vehicles or powered equipment, such as mowers, tractors, twin-axle vehicles, snow blowers, chainsaws, electric clippers, sod cutters, or pruning saws. Water lawns, trees, or plants, using portable sprinkler systems, hoses, or watering cans. Prune or trim trees, shrubs, or hedges, using shears, pruners, or chain saws. Care for established lawns by mulching, aerating, weeding, grubbing, removing thatch, or trimming or edging around flower beds, walks, or walls. Follow planned landscaping designs to determine where to lay sod, sow grass, or plant flowers or foliage. Mow or edge lawns, using power mowers or edgers. Rake, mulch, and compost leaves. Plan or cultivate athletic fields or golf courses Care for natural turf fields, making sure the underlying soil has the required composition to allow proper drainage and to support the grasses. Haul or spread topsoil or spread straw over seeded soil to hold soil in place.
- $45,000 to $70,000 (pay rate is hourly in a nine-month season)
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By Greenwich Country Club, - updated January 14 - Greenwich, Connecticut
Founded in 1892, Greenwich Country Club was designed by Seth Raynor. Located 35 miles northeast of NYC, GCC is a progressive club dedicated to providing the best playing conditions on a daily basis. GCC completed a major upgrade to the golf course in 2018/2019, rebuilding of all greens, complexes and bunkers took place. Transitioning from poa push-up greens to bentgrass USGA spec greens. In conjunction a new state of the art Rainbird IC irrigation system was installed. Future projects call for relocation of 2.5 holes, opening up interior campus space for expanded member activities, construction of a new short game area and a Golf Learning Center, rebuilding of all tee complexes and new maintenance facility. Slated for 2022 is ongoing tree removal, extensive in-house drainage improvements, fairway conversion to bentgrass. Future plans include
- $65,000-$70,000, bonus potential
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By Bellewood Country Club, - North Coventry, Pennsylvania
Bellewood Country Club is currently looking for a Golf Course Superintendent to manage all aspects of their golf and grounds facility. Bellewood CC is a single-family owned private club, with an active membership and an extensive schedule of club tournaments and member events. Opened in 1998, the course features a predominantly links style layout, with rolling terrain, sand based greens, bentgrass tees, greens, and fairways, and over 30 acres of fine fescue native areas. Duties and Responsibilities Maintain all club facilities (18 hole golf course, driving range, club grounds, and pool complex) Hire and manage a staff, including assistants, mechanic, and season employees Coordinate scheduling and operations with club's general manager and head golf professional Bear responsibility for all grounds department purchasing, including equipment Maintain open lines of communication with members, responding to inquiries and concerns Manage departmental inventories and purchase histories Maintain turf health and quality, while providing firm and fast playing conditions Supervise operational and safety training for all departmental employees
- Commensurate with experience
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By The Club at 3 Creek, - updated January 14 - Jackson, Wyoming
At 3 Creek interns will take on a pivotal role in all aspects of the golf course maintenance and be exposed to all phases of operations that make up our maintenance department. Including but not limited to: daily course setup, crew management, spray applications, and irrigation repair/installation. As a team our primary goal is to work with you and quickly and confidently teach the skills you will need to be a competitive candidate within the assistant superintendent job market. As an intern you will work hard, be challenged, and learn as a part of our team as we produce an exceptional product while maintaining a work / life balance that will make your time here not only enjoyable but memorable. Jackson Hole is a vibrant community that offers an abundance of world class outdoor activities and is located only miles from Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
- $21 +OT (increase pending applicator license achievement)
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By Charlotte Country Club, - updated January 14 - Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlotte Country Club is a private 18-hole facility dating back to 1910 with an original Donald Ross design restored in 2007. Over the tree line you can see the Charlotte skyline located just 4 miles west of the property. Our internship program offers students and graduates hands on experience in every facet of golf course management ranging from 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. Club Facilities 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.
- $16 + over time and housing
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By Charlotte Country Club, - updated January 14 - Charlotte, North Carolina
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. Club Facilities 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.
- Commensurate with experience
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By Dolphin Head Golf Club, - updated January 14 - Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Job Descriptions: Oversees the maintenance and construction of the 18 hole golf course and ensures that turf grass is repaired and maintained to established standards. Duties & Responsibilities: Works with the Superintendent to ensure that annual golf course maintenance budget and capital plans are maintained and followed. Supervises and assists maintenance staff in daily duties. Assists in the planning, organizing and direction of the maintenance and construction of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs and bunkers. Ensures all grounds and course maintenance equipment is properly maintained. Supervises all planting, fertilizing and care of turf, plants, shrubs, trees and other facilities on the golf course. Records all maintenance on course. Assists superintendent in preparing annual budget for department; takes corrective action as necessary to help assure that budget goals are met. Maintains course in proper playing condition. Ensures all associates obtain proper license needed to perform job tasks safely and within city, state and federal regulations. Communicates as necessary with other departments to discuss conditions of facilities, maintenance plans and scheduled events. Assists with snow removal. Incorporates safe work practices in job performance Regular & reliable attendance Perform other duties as assigned by management. Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee of this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. Degree/Licenses: Associates degree (AA) or equivalent form a two year college or technical school; or three to four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination and experience. Degree preference in agronomy/horticulture/plant/soil science. Physical Demands: The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Regularly required to have full range of mobility in upper and lower body; be able to reach overhead; be able to work in various positions, including stooping, standing, bending over, sitting, kneeling and squatting for extended periods of time; be able to lift, pull and push materials and equipment to complete assigned job tasks and is frequently able to lift 50 pounds of weight through the work day and occasionally lifts up to 100 pounds. Employee is regularly exposed to outdoor weather conditions, chemicals, pesticides, gasoline, vibration, mechanical hazards and electrical hazards. Work extended hours during golf season. Please Note: The chosen candidate will be required to successfully complete a comprehensive Background Check and a 4 Panel Drug Screen as a condition of employment.
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By Orchard Park Country Club, - ORCHARD PARK, New York
History Orchard Park Country Club was founded in 1916 originally as Park Country Club in Orchard Park. Park Country Club then built another course in the current location in Williamsville. In 1946 the members in Orchard Park leased the golf course from Park Country Club for 5 years and later purchased. It was renamed Orchard Park Country Club. Orchard Park Country Club has 4 tennis courts, one swimming pool, and a clubhouse. The original golf course was designed by Walter Travis. The original layout stayed intact until 1994 when 2 holes were built, 1 renovated, and 2 holes removed (#17 & #18). The project was done to move the practice facility near the Proshop/Clubhouse for accessibility. In 2000 #18 was renovated and in 2013 all the bunkers were renovated along with 2 major green expansions. In 2014-15 OPCC built a new state of the art 1000 sq. ft. 1500 GPM MCI pumphouse complete with irrigation parts storage and workspace. In 2018 #1 green was rebuilt to USGA specifications. OPCC is currently working on a Clubhouse Expansion Project. Any projects on the golf course are from a Golf Course Master Plan that was designed in 2004. Most items have been completed except some upgrades to the Grounds Department facilities and a new irrigation system. Beginning in August of 2022, we will be installing a new Toro Irrigation System with Leibold Irrigation, Inc. The system was designed by Tim Fredericks of Fredericks Mcguire Ltd., which also designed the pumphouse. The irrigations system was designed with future golf course improvements in mind. Job Duties: In 2022 the job will be lean heavily on the irrigation side working with our Irrigation Tech and Leibold Irrigation, Inc. But it will be a full-time position and working in the winter in the shop, removing trees, and performing snow removal. Assistant Irrigation Technician Duties: Repair Irrigation Locate irrigation pipe, wires, and drainage prior to new irrigation installation Maintain irrigation parts inventory & pumphouse/workspace Hand watering and syringing Spray Technician Duties: Apply pesticides and fertilizers Maintain applicator equipment and storage area Maintain proper records of applications Must possess applicator license or work towards completing course training and working as an apprentice under our Certified Applicators Regular Duties as needed: Mowing, trimming, and maintaining playing surfaces Bunker Maintenance Drainage Operating equipment in a proficient and safe manner Work hours will be 38-44 hours per week minimum with weekend availability Perform winter equipment maintenance as directed by Equipment Manager Snow Removal All other duties necessary to meet member expectations
- $16-$18/hr or DOE, this is a full-time year-around position
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By Hermitage Country Club, - Manakin-Sabot, Virginia
Hermitage Country Club was established in 1900. The club now boasts exemplary facilities including 36 holes of championship golf, indoor and outdoor tennis, swimming and expansive dining outlets. Hermitage is a family-oriented club with an acute focus on providing the best possible experience day in and day out. The Manakin Course underwent a conversion from cool season grasses to Latitude 36 bermudagrass fairways and rough in July 2019. 55 acres of short grass are all mowed together producing a unique and amazingly conditioned golf course. The Manakin greens remained A-1 bent grass. A bunker renovation using Capillary Concrete is currently ongoing. The Sabot Golf Course consists mainly of Vamont bermudagrass. In conjunction with a full HDPE Rainbird irrigation installation, the greens are also being converted to Pure Eclipse bentgrass. A bunker renovation was just completed with Capillary concrete and Spruce Pine sand. The back nine greens and irrigation will follow the front nine in November 2022. Hermitage will demand the most out of any student with any skill level. Our management staff prides themselves on making things as simple and efficient as possible. We have all the toys to learn with; GPS sprayers, moisture meters, drone, excavator, etc. Please explore the club website as well as the Hermitage GCM Blog. Duties will involve all aspects of Golf Course Management. Specifically this will include water management responsibilities, fertilizer and pesticide calibration and application as well as all aspects of turfgrass mowing, grooming, verticutting, topdressing, rolling and aerifying. Intern will also be involved in IPM strategies along with crew management and team building. An internship project will be self-created and accomplished during allotted internship period and at least one week will be spent with the equipment manager team. Interns are required to attend all manager meetings in the morning and will have responsibilities pertaining to happenings on the golf course as a whole. This will NOT be an exercise in weedeating and handwatering until 9:00 pm.
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By Hermitage Country Club, - updated January 14 - Manakin-Sabot, Virginia
Hermitage Country Club was established in 1900. The club now boasts exemplary facilities including 36 holes of championship golf, indoor and outdoor tennis, swimming and expansive dining outlets. Hermitage is a family-oriented club with an acute focus on providing the best possible experience day in and day out. The Manakin Course underwent a conversion from cool season grasses to Latitude 36 bermudagrass fairways and rough in July 2019. 55 acres of short grass are all mowed together producing a unique and amazingly conditioned golf course. The Manakin greens remained A-1 bent grass. A bunker renovation using Capillary Concrete is currently ongoing. The Sabot Golf Course consists mainly of Vamont bermudagrass. In conjunction with a full HDPE Rainbird irrigation installation, the greens are also being converted to Pure Eclipse bentgrass. A bunker renovation was just completed with Capillary concrete and Spruce Pine sand. The back nine greens and irrigation will follow the front nine in November 2022. Please explore the club website as well as the Hermitage GCM Blog.
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By Sunnehanna Country Club, - updated January 14 - Johnstown, Pennsylvania
About Sunnehanna: Sunnehanna Country Club is an 18-hole private club, nestled in the mountains of Western PA. designed in 1923 by A. W. Tillinghast and home to the prestigious Sunnehanna Amateur Tournament for Champions. Sunnehanna Country Club plays host many regional USGA and PGA events. Sunnehanna is rated in the top 20 courses in the state and top 150 classic courses in the country. The members at Sunnehanna Country Club are very proud of their golf course and are committed to keeping Sunnehanna one of the best maintained golf courses in the country. Success Traits of the Candidate: Drive, determination and a disciplined approach to achieving high quality and consistent results Specialized technical problem solving and ingenuity while working within organizational systems and technology, and the demonstration of the values of integrity, quality and caution. Strong communication skills amongst the management team with an opportunity for someone who engenders trust, demonstrates a sense of urgency and assures consistent achievement of quality standards. Actively desires to grow responsibilities Key skills essential for the role: Engages in professional educational development Willingness to learn and desire to advance in the golf industry Execution of daily maintenance practices of a top facility including cultivation, water management, mowing and grooming practices, pest and fertility management, bunker maintenance and other attention to detail items Daily scheduling and crew management with an emphasis on communication skills, leadership and cross-training Closely works with other managers including other key employee’s, Golf shop and Equipment Manager to ensure proper working conditions in the maintenance shop facilities and golf course. Develop proper communication channels to check systems, processes and work activities for potential improvements Collects data and tracking information to present informed management decisions Learn at Sunnehanna Sunnehanna Amateur tournament set up procedures Aggressive cultural turf management geared towards daily tournament conditions Fall of 2022 complete bunker rebuild project is scheduled Work with top rated golf Architect Bruce Hepner and Mcdonald and Sons golf
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By Atlanta Country Club, - updated January 14 - Marietta, Georgia
Atlanta Country Club, founded in 1964, is looking for recent turf graduates who would be interested in assisting and experiencing a major golf course renovation in 2022/2023 under design work from Beau Welling Design. This would be an excellent opportunity to build your resume with renovation experience that could set you apart in the future. Prior to the course renovation, the main focus of this position would be irrigation management with duties including: repairs and maintenance, installs, troubleshooting, and moisture management. Other duties include: chemical applications, project management, and course prep, and all other tasks related to golf course maintenance. Details of the renovation include: fairways, approaches, and tee boxes sodded to zoysia grass. The greens will be re-built and seeded with bentgrass. Bunkers will be re-built and subsurface drainage will be added throughout the property. In addition, there will be a complete rebuild of the irrigation system along with heating and cooling hydronics technology for the greens. The club has a rich history of professional golf having hosted the inaugural Players Championship won by Jack Nicklaus in 1974. In addition, the club hosted the PGA Atlanta Classic from1967-1996. Position is available now, but we will hold the position for spring '22 graduates.
- $42,000 +
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By Penlin Seeding Inc., - updated January 14 - Lockbourne, Ohio
About the Role Large seeding and erosion control contractor seeks applicants with a golf course, sports turf, or high-end lawn care background for their Lawn Care Manager position. The successful candidate's main responsibilities include pesticide and fertilizer applications to new and established turf, managing grow-in of new turf, and overseeing key maintenance accounts. The successful candidate will perform the following duties: Supervise and/or perform pesticide and fertilizer applications Train Lawn Care Technicians on company SOP and Ohio Department of Agriculture regulations for safe and accurate applications Manage turf grow-in on sites ranging from 1-50 acres in the commercial and sports turf sectors Maintain records, purchase orders, and process work orders to be converted to invoices Perform basic equipment maintenance of sprayer/spreaders, zero turn mowers, tractors, and utility vehicles Operate hydroseeding equipment, zero turn mowers, tractors, drill seeders, and skid/track loaders on an as needed basis Optional snow plowing duties available during the winter for additional compensation Who We Are Penlin Seeding Inc. is a family-owned company founded in 2003. We serve commercial, high-end residential, home builders, and sports turf clients throughout Central Ohio. Our company is a fairly small and tightknit bunch who strives to do our best on every single job. Our hours of work are Monday-Friday from 7:00AM to 4:00PM with a one hour lunch. Some Saturday work may be required to catch up from wet weeks. This position has the ability to flex hours day to day and week to week to meet the demands of work schedule or successful applicant's schedule. Our business has grown over 4X in the last 5 years. This is a growing company looking for people who want stability, honesty, and cameraderie in the workplace.
- $58,000-$65,000 salary plus bonuses
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