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|01/11/2017||Summer Internships - Vesper Country Club in Tyngsboro, MA|
Vesper Country Club in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts is currently looking for summer interns. Vesper is a very nice 18 club located about 45 minutes northwest of Boston with a fairly wealthy membership. We are looking for several driven young men or women to learn with us for the summer in all aspects of golf course maintenance including spraying, mowing, water management, etc. See pdf attachment for more information about the course, what we are looking for in our interns, and how to apply.
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|12/30/2016||Golf Course Maintenance Internships - Bonita Bay Club in Southwest Florida|
Bonita Bay Club is an exclusive club in a premier location.
Four Summer Internships Available
Free housing provided on-site, wage $12/hour plus generous overtime
5 private high-end golf courses at two different facilities, Arthur Hills and Tom Fazio architects
This is a great opportunity for learning, gaining experience and possible future employment. Previous interns are now our Assistant Superintendents and course superintendents. Responsibilities will include equipment operation, granular and foliar fertilizer applications, IPM techniques, spraying and calibration, irrigation operation and repair, as well as running small crews on various projects. Interns will rotate departments, courses and facilities. You will work with various crews, assistants and different Superintendents. 2017 summer projects include in house work for Bay Island modernization, new Creekside re-routing and state of the art short game areas. This is all in conjunction with our normal scheduled aerifications and other cultural practices. Huge investments continue to be made at the Club; please see website for more details and more information. www.bonitabayclub.net
Some experience is preferred but not necessary. We are looking for punctual, hard-working individuals with the drive and ambition to work in this industry. Internships will be tailored to your needs and experience level. Resumes and cover letters should be e-mailed to: Paulb@bonitabayclub.net
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|12/21/2016||Summer Internship - Columbia Country Club in Chevy Chase, MD|
Originally founded in 1898, with the current location founded in 1910, Columbia Country Club is one of the three original private clubs in the Washington DC area and has remained largely unchanged through its history. Columbia Country Club is a member owned club which offers a full range of athletic, social and recreational facilities, including an award winning 18 hole golf course and elaborate club facilities. Columbia hosted the 1921 US Open, the 2003 USGA Junior Amateur Championships, and the 2015 Maryland State Open. Located in Chevy Chase, Maryland, Columbia is located less than a mile from Washington DC. The course consists of Poa Annua greens and Ryegrass fairways.
Conditions at Columbia offer unique opportunities for interns interested in managing cool season grasses is the transition zone. Interns will be given the opportunity to learn advanced disease and water management strategies necessary to maintain high quality Poa Annua push up greens and Ryegrass fairways. In addition, interns will be heavily involved in all aspects of the maintenance of the golf course. These responsibilities include equipment operation, chemical planning and applications, calibration, irrigation repair, and crew management. Qualified candidates should be self-motivated, energetic and have the ability to interact with others in a team environment. Candidates should also be enrolled in a 2 or 4 year turf management program with aspirations of furthering his/her career in the golf industry.
Benefits include off site housing (less than a mile to the course), meals, uniforms, golfing privileges, and overtime as needed. Pay is $12/hour.
Please send resume and cover letter, along with any references, to Leo Gottgens, Assistant Superintendent, at firstname.lastname@example.org
|12/09/2016||Summer Internship - Kinloch Golf Club near Richmond, VA|
Kinloch Golf Club was the number one new private course built in 2001. We are the #1 course in the state of Virginia and ranked #56 in America’s top 100. The course was designed by architect Lester George and amatuer golfer Vinny Giles. The parkland style course has nineteen holes and a premier practice facility. The course turf is L-93 bentgrass greens, tees and fairways, and surrounded by tall fescue rough. The course is located twenty minutes west of Richmond, VA, on one of the most scenic pieces of property in the area.
Educational Requirements: Applicant must be currently enrolled in a Turf Management program
Experience Requirements: Previous work experience on a golf course or a landscape field would be preferred, but not required.
Special Requirements: Intern will be included in all facets of golf course maintenance including but not limited to: chemical and fertilizer applications, moisture management on all turf, irrigation repair and maintenance, daily course preparations, and informational sessions.
Date Available: Summer 2017
Application Instructions: All resumes and questions should be emailed to Robert Andershonis, at email@example.com
Salary Range: $12 per hour plus overtime
Benefits: Paid housing, uniforms, golfing privileges, and free lunch
|11/29/2016||Summer Internship 2017 - The University of Colorado Athletic Department in Boulder, CO|
The University of Colorado Athletic Department is seeking a highly motivated individual to assist with athletic field maintenance for the summer of 2017. This position must have a strong work ethic and be available and willing to work irregular hours and a significant amount of overtime, including evenings and weekends. This internship can start as early as mid-March and last through September. A background in athletic field management is highly desirable.
This position will assist in maintaining the natural grass of Folsom Field, football practice fields (including Indoor Practice Facility), soccer and track facilities, as well as other facilities managed by the Athletic Department. Duties also include preparing for special events (graduation, concerts, etc.), camps on fields and in facilities, and hands on experience involving all aspects of athletic field maintenance.
Interested parties should submit a cover letter and resume via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or mail prior to December 23, 2016. An additional application process may be required. The University of Colorado at Boulder is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.
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|11/12/2016||Internship Program - Carmel Country Club in Charlotte, NC|
Internship Program -- see pdf booklet
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|11/12/2016||Golf Course and Turfgrass Management Internship - Hyde Park Golf and Country Club in Cincinnati, OH|
The Hyde Park Golf and Country Club Grounds Department in Cincinnati, Ohio has two Turfgrass internship positions available for the upcoming 2017 season. HPGCC is a classic Donald Ross Club est. in 1909, located just minutes from Downtown. The club recently completed a bunker renovation in 2006 and replaced the irrigation system in 2008. Upcoming projects include; tee leveling, green drainage and practice facility renovation.
The intern will be exposed to the full gamut of golf course and turfgrass management issues faced in the northern transition zone. Our goal is to engage the intern with problem solving and looking at the big picture, while still having a work-life balance. Specific duties include;
Greens: Bentgrass Roughs: Turf Type Tall Fescue/ Kentucky Bluegrass
Fairways: Meyer Zoysia Equipment: John Deere/ Jacobesen
Tees: Bentgrass Irrigation: Toro Lynx
Please send resumes and cover letters via e-mail:
Attn: Pat O’Brien, MSM
|11/08/2016||Turfgrass Internship - Dedham Country and Polo Club in Dedham, MA|
Turfgrass Internship Positions Available at Dedham Country and Polo Club
History: The Dedham Country and Polo Club came into existence in 1910 because of a merger between the Norfolk Country Club and the Dedham Polo Club. Famed golf course designer, Donald Ross designed nine holes in 1912, but the 5th green appears to be the only surviving green of his design. In 1920, the club reorganized and purchased more land and in 1923, the renowned architect Seth Raynor was hired to design 10 new holes on this land. He also revised the original 9 holes into a new layout of 8 holes. May of 1925, the course was ready for play and the Dedham Country and Polo Club had a challenging 18 holes of golf. The Club has hosted one National Championship. The USGA Girls Junior Championship was held in August of 1975. The Club has also hosted numerous other state championships since that time. Today, Dedham is a very family oriented, respectful, ‘amenities-diverse’ operation in a highly desirable part of the Boston suburbs. Its proximity to one of the most unique and desirable cities in the U.S. (12 miles from downtown Boston), its schools and universities, its history and recreational opportunities, its iconic sports teams and so much more…...all while retaining a more rural ‘feel’ to the club location is unique. The overall environment is highly attractive for an employee looking to be part of a team where both members and staff feel part of a larger “family” environment.
Club Facts/ Features:
Job Description: Dedham Country and Polo Club is seeking qualified, highly motivated, team oriented individuals for our Turfgrass Internship positions. Turfgrass Interns will participate in a diverse range of activities involved in daily golf course maintenance and numerous course improvement projects. Interns will work closely with and report to the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Salary: $13/hr + Overtime Available: Flexible and dependent on Intern’s schedule
Uniforms Meals (lunch provided) Networking within the Turf Industry
On-site housing Golfing privileges Volunteering opportunities for PGA tournaments
Pro Shop discount Golf course construction Opportunity for Full-time employment upon graduation
Send Resume to: Matt Powell Green and Grounds Superintendent
|11/04/2016||2017 Internships - Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, KY|
Designed by all-time major Champion Jack Nicklaus, Valhalla’s quality is unparalleled in the Bluegrass State. Ranked No. 1 in Kentucky and among “America’s 100 Greatest Courses” by Golf Digest, we take great pride in providing pristine course conditions on a daily basis for the membership. Valhalla Golf Club is the flagship property for the PGA of America and is managed with the conviction to host world-class golf tournaments at a moment's notice.
During the peak of the season the maintenance team is comprised of 35-40 members. As a Valhalla Golf Club intern, there are general expectations you must fulfill. Applicants must be enrolled in either a 2 year or 4 year turf program, and have at least one year of experience working on the golf course. Interns will be expected to work long hours and be dedicated to the club and maintenance team. You will work closely with assistants learning all aspects of the maintenance operation, especially the intricacies of growing cool season turf in the transition zone.
Greens – T1 creeping bentgrass
Tees – Pennway creeping bentgrass
Fairways – Pennway creeping bentgrass
Primary Rough – tall fescue/bluegrass mixture
Step Cut Rough – bluegrass
Bunker Slopes – Meyer Zoysia
Native – Tall Fescue
Valhalla Golf Club, owned and operated by the PGA of American was founded by Dwight Gahm. It was Dwight Gahm’s vision to bring major championship golf to Louisville, Kentucky. Dwight appointed Jack Nicklaus in 1986 to design a signature golf course on 486 acres of rolling terrain 20 miles east of Louisville Kentucky. Since 1986 Valhalla has been the host site of five world-class tournaments.
To learn more about Valhalla Golf Club and our story visit our website at Valhallagolfclub.com and see the attached pdf.
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|10/31/2016||Summer Internship - Yeaman's Hall Club in Greater Charleston area, SC|
Yeamans Hall Club
Date Available: May 5, 2017
Benefits: Housing, Golfing Privileges, Internship Classes, Uniforms
Education Requirements: Currently seeking a 2 or 4 year degree from an accredited turf program
Experience requirements: Previous internship experience is preferred but not mandatory.
Special Requirements: Individual must be highly motivated and eager to learn. Must be dependable, punctual, and have a good work ethic.
Built in 1925 by Seth Raynor, Yeamans Hall Club is located just outside of Charleston, South Carolina. Currently ranked number 2 in South Carolina by Golf Digest and 38 in the country by Golfweek, Yeamans Hall is truly a hidden gem. It plays host to the College of Charleston’s annual Cougar Classic which features some of the top collegiate women’s golf teams in the country. During the summer of 2017, the golf course will be undergoing a major renovation to greens, fairways, tees and bunkers.
Job Description: Intern will work closely with superintendent team during 2017 golf course restoration which includes converting all greens to USGA specifications, regrassing greens with Champion bermudagrass, renovating tees and fairways with Celebration bermudagrass and restoring numerous tees and bunkers to their original location and shape. Intern will be involved with chemical/fertilizer applications, record keeping and water management of all playing surfaces.
Yeamans Hall club
Attn: Mark Druska
900 Yeamans Hall Rd.
Hanahan, SC 29410