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USGA East Region Agronomist
Pinehurst, NC

The USGA is a mission-based nonprofit organization whose purpose is to unify the game, showcase the best talent in golf, provide impartial governance and advance our impact on critical issues such as sustainability, accessibility and inclusion. We conduct the U.S. Open, the U.S. Women’s Open and 13 other national championships at America’s iconic golf venues. The USGA’s headquarters is located in Liberty Corner, N.J., with a new satellite Golf House Pinehurst campus scheduled to open in Dec. 2023.

The USGA Green Section Agronomist will develop and disseminate sustainable management practices, based on science and practical solutions, and to help golf facilities maintain better playing conditions through the USGA Course Consulting Service (on-site visits, championship consulting, education outreach, research, and projects).   For more information click here.


Manager, Green Section Education
Pinehurst, NC
Salary: 70,000 - $85,000
Application Deadline: Open until filled

The USGA is a mission-based nonprofit organization whose purpose is to unify the game, showcase the best talent in golf, provide impartial governance and advance our impact on critical issues such as sustainability, accessibility and inclusion. We conduct the U.S. Open, the U.S. Women’s Open and 13 other national championships at America’s iconic golf venues. The USGA’s headquarters is located in Liberty Corner, N.J., with a new satellite Golf House Pinehurst campus scheduled to open in Dec. 2023. For more, visit

The primary goal of the USGA Green Section education team is increasing the knowledge of best practices in golf course maintenance and sustainability among course maintenance professionals, golf course decision-makers, and golfers.

This position will play a key role in these efforts by helping to develop educational products that communicate:
• Best practices in golf course maintenance
• The latest in turfgrass and environmental research
• General information about course maintenance for golfers and community members
• Our educational content is primarily in written, video, and graphic form and is delivered through our bi-weekly digital magazine, our Twitter account, and through broader USGA channels
• This position will be actively involved in all of our content creation and communication work

What you'll do:
• Play a key role on the Green Section Record editorial team.

Duties include:
• Participating in content planning
• Writing and editing articles
• Assisting with assembly and publication of each issue
• Assist in developing Green Section videos, infographics, and other multimedia content for golfers and golf course maintenance professionals
• Contribute to various Green Section and USGA initiatives as needed
• Work with USGA content, communication, marketing, and brand teams to develop key messages around sustainability and improving the golf experience

Where you'll be:
• This role will be based at our new headquarters in Pinehurst, North Carolina, scheduled to open in December 2023.

What you bring:
• Bachelors degree in an area related to golf course maintenance or education
• 3+ years related work experience
• Golf course maintenance experience required
• Strong writing and editing skills required
• Demonstrated project management skills
• Knowledge of golf
• Interested in video, photography, and other forms of visual media preferred
• Strong attention to detail
• Ability to work independently
• Ability to manage multiple projects seamlessly while maintaining project timelines
• Desire to make a positive impact on the game of golf

What the USGA brings:
• Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision benefits, including a zero cost medical plan offered for all full-time employees
• Retirement plans, with up to 10% annual USGA contribution
• Suite of programs to promote physical, emotional, and financial well-being
• Generous bank of paid time off, plus the week between Christmas and New Years Day off
• Off-site team building events
• Professional development opportunities
• The USGA is an equal opportunity employer

Our organization believes we are stronger by embracing our diverse backgrounds and perspectives, promoting equity so all teammates can excel and grow in their careers, and fostering experiences to drive inclusion in our workplace and game. Golf is a game for everyone, and you are always welcome.

To Apply:
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Director of Agronomy
River Hills Country Club, Lake Wylie, SC
Salary: $90,000 - $100,000
Application Deadline: 5/31/2023

River Hills Country Club is looking for a Director of Agronomy. This position requires 3-5 years of experience as a Golf Superintendent or currently serving as a Director of Agronomy. Our golf course has just undergone resprigging of all Champion Bermuda greens and installation of a Toro Double-Row irrigation system. It is positioned to be one of the best golf courses in the area.

The salary range for this position is $90k - $100k, along with full benefits (medical, dental, vision, short term disability, 401(k) with a company match up to 4%, sick time, paid time off, and much more.

Experience with push-up greens, clay soil is a plus. Expertise with Bermuda is required. Experience with Toro Double -Row irrigation system is a plus.

Director of Agronomy Reports to:  General Manager

Supervises: Golf Course Superintendent

• Education and/or Experience Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy, Horiculture or Plant Science.
• Associate’s degree from an intensive two-year turf grass management program.
• Additional training in mechanics, design, surveying and ecology.
• Previous work as an assistant to an experienced Golf Course Superintendent.
• Previous supervisory experience in a club or golf course setting.
• Effectively managed and trained employees/the agronomy staff
• Demonstrated/effective process to track and manage the work hours necessary to complete agronomy tasks
• Demonstrated ability to prepare the agronomy budget and manage to it throughout the year
• Experience partnering with a Golf Course Architect to build out and work to execute to a Golf Course Master Plan.
• Job Knowledge, Core Competencies and Expectations Understand the rules of golf and be up-to-date on federal, state and local laws on golf course operations.
• Administrative and executive ability, especially critical in problem-solving and decision-making.
• Knowledge of ability to perform required role in emergency situations.
• Experience with Bermuda grass is required; experience with Champion Bermuda is a plus.
• Experience with Toro Double-Row Irrigation system a plus.
• Spanish speaking is a plus.

Job Summary (Essential Functions):
As Director of Agronomy, you are a key member of our Leadership team at RHCC and will play a critical role in overseeing agronomics of our world-class golf experience. Thriving in a fast-paced environment you will be entrusted to oversee the grow-in and maintenance of our 18-hole championship golf course and the practice facilities. You will also have opportunities to play a crucial role in the construction and improvement of our golf facilities. As an ambassador of RHCC, you will communicate to connect with team members, colleagues and leaders and will lead your team to ensure an exhilarating golf experience for RHCC guests. Responsible for the development and implementation of innovative, tailored agronomic strategies, you and your team will achieve financial targets while protecting and enhancing our beautiful River Hills Country Club.

Job Tasks/Duties
• Provide innovative agronomic direction for the care and healthy growth of our golf course, including grasses, trees, and surrounding environmental structures.
• Partner with the General Manager and leaders of the Golf Operation to ensure we continually exceed guest experience standards by providing firm, fast and fun conditions consistent with RHCC standards.
• Plan, develop, and execute all agronomic programs while leading long-term sustainable turf conditioning objectives.
• Oversee improvements to the property’s maintenance facilities, on-course structures, and nurseries.
• Grow-in appropriate turf types to balance financial and playability/guest experience objectives.
• Oversee effective ecosystem management, repair & mitigate feature erosion and provide strategies to protect and enhance the land used for golf.
• Coordinate golf course improvements, long-term plans, repairs, and maintenance programs while considering player access, golf season peaks and business volumes.
• Assist with the planning and execution of new developments and take responsibility for the acquisition, installation, and evaluation of infrastructure relative to property landscapes.
• Recruit, retain and inspire a best-in-class team.
• Provide clear and engaging leadership to all team members by communicating with the intent to connect.
• Communicate regularly and openly to create a positive and team-oriented environment.
• Implement industry-leading practices to attract, develop and retain top talent.
• Represent our RHCC brand with impact when reviewing construction specifications, sanctioning material testing & analysis, and installing infrastructure.
• Inspire colleagues to develop themselves and to coach their teams to enthusiastically perform to the highest standard.
• Coordinate and oversee ground team members in their personal/professional development plans while ensuring a positive work culture.
• Build strong relationships with the RHCC leadership team and key stakeholders.
• Develop and implement organizational efficiencies for the Agronomy/Turf team.
• Implement RHCC standard operating procedures pertaining to the property and maintenance of the turf departments and resort staff.
• Ensure strict compliance with guidelines pertaining to state and federal legislation, regulations, permits, and licenses.
• Create procedures to identify application equipment, technology and climate requirements, planting programs, data collection & analysis procedures for product applications.
• Oversee procurement of the equipment fleet & property assets for both golf and operational property maintenance, as authorized by General Manager.
• Assist with financial forecasts and analyzing budget variances directly with the General Manager and Controller.
• Efficient and timely preparation and submission of all required capital, operating budgets and financial reports.
• Maintain knowledge of current industry developments through continuous learning, attention to golf industry periodicals and participation in relevant trade associations and organizations.
• Select maintenance equipment required to maintain the golf facilities, leveraging RHCC’s relationships with global vendors/suppliers where possible.

Licenses and Special Requirements:
• Pesticide Application certification.
• Valid driver’s license.

Physical Demands and Work Environment:
• Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions.
• Frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals.
• Occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; high, precarious places; extreme cold; extreme heat; risk of electrical shock; and vibration.
• The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.
• Able to meet and perform physical requirements and to work effectively in an environment which is typical of this position.
• Frequent lifting, bending, climbing, stooping and pulling.

All interested, qualified applicants should send their resume’ to Accepting resume and cover letters by May 31, 2023.


Golf Course Superintendent
Cape Fear National Golf Club, Leland, NC
Salary: $90,000
Application Deadline: Open until filled

Cape Fear National is one of Wilmington, North Carolina’s most celebrated golf courses. Cape Fear’s award-winning 18-hole championship course is in a setting of unmatched natural beauty, with lush neighboring forests, expansive lakes and wetlands, on-course natural/native areas, a land that was “made for a golf course”. Under new ownership, the course was recently converted to a fully private club. Course improvements and renovations are planned for the immediate future. If you want to be part of the exciting future for this very special club, please apply to the email listed in this posting.

Job Summary:
The Golf Couse Superintendent is responsible for the successful operation of all golf course facilities including (but not limited to): · Clubhouse grounds, parking lot, landscape areas, golf course, practice facilities, maintenance facilities, etc.

The Golf Course Superintendent is also responsible for:
• Providing agronomic direction to ensure the golf course is maintained at the highest quality possible.
• Follow company standards for the healthy growth of the golf course grasses, trees, wetlands, and other applicable plant materials.
• Preparing an annual budget that achieves the financial goals of the property, along with proper forecasting, expense controls and labor management.
• All hiring, training, and development of staff.
• Ensuring that staff is working within OSHA, club safety, state, and federal guidelines.
• Ensuring that a sound preventative maintenance program is in place for the care and servicing of the golf course maintenance fleet of equipment.

Candidate Requirements:
• 3 - 5 years in Golf Course Maintenance management
• Min 2-year College Agronomy Degree required.
• Pesticide Applicators License, or ability to obtain one quickly.
• Advanced knowledge of regulatory requirements and record keeping as required by local, state, and federal laws.
• Willingness to be a diplomatic team player/leader with the ability to foster relationships with Members, Employees, and Guests.

Salary and Benefits:
• $90,000+ annually, based on experience
• Annual bonus
• Potential health, vision, and eye insurance available
• Annual vacation and personal time earned (per Heritage Golf Group policy)

Please forward all resumes to Dusty Graf, General Manager at



Golf Course Superintendent
Jones Course, The Golf Club at Lansdowne, Lansdowne, VA
Salary : $80,000- $85,000
Application Deadline: Until the position is filled


The Golf Club at Lansdowne is looking to fill a Superintendent position on the Jones Course with a self-starting, highly motivated, and creative candidate. This candidate should currently be a Superintendent or an assistant Superintendent for two years. The Golf Club at Lansdowne is a private 45-hole facility attached to a 4-star resort. The club has roughly 600 plus members and is constantly growing monthly. The courses include a 1989 RTJ II design course, a 2004 Greg Norman championship design course, and a spin-off of the Norman design nine-hole course called Sharkbite. The property covers around 485 acres and runs alongside the Potomac River in scenic upper Loudoun County. The Jones design course features Bent/Poa sand-based greens with Meyer Zoysia grass fairways and Penncross tee boxes. It's irrigated by a Toro lynx controlled central on the Osmaic controller. 

Key Responsibilities of the Golf Course Superintendent: Work closely with the Director of Agronomy to operate the golf course in a fiscally responsible and professional manner Plans organizes and directs the maintenance of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, and bunkers. Train, motivate, and develop both full-time and seasonal staff Must be able to work independently and possess problem-solving skills Work in a highly proactive matter Have strong knowledge of pesticide chemistries Diagnose and repair irrigation Mid-Atlantic experience is a plus but not required Minimum Qualifications for the Golf Course Superintendent: Associate’s degree (AA) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; and two to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience (Degree preference in agronomy/ horticulture/ plant/soil science). Must have a valid Driver’s License. Other Qualifications: Possesses Pesticide License. Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. The club is embarking on capital improvements that would be an excellent resume build opportunity for said candidate. Here are the proposed future projects: 1000+ feet of lunar drainage on Norman’s course Fairways (winter 2022-2023) In-house bunker renovation on Sharkbite (winter 2022) Reshaping of the 3rd hole on the Jones course (winter 2023) Bulkheading project and pond stabilization (winter 2024) RTJ irrigation system (fall on 2025) 

Interested applicants should email a resume to Marc Muniz, Director of Agronomy at



Golf Course Superintendent
Forest Oaks Country Club, Greensboro, NC
Salary: $65,000 - $75,000
Application Deadline: Open until filled

Forest Oaks Country Club is a semi-private golf club located 10 miles southeast of Greensboro NC. It was home to the PGA Tour’s Wyndham Championship from 1977-2007. The club came under new ownership in September of 2019 and has had major renovations. The Championship 18 holes have A1/A4 bent grass greens. And, except for a few Zeon zoysia grass shaded tee boxes, the course has TifSport Bermuda fairways, tees, and approaches with native fescue areas strategically placed throughout.

Priority Functions:
• Superintendent responsible for all phases of golf maintenance and agronomic operations, cost control, and personnel.
• Directs and participates in construction projects and maintenance of the grounds.
• Administers and enforces all club rules, regulations, and policies for staff.

Duties Include but not limited to:
• Oversees the care and maintenance of the turf, plants, shrubs, trees and wetlands on the facility grounds and neighborhood entrance.
• Manages irrigation systems.
• Recruits, supervises, and retains maintenance staff.
• Conducts employee performance evaluations and exercises disciplinary action.
• Provides technical, operational and safety training for employees to ensure that staff is working within OSHA, club safety, state, and federal guidelines for safe working conditions.
• Supervises and participates in the application and recording of chemical applications (fertilizers and pesticides) on the club's grounds in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations.
• Supervises and controls all maintenance expenses associated with golf course operations, including payroll, supplies, chemicals, and fertilizers.
• Schedules maintenance practices around member play and outings to maximize efficiency and minimize disruption to members.
• Coordinates snow removal and winter maintenance activities when necessary.

Minimum Qualifications:
• 3-5 years of experience as a Golf Superintendent or 1st Assistant.
• A.A.S. or higher Turfgrass Management or closely related field.
• Computer skills required for financial reporting and control of operations.
• Capable of clear and consistent communication with Pro shop and Ownership.
• Deep understanding of the rules and strategies of golf valid driver's license.
• Knowledge of local, state, and federal requirements for the shop as well as the course.
• Pesticide Application License, or ability to obtain in 90 days.
• Prefer good command of Spanish language.

To Apply:
Email resume to Ryan Lee, Operations Manager at




Golf Course Superintendent
Birkdale Golf Club, Huntersville, NC
Salary: $65,000 - $75,000
Application Deadline: 5/25/2023

Birkdale is a highly successful semi-private club located in Huntersville, NC just north of Charlotte. The club offers a beautiful 18-hole golf course designed by Arnold Palmer and stately clubhouse which includes a golf shop, full-service restaurant, 2 meeting rooms and offices. The course was purchased by a local real estate investor in 2022. The golf course has MineVerde Bermudagrass greens which were converted in 2021. The club is surrounded by the Birkdale residential community which boasts value ranges that exceed $1M and provides a location right off I-77 at exit 25 (considered one of the most attractive locations for golf within the surrounding area). The owners are currently developing a $40M real estate project on land adjacent to the golf course. The course is currently closed but is scheduled to re-open in September of 2023. The golf course is professionally managed by charlotte-based Pinnacle Golf Properties.

Company Growth Opportunities: The Superintendent has a wonderful opportunity to gain traction within the highly acclaimed management group which will provide continued growth opportunities within the company portfolio. Pinnacle Golf Properties is currently associated with 19 courses through the managing partners' golf interests and has a tremendous pipeline of industry contacts.

Specifically related to the Golf Course Superintendent:
1. Lead a team to provide a culture of quality, success, vision and genuine hospitality.
2. Supervise the staff and delegates specific tasks and responsibilities.
3. Direct all maintenance activities for all components.
4. Instruct and train equipment operators on the operation and care of mowing and other equipment.
5. Supervise and participate in the operation and maintenance of pumps and in the maintenance of irrigation and drainage systems.
6. Operates multiple types of equipment as necessary for the care of the golf course.
7. Directs all personnel management and evaluation.
8. Always monitors and ensures safety compliance.
9. Maintains proper record keeping.
10. Holds a Certified Pesticide Applicators License
11. Monitors inventory of fertilizer/pesticides, irrigation parts, safety apparel and other supplies related to the maintenance of the golf course.
12. Ability to solve problems and deal with a variety of variables in multiple situations.
13. Is detailed oriented and task driven. Eye for how to make the golf course better!!
14. Is a good communicator and routinely communicates with the clubhouse staff.
15. Is mechanically inclined
16. Strong irrigation background
17. Maintains an organized and clean maintenance compound.

Education, Knowledge, Training:
• 3+ years of golf course maintenance experience
• 2-4 year Agronomy, Turf Management or related degree

Position Benefits:
• Full Time (Salary Range $60,000 - $75,000)
• Health Insurance package
• Paid Time Off (Starting at 15 days annually)
• Local and National Association Dues paid by the club
• Golf Privileges
• 50% on club meals
• Cell phone allowance

To Apply:
Email resume to Chuck Smith, PGP Agronomist at





Golf Course Superintendent
First Tee - Triangle, Raleigh, NC
Salary: $45,000 - $65,000
Application Deadline: 5/15/2023

First Tee-Triangle has been creating experiences that build character to empower kids through a lifetime of new challenges and continuous personal growth. By seamlessly integrating the game of golf with life skills curriculum, First Tee-Triangle creates active learning experiences that build inner strength, self-confidence and resilience that kids can carry over to everything they do. These character education programs are offered at golf courses, schools, and community centers throughout our service area.

Job Description:
The Golf Course Superintendent will be responsible for the Gil Hanse-designed First Tee-Triangle Center for Youth Development facility maintenance and operations. These duties include maintaining all green grass areas, maintaining irrigation and drainage systems, ensuring proper use of equipment and chemicals, and providing training for all team members. The Golf Course Superintendent will also maintain all facility structures and ensure a positive relationship with all First Tee-Triangle stakeholders to create an inclusive environment.

Roles and Responsibilities Golf and Property Maintenance:
• Planning and supervising the maintenance of greens, fairways, and green grass areas.
• Overseeing and ensuring the proper use of equipment.
• Maintaining irrigation and drainage systems, proper use of all chemicals and fertilizer, and maintenance supply inventory.
• Supervising pesticide applications and/or operating and calibrating pesticide application equipment.
• Instructing equipment operators on proper equipment handling.
• Ensure that chemicals, petroleum, and other controlled products are used, stored, and disposed of in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations.
• Ensuring irrigation and drainage systems are operating effectively. 
• Driving safety culture across your production team through continuous training and leading by example.
• Informs members about the present and future maintenance activities.
• Maintains inventory and oversees all repairs and scheduled maintenance of all golf course maintenance equipment.

• Ensure that timekeeping records are submitted in an accurate and timely manner.
• Providing hands-on training for your new and tenured team members to ensure they are set up for success.
• Interviewing, selecting, and helping to onboard new team members and ensure each new team member has an excellent onboarding experience.
• Be knowledgeable of and comply, always, with the facility’s standards, policies, and regulations to encourage safe and efficient operations.
• Building strong relationships with your internal and external clients.
• Establish and oversee an annual maintenance budget in conjunction with the President/CEO.
• Must be highly organized and efficient with high attention to detail.
• Other tasks as assigned by the President/CEO.

• Minimum of an associate degree from an intensive two-year Turfgrass Management Program
• Pesticide Application certification
• Knowledge of local, federal, and state laws and regulations affecting management of golf course operations
• 3-5 years turfgrass management experience required
• Minimum 3 years of golf course maintenance experience in a leadership role to include golf turf, fertilization and pest control, and irrigation oversight
• Construction/grow-in experience (preferred)
• Deep commitment to the mission of First Tee-Triangle which includes:
               o Passion for youth development.
               o Desires to serve all kids with special emphasis on underserved and underrepresented groups.
               o Demonstrates a willingness to embrace the game of golf and the opportunities it provides all young people.
• Must pass National Background check and child safety training requirements.   

To Apply:
• Please submit three professional references, a cover letter detailing your experience related to the Responsibilities & Qualifications, and your resume to Brandon Baker, President/CEO at
• Closing date for this position is May 15, 2023.

First Tee -Triangle has the right to accelerate or extend the closing date of this position at any time.

Benefits Compensation will commensurate with experience.

Benefits include:
• Generous PTO Policy
• 10 Specified Federal Holidays and One Personal Holiday
• Retirement Company Match
• Medical, dental and vision insurance
• Equipment Discounts with Partnered Golf Merchants
• Uniform Allowance
• Phone-Use Reimbursement
• Mileage Reimbursement

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:
First Tee -Triangle is an equal opportunity employer, valuing diversity and inclusion. Our policy is to comply with all federal and/or state laws regarding equal employment opportunity as they relate to employees and applicants for employment. Accordingly, personnel decisions are made without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, disability, marital status, sexual preference or veteran status.




Golf Course Superintendent
Methodist University Golf Club, Fayetteville, NC
Salary: $42,000 - $63,000
Application Deadline: Open until filled

Methodist University Golf Course is an 18-hole laboratory for Professional Golf Management students attending Methodist University. The PGA-accredited program trains students to become PGA professionals while earning a 4-year business degree. The golf course laboratory is an integral part of the program as students must use the facility to improve their golfing abilities while in school. The golf course also hosts PGA Playing Ability Tests, student tournaments, NCAA golf tournaments, and golf seminars.

The superintendent will be responsible for providing playing conditions that meet the requirements for the PGM program. These responsibilities include, but are not limited to management of: 18 holes and practice areas established with hybrid and common Bermuda grasses, many of which are overseeded in the winter automatic irrigation systems fleet of mowing and maintenance equipment staff of the golf course departmental budget creation, implementation, and purchasing. The superintendent will report to the Chief of Staff and VP of Planning and Administration. Additionally, the superintendent will be expected to work with the PGM staff to determine acceptable levels of conditioning and use of the golf course.

A qualified candidate should possess a two- or four-year advanced degree, preferably in turf grass management; experience as a golf course superintendent or assistant superintendent; a NC pesticide applicator’s license or ability to obtain one, and a valid NC driver’s license. Ability to: Properly care for assigned areas and equipment. Understand and carry out oral and written directions. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Work outdoors in all weather conditions. Bend, kneel, lift, and shovel. Lift/move heavy equipment and objects as needed. Properly use and care for hand and power tools.

To apply for the position click here



Olde Liberty Golf Club, Youngsville, NC
Salary: $46,000 - $48,000
Application Deadline: Open until filled

Olde Liberty Golf Club is looking for a superintendent.   The duties for this position will be more like the duties of an assistant superintendent.  Must have NC Pesticide license or ability to within 6 months

Benefits include: 2 weeks vacation and sick leave, life, health, dental insurance, 401k, discount meals, all dues to Carolinas and local organizations paid, education/travel expenses paid, and cell phone allowance

To apply: email resume to Charles Mason, Director of Golf Maintenance at



Golf Course Maintenance Supervisor
Gillespie Golf Course, Greensboro, NC
Salary: $37,310 - $62,183
Application Deadline: 5/18/2023

The Gillespie Golf Course Maintenance Supervisor position will be responsible for the health, aesthetics, and overall playability of Gillespie Golf Course. The position will lead a crew of maintenance personnel in planning, prioritizing, and scheduling regular golf course maintenance tasks including, but not limited to; care and maintenance of the turf, ornamental plants, shrubs, trees, bunkers, irrigation, fertilization, creek bank maintenance, pest management and placement of holes. The Maintenance Supervisor position might be for you if: you enjoy working outdoors and have knowledge of management and maintenance of greens, fairways, and roughs, if you have experience using various equipment and tools such as mowers, tractors, specialized golf course maintenance equipment, small powered equipment and hand tools used in grounds care, utility vehicles and golf carts, if you have knowledge of safe use, mixing and application of chemicals and commercial products, if you enjoy scheduling and supervising the work of crew members, ensuring compliance with safe work practices, if you possess great communication skills to ensure the highest level of customer service, and if you are relentless in meeting the needs of our residents, ensuring they have a great golf experience. 

If this sounds like a good fit for you, you can view additional information and instructions on how to apply by clicking on this link


Golf Course Superintendent
Seabrook Island Club, Johns Island, SC
Salary: DOE
Application Deadline: 5/12/2023

Seabrook Island Club is a member owned, private, 36 hole ocean front club outside Charleston, SC. The current position is for the Crooked Oaks Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr and opened in 1979. The superintendents of each course work together while each managing a golf course under the supervision of the Director of Agronomy. The successful candidate will be responsible for the planning, coordination, and execution of a maintenance program for the course. The Golf Course Superintendent should be adept at simultaneously managing multiple projects and tasks, with strong attention to detail, as well as a team player, working in collaboration with the leadership team, the Board and Club Committees. The position requires a high level of competency and the ability to manage, mentor and teach a team of Assistants, Irrigation techs, and a multilingual staff. The position, in partnership with the Seabrook Island Club leadership team, requires an innovative spirit and drive to elevate the member experience, highly developed interpersonal skills, excellent verbal and written communications skills and strong organizational skills.

Crooked Oaks will be undergoing a complete bunker renovation in the summer of '23 as well as a complete irrigation renovation in the winter to a Toro 2 Wire system. Construction experience is a plus.

• Maintain the golf course and property
• Work together with other course superintendent in supervising, scheduling, training, overseeing maintenance team members
• Create an efficient team and efficient maintenance practices to improve playing conditions and work force
• Improve course details and aesthetics
• Management of Champion Ultradwarf greens
• Use tools given to train and enforce safety practices
• Keep detailed records of chemical/fertilizer applications
• Carry out the goals set forth by the club and Director of Agronomy
• Employee management including, hiring, training, annual reviews and termination if necessary.
• Perform other duties to assist the elevation of the member club experience as directed by Director of Agronomy.
• 2-4 year degree in turf or turf certificate required
• 4 years as an assistant superintendent in a private club preferred
• Construction experience preferred
• Ability to speak in Spanish a definite plus

Additional Salary Information:
• Health, dental and vision insurance
• 401k after 90 days with complete match up to 5%
• Uniforms
• Generous PTO program
• Cell phone expense
• GCSAA, CGCGA association dues
• Education and conference attendance

To Apply:
Email resume to Sean Hardwick, Director of Agronomy at