Summer Internship Postings
2021 Summer Internship Postings

Three Summer Interns, Wexford, Hilton Head, SC
Salary:  12.50 plus overtime
Application Deadline: December 11, 2020
Date Position Available: May 3, 2020
Duration of Internship:  May 3, 2021-Mid August 2021


Wexford is an  Arnold Parlmer, 18 hole, year round facility with 18,000 annual rounds.  Primary grasses are: Greens:  Champion Bermuda, Tees:  Zorro Zoysia, and Fairways:  Zorro Zoysia

Benefits include$12.50/hr plus overtime • Housing provided • Golfing privileges • Uniforms • Discounted meals • Potential for hire after graduation 

As an intern, you will have an opportunity to experience all aspects of golf course maintenance at a premier club. Our program is designed to provide interns with practical, hands-on learning experience in golf course maintenance and agronomic plan management. Interns will be expected to be reliable, detail-oriented and have a positive attitude. They should have a strong work ethic, excellent communication skills and be willing to work in a team environment to exceed member expectations. Interns are expected to work 45-65 hours a week with work every other weekend. Our number one goal with every intern is too make sure he/she leaves confident and ready to take the next step in their career.

Prior golf course experience preferred, but not required. We are seeking motivated individuals with a keen eye for detail.

Interested applicants should email resume to:  bdearman@wexfordhiltonhead.com

 

Three Summer Interns, Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, NC
Duration of Internship:  3, 6, 12 months
Salary:  $13 plus overtime
Application Deadline:  1/1/21
Date Position Available:  8/27/20
Date Posted:  9/8/20

Quail Hollow Club is a private 18 hole course with 15,000 annual rounds.  Greens are Champion G12, tees are Tifgrand overseeded with perennial ryegrass.  Fairways are Bermuda grass overseeded with perennial ryegrass. 

The internship we offer is extensive and well rounded and offers hands on experience of all aspects of golf course maintenance and championship preparation. Everything from equipment operation to course presentation to high level problem solving will be addressed. Also, students will be given leadership opportunities to see the full extent of maintaining a course at championship level. On top of the experience gained from tournament preparation and daily course maintenance, we offer staff training seminars taught by the Golf Course Superintendent, Assistant Superintendents, and Technicians. These educational meetings cover topics including: Irrigation, SubAir Systems, Budgeting, Calibrations, and Chemicals/Fertilizers Applications. 

Housing, meals, uniforms, golf privileges, leadership training, hands-on experience, and paid volunteer opportunity.

Virtual Learning Stations available to accommodate class schedule.

To apply, please contact: Shane M. Omann, Golf Course Superintendent, omanns@quailhollowclub.com