Lost Tree Club is seeking hard-working, highly motivated individuals beginning their career in the golf course management industry. Interns will work closely with the superintendent and assistant superintendents to gain experience in all facets golf course maintenance. Duties will include daily golf course setup, fertilizer and pesticide applications, sprayer and spreader calibration, irrigation troubleshooting and repairs, small project management, and crew management. Interns will also gain valuable experience in aggressive summer cultural practices of warm-season turf, including aerification, drill and fill, DryJect, and verticutting of greens, tees, and fairways. This opportunity will prepare interns for the beginning of their career in the golf course industry upon completion of their education program.
There are two intern positions available beginning May 1, 2021.
Applicants should be pursuing, or have recently completed a two- or four-year degree in Turfgrass Management or related field.
Some previous golf course work experience is a plus, but not necessary.
Additional Salary Information: $15 per hour plus OT / Uniforms / Lunch / Golf Privileges / Club Assisted Housing
About Lost Tree Club
Lost Tree Club is an exclusive, private 18-hole facility located in North Palm Beach, Florida. Originally designed by Mark Mahannah in 1961, the course underwent a major renovation in 2002, designed by Jack Nicklaus. We maintain TifEagle bermudagrass greens, seashore paspalum tees, Celebration bermudagrass fairways and TifSport rough. The irrigation system is supplied through a reverse osmosis plant and consists of Toro Lynx central control with Network VP field controllers.