Golf Maintenance Intern

GCM Intern Program at The Country Club of Virginia

About Us Established in 1908, The Country Club of Virginia is comprised of two campuses offering 54 holes of golf, three practice areas, and all the amenities expected at a full-service private club. CCV has long been recognized by its peer clubs as one of the finest in the country, boasting superb facilities throughout both campuses. The Club’s three courses offer uniquely different experiences and are distinctive in design and character. The Country Club of Virginia is a high-energy Club providing many social and sporting activities for its 7,600 members. The Program The Country Club of Virginia offers an exceptional opportunity for Turfgrass students interested in applying their college-level coursework in golf course management. Recognizing the importance of investing in future talent, we offer our interns an exciting and rewarding experience that encompasses all facets of the operation.  Daily course preparations  Reel setup and equipment maintenance  Budgeting  Course agronomics  Irrigation and water management  Member relations  Rules of golf  Professionalism  Pesticide and fertilizer applications

Previous interns have gone on to become assistants at prestigious clubs such as Wade Hampton, Sedgefield CC, Trump National, and back at The Country Club of Virginia.

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PGA TOUR Home of the PGA TOUR Champions Dominion Energy Charity Classic since 2016 and recipient of the Players Award three out of four years.


 Built in 1910  Renovated by Donald Ross in 1920  Greens reclamation project and resurfacing to A1/A4 bentgrass 2014  Bermudagrass fairways/tees/rough  Mini Verde bermudagrass practice green installed 2015  Combination of USGA and soil-based greens  18,000 rounds annually  Designed by Joseph Lee in 1988  State-of-the-art indoor practice facility and range coming in 2020  Audubon certified  Home course to Virginia Commonwealth University Golf Team  A1/A4 bentgrass greens  Bermudagrass fairways/tees/rough  16,000 rounds annually  Designed by William Flynn in 1928  Host of 1955 and 1975 USGA Men’s Amateur Championships  Home of the PGA TOUR Champions Dominion Energy Charity Classic  New 777 bentgrass greens as of fall 2019  New Toro 2-wire irrigation system installed in 2018  21,000 rounds annually

Employment Details Wages Interns are paid an hourly rate of $15. Interns typically work 40-50 hours per week with alternating weekends. Employee Benefits Interns will be supplied uniforms, meals during shifts, discounted prices on merchandise, and educational opportunities. Housing is provided at no cost. Interns will be allowed to practice and play all three courses on a space- available basis. To Apply Visit, complete the online application, and attach a resume.

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Questions Contact James Nick (804) 287-1471 About Richmond

Richmond is known as a great place to live, with mountains, beaches, and the nation's capital each within a two-hour drive. Ranked #24 in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Places to Live in the USA,” Richmond is the only city in America with whitewater rapids running through its downtown district. The metro area features more than two dozen craft beer breweries, and countless wineries are nearby as well. Numerous museums, festivals every month of the year, and Civil War historical sites round out the local attractions. The Country Club of Virginia 6031 Saint Andrews Lane Richmond, VA 23226

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