Currently Forest Highlands, Flagstaff, Arizona in the cool pines of Northern Arizona where is relatively no humidity and a high of 85 degrees is looking to fill our 2021 internship positions.
The right individuals will be core members of our team and will learn the skills and knowledge needed to advance their education and ultimately their career. Our interns will work alongside our superintendents to learn all aspects of the day to day operations of our golf courses. This would include, daily planning, record keeping, data and water management, irrigation, spraying and so much more.
Some of the responsibilities will include (not all inclusive):
Mowing Greens, Tees, Fairways, Rough, Aprons and Collars
Fix Ball Marks and Rake Bunkers
Irrigation Repair and troubleshooting
Water Management and Hand Watering
Filling Tee Divots
Setting up the Course
Chemical and Fertilizer Applications
Small Projects as assigned
Miimum Experience Required:
Must be enrolled in a 2 or 4 year Turf Grass management program or related field at an accredited University
Must possess a positive attitude
Be passionate about the turf industry
Willingness to learn
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
In return for your hard work in this beautiful community we will give you:
$15.00 per hour
Golf and Tennis Privileges
Local Chapter Education
Please send all letters of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Forest Highlands Golf Club
Long established as northern Arizona’s finest private residential golf community, Forest Highlands Golf Club provides an incomparable landscape, enveloped by majestic ridge lines and the world’s largest stand of Ponderosa Pines. This is a community that knits generations of families together to create an ongoing legacy of treasured moments. We are located at 7,000 ft altitude in a high desert environment. The weather is impeccable with little to no humidity and summer temperatures averaging 85 degrees.
Forest Highlands Golf Club initially opened the (1) Canyon course in 1988. The Canyon course has hosted the 1996 USGA Boys Junior Championship, 2006 USGA Mid-Amateur Championship, and the 2009 Canon Cup. The Canyon course is currently ranked by Golf Digest Magazine as the #2 Course in Arizona and the 123rd ranked course in America. Designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish the Canyon course plays to a par 71. (2) The Meadow course opened in 1999 and is currently ranked by Golf Digest Magazine as the #8 Course in Arizona. The Meadow course has hosted the 2014 USGA Girls Junior Championship and the 2019 USGA Women's Mid-Amateur Championship. Designed by Tom Weiskopf the golf course plays to a par 72.