Founded in 1927, Brigantine Golf Links was designed by Wayne Stiles and John Van Kleek as a part of the Islands master plan. Located just across the bridge from Atlantic City, BGL stretches across 140 acres of gently rolling, nearly treeless terrain, throughout intercoastal waterways and native marshes. We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join our management team, who is passionate about the golf course management business and can bring a TEAM mentality on a daily basis.
Future projects include extensive in-house drainage and irrigation improvements, as well as all new cart paths.
Assist Superintendent in daily golf course operations including but not limited to:
Water management program
Irrigation repairs and installation
Pesticide and Fertilizer application and recordkeeping
Crew management and training
Inventory, budgeting, purchasing
Individual must be detail orientated and have a keen eye for detail.
3-5 years experience on a golf course Preferred
Willing to train the right candidate who may have a combination of education/experience
Additional Salary Information: NJ State Pension Plan, Health/Dental/Vision Benefits, 13 Paid Holidays, 12 Vacation days, 15 Sick days, 3 personal Days, Paid GCSAA dues and local chapter, Work/Life Balance
About Brigantine Golf Links
Under agreement with the City of Brigantine, the Atlantic County Improvement Authority is responsible for the overall operation of the City-Owned Course.
Brigantine Golf Links, one of the oldest and most historic golf courses in the Atlantic City area, was built in 1927 as part of Brigantine Island's master plan. True to its historic Scottish roots, the links style layout offers breathtaking bay views, as it winds through native marsh and gently rolling, nearly treeless terrain. With sea breezes, water hazards, and carefully placed concave bunkers, this 18-hole, par 72 (6,570 yds) course provides an exciting experience for golfers of all skill levels. A restaurant/bar is available as well as a Golf Shop, PGA lessons, junior clinics and practice putting/chipping green.