Laurel Valley Golf Club, designed by architect Dick Wilson and renovated by Arnold Palmer is located in Ligonier, Pennsylvania (hour east of Pittsburgh). Since its opening Laurel Valley Golf Club has hosted the 1975 Ryder Cup and 1965 PGA Championship and is currently seeking a motivated, hard-working and determined individuals who have a desire to learn and advance in the golf course industry. The ideal candidate would be one who is looking to eventually become a golf course superintendent. Interns will work hand in hand with the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents to provide championship level playing conditions. Candidates that are hired will receive a $1,000 signing bonus.
Experience preferred but not required; willing to train the right individual
Additional Salary Information: Housing Available,
$1,000 Signing Bonus,
Potential for Career Advancement at Laurel Valley Golf Club,
Monthly Turf Talks,
Dinner with Golf Course Superintendent,
Tournament Volunteering Opportunities,
Upon completion of successful internship golf course superintendent will give strong recommendation to other top clubs
About Laurel Valley Golf Club
Introduced in 1959 by architect Dick Wilson and renovated by Arnold Palmer, Laurel Valley Golf Club is located just outside of Ligonier, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Since its opening the club has hosted two notable tournaments: 1965 PGA Championship and the 1975 Ryder Cup. Some of the other tournaments played there include the 1989 U.S. Senior Open, the 2001 Marconi Pennsylvania Classic, and the 2005 Senior PGA Championship.