As an assistant at Crooked Stick Golf Club, you will be a key component to providing championship conditions at a top 100 club. As a member of the team, you will gain experience in all facets of golf course management and will be prepared to successfully move into a superintendent position in the future. Responsibilites will include but not be limited to – hiring, supervising, assisting, and training of all seasonal staff and interns, managing watering practices on all surfaces, irrigation repair and troubleshooting, chemical calibration and applications, budgeting and planning for upcoming projects, and working with the superintendent on all aspects of providing championship conditions. The ultimate goal is to prepare the assistant with all the tools, knowledge, and understanding to become a successful superintendent.
Must have a positive attitude
Strong work ethic
Works well in a team environment
Determined to succeed in the golf industry
Additional Salary Information: Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, 401K, Holiday Bonus, Uniforms, Golf Privileges, Employee Meals, Paid National and Chapter Dues
About Crooked Stick Golf Club
Crooked Stick is Pete and Alice Dye’s first championship golf course design. It has been recognized as a Top 100 golf club since 1971. Crooked Stick has hosted six USGA National Championships including the 1993 U.S. Women’s Open, the 2007 U.S. Women’s Amateur and the 2009 U.S. Senior Open. It has also hosted the BMW Championship in both 2012 & 2016. In 2020, Crooked Stick welcomed the Dye Junior Invitational and the Western Amateur. In 2021, it will host the Men's Big Ten Championship.