Employment Listing

 

We have the following Met Section assistant/staff positions available:
  • Carl Alexander, The Golf Club of Purchase, (Resumes and inquires to Carl.Alexander@Golfclubofpurchase.com)
    • Hiring Golf Shop Assistant for the 2018 season. April through October. Duties will include opening and closing golf shop, assisting with golf shop operations, tournament operations, events, golf clinics, clubfitting and an introduction to teaching.
    • Looking for an Assistant who is interested in playing Met PGA tournaments and working on improving their game and learning to teach. Compensation includes 401K, Health and Dental benefits.
    • Hiring Player Services position for the Outside Staff.  Duties include setting up the golf experience for practice areas and assisting golfers throughout the day. Full and Part-Time position available.
  • Jim Bender, Ardsley Country Club, 2018 Season (Resumes to Jim Bender at golf1895@aol.com)
    • Assistant golf professional LPGA preferred. Duties are: extensive teaching and club fitting. April 1 - October 31 (12/15)
    • Entry level Assistant Golf Professional (Level 3 PGA Golf Management interns or new graduates). Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Assist in merchandising a golf shop with a past merchandiser of the year in the Met PGA. Greeting and organizing play of both members and their guests. Ability to answer the phone accurately and professionally, and enthusiasm to work closely with other staff members in a team environment. Assist in teaching a busy, growing junior golf program. Employment dates are flexible. Start dates, end times are as follows: May - December, May - November, April - December.
      Click here for more. (11/7)
    • Interns (3 or 6 month)  Level 1 or Level 2 PGA Golf Management: Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: assist in management of the outside services including golf carts, member bags. Greeting and organizing play of both members and their guests, daily maintenance of the practice range and short game facilities, ability to answer the phone accurately and professionally, and enthusiasm to work closely with other staff members in a team environment. Employment dates are flexible. Start dates, end times are as follows: May - December, May - August, August - December. Click here for more (11/7)
  • Thomas Bopp, Golf Club at Chelsea Piers (Resumes to golfpro@chelseapiers.com
    • Seeking a Teaching Professional for the 2018 Season.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Teaching private lessons, group lessons and group schools, assist with junior programs, summer camps and special events as assigned, conduct clinics in accordance with approved lesson plans and attend and contribute to academy meetings. . This individual should be self-motivated, a team player and committed to providing the highest level of customer service.  This position is full time with competitive pay, PGA member preferred. (1/15)
  • Kelley Brooke, Bethpage State Park ( Please send Resumes to klbrooke@mindspring.com)
    • Seeking an Assistant Golf Professional (LPGA preferred).  April 1 through October 31st to assist in all aspects of the golf operation. The applicant must have strong computer skills, be outgoing and enthusiastic.  Responsibilities include but not limited to: golf shop operations, merchandising, guest services, club repair, lessons, growing the junior golf program and tournament operations.  Compensation includes salary, lesson, clinic, club fitting and club repair income.  Must have minimal knowledge of Trackman, Sam Putt Lab and K-Vest. Must be capable of using V1 Video Analysis Software. (12/18)
  • Mark Brown, Tam O'Shanter Club (Please email resumes to markpga@aol.com)
    • Seeking an Assistant Golf Professional (March 17th through November 1st) to assist in all aspects of the golf operation. Candidate can be an apprentice in the PGA program or a PGA Member. Candidate must be outgoing and enthusiastic. Duties to include assisting in, tournament management, golf shop operations, merchandising, inventory management and club repair. There will be opportunities to assist with Ladies Golf Clinics, running Wednesday Night Golf tournaments, running Monday outings and playing with the membership. Knowledge of Trackman, Tournament Pairing Program/Golf Genius and good computer skills are a plus. Individual should be self-motivated, a team player and committed to providing the highest level of customer service. Compensation includes weekly salary, 100% lesson income, meals on duty, clothing allowance, Tuesday morning Ladies Clinics, Wednesday night golf income, outings and club repair. (12/15)
  • Mike Caporale, North Hills Country Club (Send Resumes capmik@pga.com)
    • Seeking 2nd assistant professional for upcoming season (2018). Needs all traditional attributes, potential housing on site. (1/2)
  • Jason Caron, Mill River Club (Interested professionals or Interns should send resumes to: Jason Caron at Jason.caron@themillriverclub.com )
    • Seeking Professionals and Interns (3 or 6 month)  Level 1 or Level 2 PGA Golf Management: Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: assist in management of the outside services including golf carts, member bags. Greeting and organizing play of both members and their guests, daily maintenance of the practice range and short game facilities, ability to answer the phone accurately and professionally, and enthusiasm to work closely with other staff members in a team environment. Employment dates are flexible. Start dates, end times are as follows: May - Novermber, May - August (11/9)
  • Chris Carter, Engineers Country Club, 2018 Season (Resumes to Chris Carter at ccarter@engineerscc.com)
    • Seeking 1st Assistant Professional, PGA Member preferred. April 15th - October 15th. Duties to include, but not limited to: Private Lessons, Clinics, playing with members, limited shop time, Assisting with Member Tournaments and Wednesday Evening Men’s League and representing ECC in Met Section/National Events.  Flexible dates.  Competitive Salary, 100% Lesson/Clinic income, meals on duty, clothing allowance. Looking for an outgoing and personable individual to be part of a new team at a facility under new ownership! (1/2)
  • Steven Dougan, Bedford Golf and Tennis Club, (Resumes to sdougan@bgtclub.org)
    • Seeking Entry Level Assistant Golf Professional - 2 positions available. Looking for energetic individuals who want to become PGA qualified Golf Professionals. Responsibilities include management of the Bag Room, Golf Cart Fleet, Practice Range, and Short Game Facility. Involvement with instruction during our summer camp. Encouragement to work on your golf before and after your work day. Housing available.
  • Jim Doyle, West Hills Country Club (those interested should send resumes to Jim Doyle at jddoyle@pga.com)
    • Seeking Assistant Professional for the 2018 season (April 1-Oct. 31). West Hills Country Club features an eighteen-hole championship golf course, as well as a 9-hole par 3 golf course. Duties include Teaching, Golf Shop Merchandising, Tournament Operations, Club Fitting and Repair, Member Relations, Supervision of Outside Operations.  Looking for a highly motivated, outgoing and enthusiastic individual with an interest in development and administration of the Junior Program, as well as the commitment to improving the membership experience.  Compensation will include Salary, 100% of lesson income, Club repair income, employee meal, practice and playing privileges. (12/7)
  • Philip Eyre, Hollow Brook Golf Club (resumes to phile@golfhollowbrook.com)
    • Seeking entry level Assistant Golf Professional for the 2018 season (April 1 – Nov 1). Responsibilities will include golf shop operations, outside golf services management and range management. Assist with player development programs, member golf tournaments and Monday outings. Benefits include salary and the ability to work on your own game. (11/3)
  • Bobby Farrell, Tamarack Country Club located in Greenwich, CT. ( resumes to bfarrell@tamarackcountryclub.com )
    • Seeking entry level Assistant Golf professional ( LPGA Apprentice preferred or PGA Apprentice/ PGM Intern)  for the 2018 season beginning March 27th. Responsibilities will be mostly in the golf shop including all aspects of merchandising using Clubsoft point of sale system, tournament operations using Event Man and tee time set up using Foretees. There will be opportunities to teach during junior summer camps and get involved with the PGA Jr. League. This is an excellent opportunity to learn and grow in the Golf business at a Private Country Club ranked 5th in the Sate by Golf Digest. (11/10)
  • Steve Feder, Poxabogue Golf Center, (If interested contact Pgasteve@poxgolfcenter.com)
    • Customer service associates at this fast paced public facility in the Hamptons. We need friendly, outgoing people with a desire to learn the golf industry in all facets of the operation: Merchandising, golf course management, junior program, golf equipment sales and repair, practice range operations. Customer service and computer skills necessary. This entry level position can grow to become a long lasting and rewarding vocation. (1/9)
  • Ray Ford, Rolling Hills CC.  Resumes to Ray at ray1putt@gmail.com)
    • Seeking  Entry level Assistant Golf Professional (Level 1, 2 or 3 PGA Golf Management interns or new graduates) April – November. Responsibilities include: managing the outside golf operations, golf carts, bag room, practice range and short game facility, greeting and organizing play for members and their guests.  Outgoing and organized are key characteristics working closely with the professional staff in a team environment. For the months of June, July and August responsibilities also include assisting with professional staff in golf shop, junior golf program, demo days, club fitting and indoor/outdoor teaching facility.  Playing with members and practicing is encouraged after or before work.  Housing and health benefits available.  Part-time position available this winter in the indoor facility.(11/22)
  • Robert Gick Sands Point Golf Club (Send resumes to rgpga@yahoo.com). 
    • Seeking 2nd Assistant Professional & Outside Services positions from April 1 - October 31.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:  Golf Shop merchandising and tournament operation. Possibility of some teaching. Management of the outside services including golf carts, member bags, and assisting with the caddie program. Greeting and organizing play of both members and their guests, daily maintenance of the practice range and facilities, ability to answer the phone accurately and professionally, and enthusiasm to work closely with people in a team environment. Strong Computer skills. Playing Privileges and Meals.  Assistant Professionals must have a desire to work towards PGA Membership and be active with assistants association. (11/22)
  • Mario Guerra, Quaker Ridge Golf Club (Resumes to golfpro@quakerridge.org)
    • Seeking 6-Month Intern/Entry Level Assistant. Duties include but are not limited to: opening and closing the Golf shop, assisting with all Golf Shop Operations, assisting with all Tournament Operations and Events, Assisting with Outings, Assisting with Golf Lessons, Junior Clinics, and Club repair. Start dates and end dates: May-October, Housing and Meals included, 40-50 hours per week
  • Steve Haggerty, Laurel Links Country Club (resumes to shaggerty@laurellinkscc.com)
    • Seeking a 1st Assistant Golf Professional (April 15th through October 31st (flexible) to assist in all aspects of the golf operation. PGA Membership preferred, at least 2 years experience as an assistant required, strong computer skills (golf genius), outgoing and enthusiastic. Responsibilities include but not limited to: merchandising & inventory, teaching, playing, staff scheduling/administration, junior golf and tournament operations. Commensurate compensation includes: hourly salary, meals on duty, lesson & clinic income and PGA dues. Housing available.
  • Greg Hurd, North Hempstead CC, 2018 Season (Resumes to gchgolfpga@aol.com)
    • Seeking Golf Services Manager (March 1 - Dec. 31) Job responsibilities will include organization and management of the caddy program, cart fleet, bag storage area and practice facilities. Candidates must also be able to provide members and guests with an outstanding customer service experience at North Hempstead CC. Includes benefits. (12/12)
  • Tyler Jaramillo, The Seawane Club (Resumes sent to tylerjara@gmail.com)
    • Assistant Golf Professional: Responsibilities include but not limited to tournament operations, instruction, merchandising, junior golf development, club fitting, regripping, and opening and closing of the golf shop.  Candidates are expected to have a passion for the game, conduct themselves professionally and the ability to work closely with others in a team environment.  Commensurate compensation includes: Salary, lesson and clinic income, club repair, housing, meals on property, playing and practicing privileges.
    • Shop Manager: 40-50 hours a week. Job includes: General Customer Service and golf shop sales, inventory management, creation of merchandise displays weekly, attending vendor appointments, work closely with Head Professional on buying program for men and ladies apparel.  Commensurate compensation includes: Salary(based off experience), potential housing, year end bonus, meals on property, playing and practicing privileges.
  • Chris Kenney, The Patterson Club
    • Seeking a highly motivated individual who strives to deliver outstanding service to our members and guests.  The position is structured for personal and career development as well as provides the opportunity for advancement within the staff. PGA & LPGA encouraged to apply.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Tournament Management, Merchandising, Club Repair, Club Fitting, Organizing a bi-weekly Golf Operations communication to the membership, Teaching. Click here for complete job description (11/28)
  • Matt Kleiner, The Club at Villa Roma. (Resumes can be sent to mkleiner55@gmail.com )
    • Seeking Entry Level Assistant or Intern. April to through October (dates flexible). Responsibilities to include Pro shop sales and check in, Starter, Private lessons and Juniors Clinics, Men’s and Ladies league Handicapping and Scoring. A room at the resort will be included with position as well as meals. (11/22)
  • John Kuntz, Garden City Country Club (Resumes can be sent to ss6terp@optonline.net)
    • Seeking Assistant Golf Professional for the 2018 season. (April 3rd – November 11th)  Job responsibilities include: Teaching, (strong junior and ladies program) Playing with the membership, Golf Shop Merchandising, and Tournament Operations.  Must have experience with Retail POS, Event Man or Golf Genius. 18-22 hours per week in the Golf Shop. Position includes salary, 100% of lesson income, health insurance.
  • Michael Laganza, Shorehaven Golf Club (resumes to mikelaganza@gmail.com)
    • Seeking an Assistant Golf Professional (March 15th through November 1st) to assist in all aspects of the golf operation. Candidate must be a PGA Member, strong computer skills, outgoing and enthusiastic. Responsibilities include but not limited to: merchandising & inventory, junior golf and tournament operations. Compensation includes hourly salary, meals on duty, health benefits, lesson & clinic income and PGA dues. Housing is provided. Possible winter employment managing the simulator. (11/8)
  • Nelson Long, CENTURY CC, Email resume to [ nelson.long@centurycc.org ]
    • Seeking Assistant Professional: primary responsibilities include, but not limited to: merchandising & inventory, tournament operations, and possible junior teaching.Compensation: hourly salary, housing in clubhouse, meals on duty, & PGA dues. March 21 to November 1.  Open to Level 3 PGM. (12/13)
  • Shelby Lowman, Trump National Hudson Valley (please email resumes to slowman@trumpnational.com)
    • Seeking First Assistant Professional from late March through November. Will be very involved in all areas of the golf operation including individual and group lessons, tournament operations, clubfitting and golf shop operations. PGA Class A membership is mandatory and preferably 2+ years teaching experience at a private club. Strong computer skills are a must including Event Man and Jonas POS software. Must be very organized, enthusiastic and have a strong desire to advance their career in the golf business. 100% lesson income, outing gratuity, uniform, meals and PGA dues paid by club. 
    • Seeking Tournament Coordinator/Assistant from April to mid October (flexible). He/she will be in charge of our member tournements, men's & ladies leagues, and a very busy outing event schedule. Job will entail 40-50 hours including shop time and possibly assist with junior clinics. Must be currently enrolled as PGA level 1 apprentice. Strong computer skills are a must including Event Man and Jonas POS software. Must be very organized, enthusiastic and have a strong desire to advance their career in the golf business. Outing gratuity, playing privileges, uniform and meals.  (1/12)
  • Jim Lusk, Paramount Country Club, (Contact Jim Lusk at Jlusk@paramountcountryclub.com)
    • Seeking 1st assistant professional. Looking for an individual (PGA member in good standing required) to fill a major role as a member of the Paramount CC staff). Tournament operations, lessons, clinics and playing golf with members will make up the majority of duties. Minimal shop time, looking for someone that will work hard to grow their skill set toward becoming a Head Professional upon leaving. Competitive compensation, housing available. (1/2)
  • Kevin Maibach, TrackMan facility in Huntington,
    • All Weather Golf is seeking professionals to give lessons at the new facility. Ideally, pros with a client base who are looking for a winter solution. Get simulator time at a discounted rate. Learn more at awgolf.net or call 631-923-2224. (11/7)
  • Nick Maselli, Old Oaks Country Club, Purchase, NY (Please e-mail resume to nmaselli79@gmail.com)
    • TWO Full time Assistant Professional/Outside Services positions from April 1 - October 31.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:  Management of the outside services including golf carts, member bags, and assisting with the caddy program. Greeting and organizing play of both members and their guests, daily maintenance of the practice range and facilities, ability to answer the phone accurately and professionally, and enthusiasm to work closely with people in a team environment. Our goal on a daily basis is to provide exceptional customer service to both members and guests. The job will be approximately 40 hours per week, with competitive hourly wages.  Meals will be provided while on duty, and golf privileges will be extended. This position could be attractive for anyone from an entry level PGA Assistant Professional to someone not in the PGA of America program.  Old Oaks is widely recognized as a first class facility with a tremendous golf rich atmosphere.  We expect our staff to work on their game and be excited about golf in general. This attitude has enabled us to create a unique work environment in which assistant professionals have flourished in.
  • Kammy Maxfeldt, Birchwood CC (Resumes to kmaxfeldt@icloud.com) – Seeking a golf shop assistant. Click here for more information (1/4)
  • Jefferson May, The Muttontown Club (Resumes to JMay@themuttontownclub.com)
    • Seeking Assistant Professional from April 1 - October 31.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:  Tournament Operations & golf shop merchandizing. Possibility of some teaching. Apprentice of the PGM Program or PGA member preferred. This individual should be self-motivated, a team player and committed to providing the highest level of customer service.  Strong Computer skills and knowledge of TPP is a plus. Competitive Salary, Health benefits, playing privilege, meals on duty and possibility of housing available. (1/12)
  • Patrick McCarthy, Huntington Crescent Club (Resumes to mccarthy.patrick@gmail.com)
    • Seeking Entry Level Golf Shop Assistant.  Responsibilities but not limited to shop sales, re-stock inventory, answer the phones, handle returns and open and close the shop.  Hourly Pay (30-40 hours per week) (1/1)
  • Jason McCarty, Sebonack GC, (Resumes to Jason.mccarty@sebonack.com)
    • Seeking an Assistant Golf Professional to assist in all facets of a high-end private golf club operation. This is six month seasonal position with a start date of mid-April 2018. Responsibilities will include sales and merchandising, inventory control, tournament operations, lessons, club fitting and basic club repairs. The successful candidate must be a highly motivated individual with a professional and outgoing personality and the ability to provide exceptional customer service at all times. (1/3)
  • Sharon McQuillan, Pleasantville Country Club (Resumes to Sharon@SharonMcQuillan.com)
    • Seeking all around assistant. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: assist in management of the outside services including golf carts, member bags. Greeting and organizing play of both members and their guests, daily maintenance of the practice range, ability to answer the phone accurately and professionally, and enthusiasm to work closely with other staff members in a team environment. 40 Hour week. Start dates, end times are as follows: April – November. Hourly pay depends on experience. Includes tips. (11/13)
  • Mike Meehan, Old Westbury Golf & Country Club (Please send resumes to mike@owgolf.com)
    • Seeking Assistant Golf Professional for the 2018 season (March-November) - Job responsibilities include golf shop merchandising, tournament operations, club fitting , Junior Golf clinics and limited teaching. Playing with members is encouraged. Compensation includes hourly salary, health insurance, 401 K, 100% of lessons. (11/27)
  • Karl Obermeyer, Village Club of Sands Point
    • Seeking a Membership Sales and Marketing Director. Please click here for full job description (11/29)
  • Charlie Poole, Salem Golf Club – resumes to Charlie Poole(charliep@salemgolfclub.org)
    • Seeking a 2nd Assistant Golf Professional, Level 1 PGA preferred. April 15th – October 31st. Job Description: To assist in all aspects of the golf operation, the successful candidate will need excellent interpersonal skills, a positive attitude and be looking to grow as a Professional. Responsibilities to include golf shop operations, tournament operations, member service, club repair, junior clinics, outings and lessons. Compensation includes salary, meals, lessons, clinics, club repair and outing income.
       
  • Kirk Satterfield, Westhampton Country Club (Interested professional should send resumes to: Kirk Satterfield at ksatterfield@westhamptoncc.org) (1/1)
    • Seeking Entry Level Assistant Professional for the 2018 Season.  Job responsibilities include:  Golf Shop Merchandising, Tournament Operations, Involvement in Junior Golf Camps and Clinics and some Instruction.  Positon includes salary, housing, uniform allowance and teaching revenue. Dates of Employment: Late March-Nov 1st with some flexibility if needed.
    • Seeking a 1st Assistant Professional for the 2018 Season.  In general, I am looking for a motivated well rounded person with a strong background in instruction and tournament management who can assist in overseeing the golf operation.  Job responsibilities include:  Teaching, Management of Tournament Operations, Golfer Development Programs, Junior Golf Camps and Clinics and Involvement in the Golf Shop.  Position includes competitive salary, teaching revenue, and housing.  Dates of Employment: Late March – Thanksgiving.
    • Seeking a PGA/LPGA Assistant Professional for the 2018 Season.  Job responsibilities include:  Development and Implementation of the Ladies Golf Programs, Teaching, Junior Golf Camps and Clinics and Involvement in the Golf Shop.  Position includes competitive salary, teaching revenue, and housing.  Dates of Employment:  May – October with the possibility of some flexibility.
  • Craig Thomas, Metropolis Country Club, (resumes to cwtpga@gmail.com )
    • Seeking 1st Assistant Golf Professional/Teaching Professional from approximately mid March thru October.  Qualified candidates should be PGA/LPGA member with excellent interpersonal skills and attitude.  Candidate should be self-motivated, a team player and committed to providing the highest level of customer service. Duties include but not limited to teaching, playing, assisting in tournament operations management, golf shop operations, merchandising, club fitting, inventory management and club repair.  Competitive salary, health benefits, 401k, PGA dues, meals and clothing allowance. Click here for more information. (1/15)
  • Christopher Toulson, Sunningdale CC, (resumes to christoulson@gmail.com)
    • Seeking a Golf Shop Manager. Responsibilities will include: ordering, receiving, displaying, and selling merchandise; monthly inventory; special orders; processing invoices; billing; and first class customer service. An excellent compensation package + health care coverage will be offered to qualified candidates . Positive, friendly work environment. March 15 - October 31. (11/6)
    • Seeking an Assistant Golf Professional. Responsibilities will include outside operations, golf shop coverage, assisting with tournament operations, and overall member services. Benefits include: free housing and meals; full playing and practice privileges. MET PGA tournament participation encouraged. April -October.  (11/13)
  • Stuart Waack, Silvermine GC (Interested individuals are encouraged to email their resumes to Stuart at stuartwaack@gmail.com)
    • Seeking a Full Time Golf Shop Manager/Merchandiser to develop and execute a buying plan for the women's and men's apparel at the golf club pro shop. Responsibilities include: Developing buying plan, sales promotions and marketing efforts, Reviewing the collections of the vendors and selecting an appropriate merchandise mix, Setting up visual displays and merchandising the pro shop, Recording and entering invoices into Point of Sale and accounting systems, Inventory management, Customer service, Managing the golf shop employees, In the off-season assist club admin with membership recruitment marketing. Benefits include: health insurance, meals while on duty, holiday bonus, playing privileges and PGA show expenses. Compensation based on qualifications, contact for more details.  (11/13)
    • Seeking a 2nd Assistant April - Oct with Strong computer skills, Event Man, POS experience, Assistant in pro shop operations/tournament operations/instructional programs. Job includes: Health Insurance, Meals on duty, Winter Sponsorship and housing is available. Email resumes to stuartwaack@gmail.com (1/9)
  • Jim Weiss, Cold Spring Country Club. Email resumes to jweiss65@aol.com  
    • Assistant Golf Professional.  (March 16th to November 1st)   PGA Member Preferred.  Individual to be involved in all aspects of the Golf Operation.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to: tournament operations, lessons (100% income), clinics, tournament play representing the club, and playing with members at the club, in pro-ams and on trips.  Proficiency at club repair and equipment knowledge preferred.   Minimal weekly opening and closing of the shop.   Knowledge of tournament software programs a plus.  Looking for an outgoing, energetic individual to bring creative ideas and programs which will enhance the entire golf operation and further their own PGA education and career.  Competitive salary, meals, and housing available as well as a winter fund and some outing income. (1/8)
  • Sam Wiley, Wee Burn Country Club (Interested professionals should email a cover letter and resume to Sam Wiley sam@weeburn.com
    • Seeking a highly motivated entry level golf professional. Dates of employment would be from mid-April through mid-October. (12/13)
  • Todd Wingerter, Burning Tree CC – (Interested professionals should send resumes to: Todd Wingerter at twingerter@burningtreecc.org
    • Seeking Assistant Professional  for the 2018 season.  Job responsibilities include: Teaching, Playing, Golf Shop Merchandising, Tournament Operations( familiarity with golf Genius a plus). Position includes salary, teaching revenue, health insurance and benefits, 401K.
    • Entry level Assistant Golf Professional .Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Assist in merchandising, tee time management, limited junior instruction, greeting and organizing play of both members and their guests. May – October
    • Interns (3 & 6 month) : Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following. Merchandising, tee time management, tournament registration, greeting members and guest, ordering merchandise. Employment dates are flexible. May – October.
  • Jerome J. Yochum, Rockrimmon Country Club, CT, is seeking an assistant professional. Click here for the job description (11/30)
  • David Young - Sleepy Hollow CC - 2018 Season (Please submit resumes to dgyshcc@gmail.com)
    • Seeking Assistant Golf Professional – Job responsibilities include golf shop operations, tournament operations, junior clinics, member services and playing with the membership. Hourly, benefits, 90% of lessons, outing income, clothing allowance, playing and practice facility privileges, housing available. Start date 3/15/18. (1/19)
  • The Metropolitan Golf Association is seeking a manager for the Caddie Scholarship Fundraising and Development. Click here for more information

We have the following sale rep position available in the Metropolitan Section:
  • American Dry Goods, a headwear manufacturer based in Bourbon, MO under the parent company; Paramount Apparel, is actively seeking a sales professional to carry their line of headwear and casual apparel. They are a 15% commission line and carry great product backed up with the best delivery times in the industry. If interested, please contact Andy Hydorn for more information. andy@americandrygoods.com  781-608-0062 (11/9)
  • Nike Sales Rep opportunity for the Long Island  territory—click here for more information (10/15)
 

PREVIOUSLY LISTED EMPLOYMENT
We have the following Met Section assistant/staff positions available:
  • Tim Garvin, South Fork Country Club is seeking a Golf Shop Manager  click here for more information  (10/16)
  • John Guyton – Rockville Links Club – 2018 Season (Resumes to jguyton.pga@gmail.com)
    • Assistant Golf Professional (April 1 – Dec 1):  Job responsibilities will include: Tournamament preparation/execution, golf shop operations, member services, teaching, junior golf, ladies clinics, and playing with the membership.  Golf Genius, Jonas, V1, and Flightscope knowledge a big plus.  Salary, benefits, and 100% of lesson income.
    • Assistant/Teaching Professional (April 15-Nov 1):  Job responsibilities will include: Private lessons, Ladies Clinics, Junior Camps/Clinics, PGA Junior League.  Minimum 5 years teaching experience required.  Looking for an experienced professional to take all aspects of our teaching program to the next level.  Salary, benefits, 100% of lesson income.
    • Intern (3 or 6 months):  Job responsibilities will include all aspects of the golf operation.  The majority of time will be spent in the Golf Shop assisting with member services, tournaments, and clinics.
    • Outside services/Driving Range (May 1 – Oct 31):  Seeking seasonal help for all outside services and practice areas.  Work will be 4 days a week, 30-40 hours per week.  Playing and practice privileges.   (10/1)
  • Ben Hoffhine, Westchester Country Club.  (Please inquire and apply to Brian Fallon,  brianfallon@pga.com.) -Seeking entry level Assistant Golf Professionals for the 2018 season.  Responsibilities include management rolls in outside operation (Range, Bagroom, Player Assistance and greeting members/guests).  Assist Senior Professionals in running the Men’s, Women’s and Junior golf programs.  Playing golf with members and working on ones game are encouraged.  Exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills are required.  Must be motivated for career advancement. (10/1)
  • Ron McDougal, Golf & Body NYC (Please send a cover letter, resume, and list of references to: Kirk Adams at kirk@golfbodynyc.com) Seeking Performance Coach click here for more   (10/1)
  • Cory Muller, The Country Club of Darien (Resumes to cmuller@ccdarien.org)
    • Seeking LPGA Assistant Golf Professional. The Country Club of Darien is an exceptional work environment with a supportive membership and many avenues for income and learning.  I am seeking an individual with strong interpersonal skills, focus on customer service, and strong work ethic. LPGA Member preferred.  Your responsibilities  will include all areas of the Golf Operation and Golf Shop  including, private Instruction, development and implementation of all instructional programs, Ladies golf program, playing with members, member tournament operations. Compensation Package: Salary commensurate upon experience, Health Care, 401K. 100% of Lesson Income, outing income, club repair income, clothing allowance, playing and practice facility privileges. Start Date Spring 2018. (10/10)
  • Tim Shifflet, Glen Oaks Club (Resumes to timmshifflett@aol.com)
    • Seeking Entry Level Assistant. Job responsibilities include: Outside operations, golf shop, and tournament operations. Housing available. Available immediately and through the 2018 season. Full time. (10/23)
  • Cameron Wood, Inwood Country Club (Resumes to Cwoodpga@yahoo.com)
    • Seeking an Assistant golf professional for 2018, Job responsibilities include Golf Shop Operation, Tournament Operations, Clinics, Playing, and some teaching. Housing is available. (10/16)
We have the following positions available outside the Met Section:
  • The Country Club located in Pepper Pike, OH, is seeking a head professional. (11/30)
  • Michael Kierner, Maplewood Country Club (Please send Resumes to mkierner@gmail.com)
    • Seeking an Assistant Golf Professional (LPGA preferred).  April 1 to October 31st to assist in all aspects of the golf operation. The applicant must have a strong background in teaching, computer skills (specify knowledge of Golf Genius), be outgoing and enthusiastic.  Responsibilities include but not limited to: golf shop operations, merchandising, guest services, lessons, growing the junior and ladies golf programs, playing with members and tournament operations.  Looking for an outgoing and personable individual, who should be self-motivated, a team player and committed to providing the highest level of customer service.  Compensation includes salary, lesson, clinic, outing and club repair income. 
 
 


 

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