Are you interested in working on a golf course?
Golf Course Superintendents are the men and women who manage the largest asset of the facility – the course. They are the individuals entrusted with the maintenance, operation and management of the equipment and all that goes into maintaining a golf course. They are responsible for course conditions, budgets, environmental sustainability and much more!
Employers have been complaining about a shortage of skilled workers in recent years, particularly workers with advanced degrees in STEM fields. Nearly every industry now has a labor shortage, and golf is no exception – but here’s the twist: Employers are having a harder time filling blue-collar positions than professional positions that require a college education.
Many golf courses around Utah have voiced their concern as well and are struggling to fill labor and maintenance jobs.
Most positions are great for retirees looking for a part-time, seasonal job – many come with golf benefits, working in a beautiful environment, a food budget and job variety. Also, for those suffering with PTSD, working and being on a golf course can be therapeutic and a great stress reliever!
If interested, fill out the form below and someone will be in contact with you shortly.
Membership in the Utah GCSA is open to any individual directly involved in the turf industry. Golf course superintendents, assistants, employees of members, manufacturers, distributors, educators, turf maintenance professionals, turfgrass students and specialists are all welcome. Membership classifications are assigned according to the Utah GCSA Bylaws.