The World Golf Foundation has compiled a list of entities and organizations offering internships in golf. This list intends to create a resource that informs interested individuals of these opportunities.
The AJGA’s internship is divided into a spring and/or summer season. Each intern team consists of operations and communications interns. The internship positions are entry-level and you must be at least 21 years old.
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BCG has an internship program under its Agronomic and Management divisions.
As a subsidy of Ingersoll Rand, Club Car’s internship positions are posted on Ingersoll Rand’s main jobs board, which displays jobs with all five brands (Club Car, Trane, Thermo King, Schlage and Ingersoll Rand).
CMAA’s internships positions are available at the facilities its members manage. Positions vary from Food & Beverage, Golf Management and Event Planning.
GCSAA’s internship positions are available at the facilities that employ GCSAA members. Positions vary from Turfgass Management to Golf Course Renovation.
As a subsidy of NBCUniversal, Golf Channel’s internship positions are posted on NBCUniversal’s main jobs board.
As a subsidy of Conde Nast Publications, Golf Digest internship positions are posted on Conde Nast’s main jobs board.
Internships are available on either a part-time or full-time (40 hours/week) basis, depending upon position. Internships can be completed in the summer from May to August, in the fall from August to December or in the spring from January to May.
As a subsidy of Nike, Inc., Nike Golf has internships that are part of Nike’s U.S. internship program which runs for 12 weeks and explores all divisions within Nike.
PGA TOUR’s internship program is a 10-week paid internship that provides an understanding of the inner workings of the PGA TOUR and its corporate functions.