2021 P.J. Boatwright, Jr. Internships - Mass Golf

Purpose: To provide a comprehensive introduction and training experience for qualified interns to prepare for a career in golf administration.

Term of Internship(s): Multiple internships are available for varying lengths of time (4 - 6+ months)

Location: Interns will be based at Mass Golf headquarters in Norton and will travel within the state (potential for limited travel throughout New England area).

About Mass Golf: To learn more about Mass Golf, please visit massgolf.org or follow us on social media at @PlayMassGolf. 

Member Serivces

Contact: Mark Gagne – Director of Member Services – mgagne@massgolf.org         

  • Assists in the administration of men’s and women’s tournaments and develops proficiency in the use of Golf Genius/USGA Tournament Management program.  
  • Assists with management of the USGA GHIN system as it relates to members and member clubs.
  • Provide support to clinics and events for The First Tee of Massachusetts designed to engage and develop area youth.
  • Training provided in the USGA Course Rating System and assists with on-site support for course ratings.
  • Assists with the annual renewal process for Mass Golf/GHIN membership.
  • Support and assists with general operations and projects as they relate to all Member Service offerings and programs.

Qualifications: Applicants must have a high interest in golf administration, strong verbal and written communication skills, highly organized, and proficiency with MS Office programs. A background in the game of golf and rules of golf knowledge is also beneficial. Not eligible for consideration are Mass Golf/USGA employees, officials, their relatives, or past USGA grant recipients.

Compensation: This is a paid internship.

Housing & Transportation: Intern must arrange for housing in the Massachusetts area and provide their own reliable automotive transportation. Intern will be reimbursed for all related expenses when traveling on Mass Golf business and reimbursed for the use of their personal automobile while on official business.

Office Attire: Intern will be expected to wear casual, neat, business-type attire for all office responsibilities. Mass Golf attire will be supplied for event/on-site work.

About Mass Golf: Visit massgolf.org or @playmassgolf on social media to learn more. 

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