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Maryland State Golf Association

2024 USGA P.J. Boatwright Internship

Tournaments Internship

The Maryland State Golf Association is looking for talented and well-rounded applicants with experience in sports and/or golf administration to fulfill the 7-month 2024 USGA P.J. Boatwright Tournaments Internship.


  • Assist in course setup including but not limited to course marking, determining hole locations and taking hole-by-hole notes
  • Assist in developing all necessary informational documentation for players and rules officials including, but not limited to pin sheets, hole by hole notes, notice to players, scorecards, pairings/tee times, scoreboards, pace of play, hard card, evacuation plan, etc.
  • Assist with on-site tournament management, including but not limited to course set-up & clean-up, scoring, online score posting, monitoring pace of play, and rules.
  • Maintain the Player of the Year points standing
  • Support the efforts of the Director of Handicapping & Course Rating
  • Assist with fundraising initiatives related to Youth on Course and the Junior Girls Program
  • Answer and/or refer general telephone and email inquiries of MSGA members and member clubs.
  • Process applications related to the MSGA eClub/GHIN and assist with responding to general inquiries related to the handicap department.


  • A college degree (completed or in progress) is preferred, but not required. A high interest in golf/golf administration with considerable knowledge of the game of golf is beneficial. Strong written and verbal communication and organization skills required.
  • On-site tournament days with flexible hours
  • Willingness to travel within the state and able to work outside in various weather conditions
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office is essential
  • The selected individual must arrange their own housing in the area and provide their own transportation.
  • Intern must attend orientation (funded by the USGA) in Liberty Corner, NJ, or virtually.
  • MSGA apparel will be provided
  • Ability to work from MSGA HQ in Lutherville-Timonium, MD

Position:       2024 USGA P.J. Boatwright Tournaments Internship,

Early May through November (7 months); flexible start/end dates

Location:      MSGA Office in Lutherville-Timonium, MD (Baltimore)

Housing & Transportation: The selected individual must arrange their own housing in the area and provide their own transportation to work and tournament sites.

Compensation: $15.00 per hour

To apply: Interested applicants should submit their resume, cover letter, and three references to the MSGA Greenhouse Application Site. Position is open until filled. Deadline to apply is February 15, 2024.

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