• 19 Mar 2018 4:04 PM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    Assistant Superintendent 
    The Camargo Club 


    Three years golf course experience with history of increasing responsibilities.  This is a working position where you will gain experience by doing, planning, supervising and evaluating our efforts.

    Special Requirements:

    I'm looking for someone who desires to move forward in their career path and has the drive to reach their goal with my assistance and guidance. Five previous assistants have moved on successfully to superintendent jobs in the last fifteen years.  What they all shared was a great work ethic, resilience, sense of humor, pride and a touch of humility.  These qualities helped temper the effort and hours dictated by our goals of excellence.


    Located in the Cincinnati suburb of Indian Hill Camargo is a wonderful Seth Raynor designed golf course. Camargo is featured in many Top 100 lists and is the premiere private club in the area.  It is a unique golf course and we continually experiment in our quest for improvement.   

    Salary and Benefits: 

    Health, vision, dental and life insurance, 401k, meals, uniforms and clothing allowance, golf privileges, local and GCSAA dues and vacation

    $41,000 plus overtime

    To Apply:

    Email Doug Norwell at dnorwell@camargoclub.com

  • 25 Feb 2018 10:55 AM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)


    Brown’s Run Country Club 
    6855 Sloebig Road 
    Middletown, Oh 45042 

    Minimum Experience: 
    Previous experience as a head Golf Course Superintendent or at least 5 years as an assistant superintendent 

    Minimum Education:  

    • 4 year degree in Turfgrass Management or related field
    • A bachelor’s degree with a 2 year certification from a Turfgrass/Golf Course Management program 

    About the Company: 

    Brown's Run Country Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Madison Township, Ohio

    Brown's Run Country Club was established in 1956 when a group of Middletonians utilized the rolling terrain of the Niderdale Dairy Farm to build a golf course. The course, designed by William & David Gordon opened for play in 1958. For over a half century Brown's Run is still a member-owned club.

    Brown's Run features bent grass fairways, and it is a par 72 that stretches over more than 6,830 yards. Four sets of tees accommodate all skills levels. The USGA rates the course as 73.1 with a slope rating of 123. The classic tree-lined fairways place a priority on accuracy and shot placement. 

    Job overview:  

    · Reports to the Golf Director and General Manager. 
    · The Golf Course and Grounds Superintendent is responsible for all operations related to the golf course, grounds and all equipment needed to deliver excellence. 
    · Responsibilities include but are not limited to: turfgrass management, staff management, equipment management, golf course maintenance operations, budget forecasting and expenditures, proper water management, proper pesticide applications which include recording & compliance with state and local regulations, direct communications with the Golf Director and Green’s Chairperson about course operations. 
    Superintendents Responsibilities: 

    · Maintain the golf course and its playability to the satisfaction of the Club’s Board of Directors, Green Committee & membership. 
    · Maintain Har-Tru tennis courts and swimming pool grounds. 
    · Have the vision and drive for the golf course’s continued improvement, development and conditioning, while maintaining today’s high standards of playability. 
    · Administer and enforce all club rules, regulations and personnel policies. 
    · Recruit, supervise & coordinate the scheduling of the golf course staff including hiring, training, evaluating and disposition of employees. 
    · Oversee the maintenance, scheduling and repair of all golf course maintenance equipment. 
    · Responsible for inventory & cost control for maintaining the golf course. 
    · Develop annual budget & plans for the maintenance and capital improvement projects. 
    · Provide recommendations for improvements & capital equipment expenditures for the golf course, those of which will continue the growth & development of the club. 
    · Work closely with the Golf Director & Greens Committee to operate the golf course in a fiscally responsible & professional manner. 
    · Must be able to work independently and be a self-starting problem solver. 
    · Have computer skills necessary to manage the course and to communicate with membership. 
    · Design landscape plans for facility grounds & is able to implement the plans. 

    · Must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license and pesticide application license. 
    · Knowledge of managing high-end quality playing conditions in transition zone. 
    · Knowledge of use and operating of all standard golf course equipment. 
    · Pass a drug and background check 
    · Knowledge of safe use, mixing & application of chemicals and commercial products. 
    · Knowledge of the game of golf, rules of golf and be a golfer. 
    · Knowledge of proper irrigation system controls, maintenance and installation. 
    · Knowledge of small on-course construction planning, budgeting and implementation. 
    · High level of dedication to the golf course conditions and course improvements. 
    · Ability to  effectively communicate verbally, in writing and electronically with the Board of directors and members. 
    Salary and Benefits: 

    Salary will be $40,000-$45,000 depending on experience. Benefits include: 2 weeks paid vacation and education and seminar fees. 

    Start Date: 

    March 15, 2018 

    Return responses and questions to  amber@brownsruncc.com

  • 19 Jan 2018 10:14 AM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    Springfield Country Club is looking for an individual with an educational background in turfgrass management or related field, or working toward a degree, for full-time employment. Candidate must be an outgoing, hardworking individual with good communication skills. Experience in golf course maintenance is preferred but not necessary. Position will require 30-45 hours/week including weekends, depending on the time of year. Job duties include mowing, bunker and landscape maintenance, tree removal and trimming, fertilizer and pesticide applications, and course setup.

    Other opportunities to learn budgeting, team building, leadership, and chemical and fertility programs will also be developed. Springfield Country Club has hosted the Ohio Am, the Ohio Senior Am, and the US Senior Challenge. Springfield Country Club has also hosted The US Open Sectional Qualifier for 9 of the last 10 years, one of only 13 host sites internationally. Our goal is to provide the best possible playing conditions daily, and provide a first-class, modern golfing experience on our 1921 Donald Ross course.


    • Outgoing personality, strong work ethic and willingness to learn
    • Ability to balance school and work hours
    • Experience operating small hand and mowing equipment


    • Hourly wage depending on experience
    • Uniform
    • Golfing privileges
    • Paid Vacation
    • Employee contribution health insurance

    Date Available March 1st, 2018


    Chad Dorrell, Golf Course Superintendent

    Springfield Country Club

    2315 Signal Hill Rd

    Springfield, Ohio 45501



  • 19 Jan 2018 10:06 AM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    Brown's Run Country Club is looking for a golf course mechanic.

    Skills Required:

    • Minimum 2 years experience with maintenance of gasoline, diesel engines, small motors, hydraulic and electrical systems.
    • Capable of troubleshooting electrical, hydraulic and mechanical problems.
    • Capable of welding and fabricating as needed.
    • Must have valid drivers license and insurance.
    • Golf course experience is a plus.
    • Must be able to lift, load, or move up to 50 lbs of weight containing pieces of equipment.

    **Hourly rate based upon qualifications.

    Brown's Run Country Club

    6855 Sloebig Road

    Middletown, Ohio 45042

    (513) 423-9401

    Send resumes to Amber Ripley  amber@brownsruncc.com

  • 19 Jan 2018 10:04 AM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    Course Description:

    NCR Country Club was designed by the late Dick Wilson and opened for play in 1954. The club has two distinctly different 18-hole courses. The North Course is a links style course, with classic greens and an open turfgrass growing environment. It is a par 70 and stretches to 6,828 yards at the tips. The South Course has newly regrassed T1/Alpha Bentgrass greens, and is a par 71. The South Course measures 7,048 yards of wooded and rolling countryside. It has long been included in Golfweek’s “Top 100” classic designs. The South Course has hosted the 2013 USGA Women’s State Team Championship, 2005 U.S. Senior Open, 1998 U.S. Mid-Amateur, 1986 U.S. Women’s Open, and the 1969 PGA Championship.


    Must currently be enrolled in a 2-4 year turfgrass program. Previous golf course experience not required.

    Salary & Benefits:

    $11.00 - $12.00, commensurate with experience. Will assist with locating housing near club. Golfing privileges, uniforms, discounted meals & club apparel, the ability to assist & attend at a national golf tournament.


    2018 Golf Season


    Interns will play an active role in the day to day operations at NCR Country Club. Our active club schedule will teach you key skills to be successful in the industry such as; efficiency, planning and implementation, fast thinking, team work, dedication, and much more. Duties will include but are not limited to; course setup, chemical and fertilizer applications, disease and pest identification, monitoring course conditions, hand watering and operating the irrigation system, irrigation repair, leading small crews, drainage design and installation, and any other activities that may be required, as well as operations tasks such as staff management and budget analysis. The internship is not a "job" rather a building block for your career path. We are looking for those individuals who posses a mindset for learning and attention to detail, as well as ambition to excel as a professional in a competitive golf course industry.

    Interested applicants should send a resumes with cover letter to the email address below.


    Internship Brochure

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