The PJ Boatwright Internship was created by the United States Golf Association to provide an opportunity and education to individuals interested in seeking a career in golf administration.
We are offering a variety of internship opportunities ranging from 3-12 months and are flexible with regard to start and end dates. The internship pays $2,000 per month and is considered a full-time, 35-40 hours per week position.
Tournaments and Championships-Contact: Senior Director of Tournaments and Championships– [email protected]
Tournament entry processing
Computerized management of events including entering players, creating pairings and tee times, and processing results
Site preparation including coordinating site visits with club, course marking, and preparation of Notice to Competitors
Assist the Tournament Director with all aspects of conducting the competitions including (but not limited to) starting, scoring, course setup, producing next round pairings, officiating and reporting results
Assist in the management of volunteers
Handicapping and Course Rating-Contact: Derek McKenzie, Director of USGA
Services – [email protected]
Attend certification seminars in order to get a better understanding of the handicap system
Assist in the management of the handicap system through GHIN
Answer incoming calls from clubs regarding the administration of the handicap system at member clubs
Assist the course rating teams in the field
Input worksheet data to determine the resulting course and slope ratings
Marketing, Communications and Outreach-Contact Anj Brown, Director of Communications and
Outreach – [email protected]
Assist with the daily update of the AGA’s website, azgolf.org
Maintain content schedule on social media platforms
Work with staff to create online videos
Assist in the creation of various written pieces including news articles, press releases, blogs, etc
Work with staff to execute the various regular communications including newsletters, magazine, press releases etc.
Education and Member Services-Anj Brown, Director of Communications and
Outreach – [email protected]
Assist in implementation and education of the AGA’s tournament management software that is provided to all member clubs as part of their membership
Assist in providing support to members in using the software products provided to them including using the AGA’s website to log in, post scores, enter tournaments, etc
Assist in the administration of the AGA’s delegate program
7600 E. Redfield Road, Ste. 130 Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
The Arizona Golf Association (AGA), which was founded in 1923, is a not-for-profit 501(c)(4) association that serves as the official governing body of amateur golf in Arizona. What started as a small group of golfers who got together to run the annual Amateur Championship has grown to an association of more than 700 men’s and women’s clubs, serving nearly 80,000 individual members. Today the AGA is a volunteer-based organization directed by amateur golfers passionately dedicated to promoting the game of golf and providing valuable benefits and services to its members.