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Company/Organization: Mid-American Junior Golf Tour


The Tournament Coordinator internship involves exposure to all aspects of golf administration and operations while working as a team (5 interns on team). It includes but is not limited to: tournament administration (both in-house and on-site), membership services, general office administration, on-site tournament operations, proper marker of golf courses and rules officiating. This position will provide a wide-range of experiences for an individual seeking to pursue a career in golf operations. The Tournament Coordinators will travel extensively throughout the Midwest during the internship to help conduct national junior golf tournaments.

IN-HOUSE: When not traveling, Tournament Coordinator Interns are expected to be in the office by 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday Friday.
TRAVELING: Most days will begin between 5-7 a.m. and end between 6-9 p.m. every day while travelling, including weekends.
NOTE: If you are not a morning person, get homesick, dislike traveling, or are unable to travel in cars for an extended period of time, this internship is not for you


Must be at least 21 years of age by start date
Golf knowledge is preferred, but not mandatory
Experience in event management/operations is preferred
Past experience in a team environment
Efficiency, multi-tasking and time management
Ability to work and communicate in a team atmosphere
Highly motivated and self-starter
Excellent communication and public speaking skills
Basic computer knowledge and skills

Paid Internship Info:






Start Date:

May 20, 2015

End Date:

01/05/2015, August 14, 2015

January 5, 2015
Additional Info:
Interns will learn all aspects of preparing and administrating junior golf tournaments. Some of the duties with regards to tournament preparation may include:
On-course rules officiating
General tournament set-up and preparation
Start and score players
Monitor equipment inventory, maintenance and replenishment
Public speaking
Customer Service
Operation and maintenance of company vehicle & trailer
Work with golf course staff, sponsors, and volunteers
Maintain and work within a tournament budget

Some of the duties with regards to the MAJGT handled in-house may include: college coach interactions, tournament administrations, local media, and customer service, public relations, tour research and additional duties assigned by management.

Work outside in extreme weather and temperatures
Work in direct sun exposure
Drive and operate golf carts and company vehicle (must have a valid drivers license)
Use and operate company equipment
Stand and walk for extended periods of time
Ability to spot golf balls on the course
Communicate both verbally and in writing
Lift equipment up to approximately 50 pounds

Interns will travel to all tournaments as a group in the company vehicle unless it is a local event, in which case interns will drive themselves. When travel is required for an overnight tournament, all interns will travel with the Director of Operations and Manager of Communications/Marketing & Events in company vehicle.

Adidas is the official apparel sponsor of the MAJGT and will supply all staff uniforms for the season. Each intern will receive uniform shirts, shorts, rain suit, shoes, MAJGT duffle bag and backpack. Uniforms MUST be worn on all tournament days. Interns must wear their own golf clothing on set-up days and travel days. Interns MUST comply with the MAJGT Dress & Appearance Policy at all times.

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Mid-American Junior Golf Tour

The Mid-American Junior Golf Tour (MAJGT) is designed for exceptionally talented junior golfers throughout the Midwest ages 12-18. The MAJGT is nationally recognized by the Golfweek Sagarin Rankings, Junior Golf Scoreboard and American Junior Golf Association with all of its events providing national exposure.

Through communication with both current and potential members, we found that a strong demand exists for a series of events contested throughout the Midwest, events designed specifically for the elite player. The Mid-American Junior Golf Tour, is a direct result of the culmination of years of research and feedback gathered from Midwestern facilities, professionals, coaches, junior golfers and their families.

While providing a national spotlight for the very best players in the Midwest to display their skills, the MAJGT also provides players and their families national exposure to the collegiate golf experience.

Through three event formats, junior golfers are eligible to compete in nationally recognized events designed specifically for certain age divisions.

The MAJGT is designed to play host to the finest players in the nation, with the competition levels being among the highest offered in the Midwest. To ensure top-level fields and exceptional levels of competition, it is required that MAJGT tournament participants are able to perform at an elite level.

The strength of the MAJGT depends primarily on 3 factors: (1) the quality of MAJGT fields, (2) the quality of venues, and (3) the proper administration of each event. Excellent field strength not only benefits all players but also the MAJGT itself as it works to increase national recognition, attract members, and encourage college coaches to utilize the MAJGT as a main recruiting source.

Mid-American Junior Golf Tour    [ All of our Internships ]

11855 Archer Ave. Suite 200
Lemont, IL 60439

Phone: 630-685-2416       Fax: 6302579830

Email:  hire@majgt.org
Website:  Mid-American Junior Golf Tour

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