In an effort to provide a safe, enjoyable tournament experience to juniors and their families, the GSGA Junior Tour hires several staff members throughout the year. Learn more about these positions below.

Tournament Staff (Traveling)

In order to successfully conduct more than 90 events each year, the GSGA hires 40-50 tournament staff members to assist with the onsite implementation of tournaments. The majority of tournament staff is needed during the peak summer season (late May-July), however, opportunities are available to assist with events in the subsequent fall, spring and summer seasons once one summer season has been completed. These opportunities are based upon need and overall performance during the initial summer season. Potential candidates must be high school graduates and some knowledge of the game of golf is preferred. Scheduling is somewhat flexible based upon event needs, but availability during a majority of the summer season is expected. All tournament staff positions are paid an hourly rate and require the ability to travel in a personal vehicle to and from events within the state of Georgia. Learn more about the tournament staff positions below.

Operations Intern (application deadline - March 15)

An Operations Intern is responsible for providing onsite support during tournaments for the GSGA Junior Tour. This position requires a good working knowledge of tournament operations and the ability to work effectively in a team setting. Click here to apply.

Tournament Intern (application deadline - March 15)

A Tournament Intern is responsible for overseeing the onsite administration of tournaments for the GSGA Junior Tour. This position requires an elevated working knowledge of tournament operations and GSGA Junior Tour policies and best practices. Because of this, potential candidates for this position must have completed at least one prior season as an Operations Intern. The Tournament Intern also leads an onsite team of tournament staff who conduct the Tour’s events and activities. This position requires the ability to transport operational equipment to and from each event and the ability to learn and operate the Tour’s administration software. Click here to apply.

Daily activities for tournament staff include: player registration, starting players, course marshaling, Rules officiating, scoring players, course clean up and overall supervision of the event.

P.J. Boatwright, Jr., Intern (In-House & Traveling) (no longer accepting applications for 2019)

The P.J. Boatwright, Jr. Intern is responsible for assisting with the day-to-day management of the GSGA Junior Tour for a three-month period during the peak summer season (ideally mid-May until Mid-August). This position primarily assists with the daily in-office management of the Tour, however, some travel will be required to provide onsite support for and oversee administration of tournaments as needed. Potential candidates must be high school graduates and must be a recent graduate or actively working towards a college degree. Some knowledge of the game of golf is preferred. Availability during the entire summer season and the ability to work weekends as needed is required. The P.J. Boatwright, Jr. Intern is paid a bi-weekly stipend and requires the ability to travel in a company vehicle to and from events within the state of Georgia.

Daily activities for the P.J. Boatwright, Jr. Intern include: providing customer support relating to membership and event registrations, assisting with management of tournament staff scheduling and correspondence, assisting with logistics and maintenance of operational equipment, assisting with promotional and social media efforts, providing support for and overseeing onsite administration of events including player registration, starting players, course marshaling, Rules officiating, scoring players, course clean up and overall supervision of the event.