Worcester Country Club is Hiring

Historic Worcester Country Club in Massachusetts is hiring. 

“Aspiring and current golf professionals may apply as well as caddies, golf operation services, and interns looking for their start working in golf we have positions available. High School, college students, and retired individuals looking for full or part time work at the Home of the First Ryder Cup may also reach out,” writes Head Golf Pro Andrew Lane. 

Lane asks anyone that is interested to email him. 

About Worcester CC 

Worcester CC has hosted the NEPGA Championship twice before, in 1996 and 2009, with Dana Quigley and Paul Parajeckas winning the titles, respectively.  

On the international stage, Worcester is known for hosting the 1925 US Open, the inaugural Ryder Cup in 1927, and the 1960 US Women’s Open, making it one of only three courses to host all three events (the others being Pinehurst and Hazeltine).  

The Worcester course was designed by Donald Ross in 1914 and has undergone significant renovations since it last hosted in 2009.

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