Amanda Fontaine, IGM’s golf course superintendent at The Ledges in Massachusetts, recently returned from a 10-day tour on the grounds crew for the U.S. Women’s Open in Pebble Beach, CA, the top-rated golf course in the country. She said it was “an awesome experience, but also hard, 10-hour days of day and night work on the course. It was no vacation.”
Military service members are trained with a mindset of hard work, team effort, and communication. At IGM, we value the work ethic and values these service members have developed, and we are proud of the veterans who have thrived in our business upon their completion of active duty. The call of the outdoors is strong to many
Everyone with a lawn knows a lot of work goes into having green grass, from regular mowing and watering to fertilizing and pest control. Imagine being responsible for a hundred-acre lawn that also has ponds, bunkers, and sand traps. That’s what a Golf Course Superintendent faces seven days a week. Every great round of golf starts with the
Do you have education or background in agronomics or an interest in working outdoors and seeing the fruits of your labors? We’d like to hear from you, and we employ golf course maintenance crews at courses across the country.