Welcoming the 2024 Boatwright Interns

St. Louis, MO - We are ready to welcome our new Boatwright Interns for summer 2024. Every year, the Metropolitan Amateur Golf Association is able to offer these three internship opportunities through the USGA Boatwright program. We are excited to announce the hiring of Will Coleman as the Communications Intern, as well as Brennan Strubberg and Jason Denham as Operations Intern. Will and Brennan will be joining us this summer for 3 months, while Jason will stick around into the fall for 6 months. Please welcome our 2024 interns:

Will Coleman - Communications
Will is a local St. Louis area native, who is a senior at the University of Missouri, graduating with a Business Administration degree of Marketing in May. Will is interested in all things sports, but became interested in golf when his dad began taking him to the course with him as a kid. The two would play together and watch PGA Tour events together. Will has been lucky enough to card a hole-in-one to his golfing recording. When discussing becoming a Boatwright Intern, Will said “I feel honored to get this opportunity to help make a difference and grow the game of golf in the Saint Louis area.”


Brennan Strubberg - Operations
Brennan is a junior at Lindenwood University pursuing a degree in marketing. He is from Washington, MO and is a current member of the Lindenwood men’s golf team. Brennan’s interest in golf peaked at a young age when he picked up golf as a kid and has played ever since. When asked about his internship role, Brennan said, “I am extremely excited to start the Boatwright Internship. I can’t wait to learn more about the golf industry.”


Jason Denham - Operations
Jason is a graduate from Chattanooga, Tennessee and has a bachelors degree in Marketing from Lee University. Aside from golf, he has interest in amusement parks, music, and traveling, which has led him to riding over 400 different roller coasters. Jason began participating in the First Tee at the age of 8 years old, sparking his love for the game. Since then, he played on his middle school golf team, and then chose to continue solely as a recreational golfer. He will be joining us for 6 months, and when asked about the role Jason said, “I am looking to begin my career in Busines Management, and the opportunity to get experience working in a field I love like golf is an exciting opportunity for me. Learning about tournament operations will help me get started in sports management, and I’m hoping to get some experience doing marketing as well. The Boatwright Internship is a great first step to a career in this field. I’m looking forward to having a fun summer!”


PJ Boatwright Internship Program

The P.J. Boatwright Internship Program was established in 1991 with the goal to give experience to individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in golf administration. Interns will help local golf associations to conduct tournaments, junior golf programs, membership services, and other general activities to promote the best interest of golf. For more information on the PJ Boatwright Program, visit https://www.usga.org/content/usga/home-page/about/career-opportunities/usga-internship-opportunities-pj-boatwright-golf.html

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