Club Details

Old Baldy Club

PO Box 707
East Pic Pike Road
Saratoga, WY 82331

This club uses CMAA's General Manager/Chief Operating Officer Concept.
Age of Club Number of Members Average Age of Members Club Ownership
57 154 64 Member-Owned
Gross Dollar Volume Annual Dues Volume Annual Food Sales Annual Beverage Sales
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Golf Facilities

  • 18 hole course, par 72, designed by Henry Hughes, Architect in the Rockies

Tennis Facilities

  • 2 outdoor Hard courts

Swimming Facilities

  • 1 Outdoor
Heated Pool

Other Athletic Facilities

Tackle Shop with private Fly Fishing excursions. Outdoor activities to include River Floats, Horseback Riding, Mountain Hiking & Wildlife Viewing. Fitness Center, Spa & Salon.

Dining Facilities

  • 1 that seats 180
Multiple dining facilities offering casual, formal & private dining

Special Club Features

Old Baldy is located outside the small town of Saratoga, Wyoming. Membership is by inviation only. The western setting provides a unique atmosphere for the Members and their Guests as they spend their summers in the Rockies and at the Club.

Club is open 7 days per week, 4 months per year.

Job Details

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Brief Job Description

OBC’s Internship Program is geared toward students who truly desire to make Club Management their career.  The Internship will help each student gain pertenant on the job experience within the Club hospitality field.

Types of Internships Offered...(Internships will be designed around the needs/desires of each Intern).

  • Positional:  This is an internship where a student is assigned to a club job or staff position for the duration of their employment.  The training for this position is focused, as the employee will serve in the same capacity for an extended period of time.  The benefit of this internship is valuable entry-level experience in an assigned area and the opportunity to demonstrate technical proficiency and member service skills.  Students well suited to this program might typically be a freshman or sophomore with little or no previous club experience.
  • Rotational:  This is an internship where a student rotates through the various departments within a club staying in each department for a short period of time.  The student may spend the entire internship rotating among departments or in a modified rotation internship they might rotate through the various departments and then settle into an assigned area for the remainder of the experience.  This training method helps expose a student to a wide range of areas within the private club environment, some of which they may or may not have seen previously.  Students best suited for this type of internship may be someone in their second or third year of college who has some basic understanding of club management and who has extensive experience in another hospitality area and who desires a more varied experience than the entry-level internship opportunity.
  • Customized:  This is an internship based on the Intern’s academic requirements as they may vary with different Hospitality Institutions.  The internship may also vary if the Intern has prior experience or brings new skills that can be incorporate into the Club.

Work Areas offered to each Internship:

  • Front Desk / Concierge / Bellmen
  • Member Special Events
  • A La Carte Dining
  • Kitchen
  • Catering to Member’s Homes
  • Accounting & Administrative Offices
  • Clubhouse Maintenance
  • Housekeeping
  • Golf Course
  • Golf Shop
  • Streams Department
  • Tackle Shop

Candidate Qualifications

  • The ideal candidates should be committed to service excellence and possess a positive attitude. 
  • These professional students should have a true passion for the Club industry.
  • They must be eager to learn and excited about becoming a part of OBC’s Employee Team… “Our mission is dedication to create outstanding experiences for every Member, guest and each other.”
  • They need to be currently or recently enrolled in a hospitality or club management educational program.
  • Prior Club experience is a plus but not a requirement.
  • The time commitment will be determined by the Internship Program that best suits the candidate’s needs and what type of program best fits their ongoing professional growth.
  • Participation in Intern Evaluations:
    • Initial Evaluation (Review of Intern’s Application and what to expect in the weeks to come)
    • Weekly Experience Review – To be completed by the Intern
    • Mid-Term Performance Assessment
    • End-Term Performance Assessment & Final Review by Intern Student

Educational Requirements

Enrolled in a 4-year Hospitality Program.

Date Position Available

May 2019

Other Benefits

  • Paid Internship
  • Housing provided at no cost
  • Meals available during working hours
  • Uniforms provided by the Club


Come meet us during the Career Opportunities & Mentoring Showcase at the CMAA World Conference in Nashville.

Please send resumes to:

Lisa Culbreath, CCM
Member Services Director
PO Box 707
East Pic Pike Road
Saratoga, WY 82331
PHONE: 7045792938