Meet the team – 2024 WA Golf Interns

We are pleased to welcome three USGA P.J. Boatwright Junior Interns to our team at Washington Golf! Please join us in welcoming Roger Sauvage, Grace Metcalf and Avery Kindred.

Roger Sauvage

Get to know a little about Roger:

Roger was born and raised in Seattle, Wash. and attended Seattle Preparatory School for high school. He recently completed his sophomore year at Marymount University in Arlington, Va., majoring in business communications. He also plays on the school’s golf team. During high school, Roger worked at Seattle Golf Club, and while at school in Virginia, he worked at Washington Golf and Country Club.

Grace Metcalf

Get to know a little about Grace:

Grace was born and raised in Arlington, Wash. and graduated from Arlington High School in 2022. She is a rising junior at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Mont. where she plays on the golf team. Grace has been surrounded by golf her entire life, thanks to a family passionate about the sport, and she finds joy and numerous opportunities in being part of the golfing community.

Avery Kindred

Get to know a little about Avery:

Avery hails from Arlington, Wash. and attends Washington State University for college. Beyond his passion for golf, he loves watching and discussing sports, particularly baseball and football, with friends and family. His dream golf foursome features Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, and Jordan Spieth, with his dad on the bag.

Each year, Washington Golf provides an opportunity for USGA P.J. Boatwright Jr. Interns. This program is designed to give experience to individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in golf administration, while assisting state and regional golf associations in the promotion of amateur golf, on a short-term, entry level basis. An intern may help conduct tournaments, junior golf programs, membership services, and other general activities that promote the best interests of the game.