To ensure the Australian golf industry maintains its position as one of the best in the world, the PGA provides industry specific training and education opportunities for those seeking to start, advance or consolidate their career in the golf industry.
Many young golfers set their sights on playing on Tour, but the truth is a variety of other career opportunities exist within Professional golf. Golf globally is a varied industry offering a variety of employment opportunities and the PGA works hard to support and develop individuals who have a passion for a career in golf.
The PGA owns and runs three education divisions: PGA Academy, PGA International Golf Institute and PGA Centre for Learning and Performance. Collectively, these divisions offer traineeships, tertiary education and performance coaching to PGA Members, tour Professionals and the public, both domestic and international.
For many golfers following a career path within the sport they love can seem like nothing more than pure fantasy. However, in reality, every day the P...
PGA International Golf Institute
The PGA International Golf Institute (PGA IGI) is Australia's leading Golf Management education provider.
PGA Centre for Learning and Performance
The PGA Centre for Learning and Performance leads the way in high performance golf coaching.
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