2017 PGA Golf Expo
The 2017 PGA Golf Expo will be held at the magnificent Twin Waters Resort from 12 - 14 September. A full schedule of domestic and international calibre speakers and coaches will make valuable presentations over the three days of the event.
The structure of the three day Expo will be as follows:
Day 1 - 12 September
The first day of the PGA Golf Expo is dedicated to industry knowledge, small business and management as well as coaching sessions. While the coaching specific sessions are exclusive to PGA Professionals, anyone in the golf industry is welcome to attend the Expo on day one. There are a number of different sessions to attend that will cover topics such as retail and golf operations. To celebrate the PGA Golf Expo, a welcome dinner with exciting guest speakers has been organised as a relaxed networking opportunity.
Day 2 - 13 September
Day two of the PGA Golf Expo welcomes an extensive trade show featuring approximately 35 golf industry exhibitors and information, training and education sessions throughout the day. With exhibitors ranging from golf manufacturers through to coaching software providers, launch monitor manufacturers and a variety of other areas to assist PGA Members in their businesses and careers, there is bound to be something of interest to everyone in attendance. Day two will also feature both indoor and outdoor training and education sessions, including golf equipment showcases, small business improvement sessions, game development oriented forums and club fitting training provided by all the major equipment manufacturers. The day will conclude with the Yenda Happy Hour, starring 2012 PGA of America Teacher of the Year and Golf Channel personality, Michael Breed ahead of his keynote presentations on day three. Please note that non-PGA Professionals are also welcome on day two.
Day 3 - 14 September
Exclusive to PGA Members, day three of the Expo is dedicated to improving your coaching skills in addition to providing ideas to improve a coaching business. Michael Breed will feature throughout the day, presenting live lessons as well as showing how characteristics of Tour level golfers can be effectively implemented into the games of club golfers. Day three will also include sessions from 2016 PGA of Australia Teacher of the Year Richard Woodhouse and renowned golf academy business developer Jeremy Aisenberg.
You can view the current program here. Please note that sessions are subject to change.
Attendance at the Golf Expo should be viewed as the minimum continuing education standard to maintain coaching knowledge, skills and competences.
As part of the PGA’s ongoing commitment to providing Members with increased value, the 2017 PGA Golf Expo is priced as follows:
|$ 810.00||PGA Member Full Price Entry 3 Day Registration (from 1st July)|
|$ 600.00||PGA Member 2 Day Registration (Day 1 & 2 or Day 2 & 3)|
|$ 600.00||Non Member 2 Day Registration (Day 1 & 2 only)|
Please note that the PGA Golf Expo is an industry event and that some sections of the program are only available to PGA Members to attend. For further information, or to register your interest, please contact Sue McCall on (03) 8320 1964 or via email.
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