Whether you are looking to boost your brand awareness or extend your business network to drive new opportunities, the PGA offers an array of sponsor and supplier opportunities across our various business categories.
The PGA is always seeking to align with like-minded partners to work with us across our events and business categories, and offer brands the chance to engage with the golf industry throughout Australia and The Pacific, from grassroots to elite level.
The PGA has a proven history in maintaining long-term partnerships that produce results. GM Holden has been a PGA premier partner for the past 23 years - their longest partnership outside motor sport. Another long time premier partner is Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) - the preferred beverage supplier of the PGA. Holden has sold over 13,000 cars as a direct result of their involvement with the PGA through the Holden Scramble. While in the first 18 months of partnering with the PGA, CCA saw a 300 per cent increase in 'golf' market share.
The PGA is dedicated to growing the game of golf and the PGA brand while maintaining our core values: Accessibility, Professionalism, Integrity, Respect, Leadership and Excellence, and the PGA are always searching for new partners to work with us in this endeavour.
If you would like further information about partnering with the PGA, please contact:
General Manager - Commercial
Mobile: +61 429 366 720
Phone: +61 3 8320 1911
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