Drive your career with the PGA
The PGA of Australia deliver training and education programs that offer an inclusive solution for a career in golf.
Are you looking to start, advance or consolidate a career in the golf industry?
The PGA is invested in developing individuals who have a passion for a career in golf. By providing quality education and training, the PGA is ensuring the Australian golf industry maintains its position as one of the best in the world; producing and maintaining highly trained and skilled PGA Professionals.
While many golfers set their sights on playing on Tour, the truth is a variety of other specialist career opportunities exist within professional golf. Whether it be a Head Professional, Teaching Professional, Director of Golf, Game Development Officer, High Performance Coach, Club Administrator General Manager or Tour Professional, the PGA can provide you with an education solution to assist you reach your career potential.
To learn more about how you can get one step closer to your dream career, the PGA will be running career nights in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia during the month of June. Each session will give potential students the opportunity to learn about the various training and education programs available to become a PGA Professional.
PGA career nights aren't just for school leavers; mature age students are also encouraged to attend, with flexible study options available to help you develop, or change the direction of your career. PGA education staff will be on hand at each session to provide information about courses available, career outcomes, modes of study, degree pathways, enrolment process and help you identify the pathway or program suited to your career aspirations.
PGA CAREER NIGHTS
New South Wales: 10th July, 6.30pm, Moore Park Golf Club, Moore Park
Victoria: 12th July, 6:30pm, Sandhurst Club, Sandhurst
Queensland: 19th July, 6pm, Sanctuary Cove Golf and Country Club, Hope Island
Western Australia: 26th July, 6pm, Wembley Golf Complex, Wembley Downs
SA & TAS – TBA currently accepting expressions of interest
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