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Everything to Know About a PGA Pro


If you’re new to the game, still learning, or want to improve, working with a PGA Professional might be a good next step. Here’s everything you need to know about taking your game to the next level with a PGA Pro.



1. What is a PGA Pro?


A PGA Pro is a golf professional academically qualified and trained to teach the game of golf under the Professional Golfers’ Association. PGA Professionals are members of the PGA that have completed extensive education and have experience that qualifies them for a career in the golf industry.


2. How do I find a PGA Pro?


Visit and click “find an instructor” under the “instruction” tab at the top of the page. There are an multitude of teaching professionals to choose from, so find one nearest you to start learning!


3. How do I find the right PGA Pro for me?


Finding the right PGA Pro depends on who you are and what level of golf you would like to get to. This makes the process of selecting an instructor specific and unique for every golfer. Some of the factors that should be taken into consideration when selecting a PGA Pro are compatibility, accreditation and experience. You need to be able to trust your PGA Pro, communicate with them, to gain the type of experience and knowledge you are seeking.


4. What are the benefits of having a professional instructor?


There are many benefits to having a PGA Pro. These instructors can supply knowledge and share their experiences from their time in the golf industry. Having a PGA Pro is the perfect way to grow your personal golf game, and continue to learn more about the sport and your potential in it. Although they say practice makes perfect, there’s always room for improvement. A PGA Pro can be with you every step of the way!


5. How do I become a PGA Teaching Pro?


The PGA Golf Management University Program is a program for aspiring PGA Professionals to learn about golf and success in the golf industry. It is a 4.5 – 5 year program that consists of classroom time and experience from different internships. Once graduated from the PGA Golf Management University Program, you will attain a college diploma, you will be classified as a PGA member, and you will have 100% job placement.




We would like to thank all of the PGA Professionals out there that work hard everyday to grow the game of golf and aid in the development of others. Find your PGA Professional today!


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0 responses to “Everything to Know About a PGA Pro”

  1. Such a good tip. You can only get better at golf with practice and proper instruction. We can always learn something new!

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