Fairway to your future: New-look qualifications website from The PGA

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An easy-to-navigate, mobile-first website offering everything aspiring PGA Professionals need to start their journey towards a successful career in the golf industry.
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May 29, 2024
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AdvertisementAre you passionate about golf and dreaming of turning that passion into a rewarding career?

The Professional Golfer’s Association have unveiled a game-changing resource with the launch of their new qualifications website earlier this year. Designed to be user-friendly and mobile-first, this platform is your gateway to a successful career in the golf industry.

A newly qualified PGA professional re-gripping a golf club
Learn the necessary requirements to be a qualified professional

The all-new qualifications.pga.info offers a sleek and dynamic interface, providing aspiring PGA Professionals with a clear educational roadmap towards their goals. Whether you're considering the FdSc - BSc (Hons) in Professional Golf Studies, the DipHE - BA/BA (Hons) in Professional Golf, or the BSc (Hons) Applied Golf Management Studies degree, all the details you need are just a click away.

What really sets this new website apart is its comprehensive content. From understanding the different qualifications to exploring career opportunities, every aspect is covered in detail. Worried about making the right choice? The site includes a handy 'Frequently Asked Questions' section to address common queries and support your decision-making process.

Two PGA coaches teaching a newly qualified professional about club repairs
Develop new skills

Alongside the revamped website, The PGA has also launched an interactive digital brochure. This brochure not only highlights the benefits of pursuing a PGA qualification but also showcases the myriad of opportunities awaiting you in the golf industry with insights from recent graduates and alumni. Ready to take the first step? You can download the brochure here.

With golfers from around the world choosing to study with the world’s oldest PGA, there is also a dedicated section for prospective international students, which provides essential information about the PGA Training Programme, application requirements, and support services available to international applicants.

PGA students on a driving range
Play your best golf

Dr Paul Wiseman, Executive Director, PGA Education said: “We are extremely proud of what is a world-leading education programme, delivered in partnership with two exceptional universities, and highly experienced PGA tutors and coaches who are experts in their field.”

“PGA professionals are the past, present and future of golf, enjoying careers all over the world in a variety of rewarding roles,” added Wiseman. “We look forward to welcoming students this year on their path to becoming the next generation of our historic organisation.”

So, if you’re thinking about a career in golf, find all the information you need at www.qualifications.pga.info. Download the brochure and start your journey today.

Applications for entry into the 24-25 academic year close on 31 August 2024.

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