Through The PGA’s training and education programmes, there are two routes to learn more about coaching:
Successfully completing an ASQ Level 1 qualification and becoming licensed to operate as a volunteer assistant coach is not a short cut to becoming a PGA Professional. The Volunteer and Professional pathways are completely separate; at no point along the Volunteer pathway is there a transition point leading to becoming a PGA Member.
Being a Volunteer coach
Volunteer coaches should be:
*In order to obtain a Volunteer Golf Coach Licence (L1 or 2) you will need to evidence that you have:
PGA Assistant Professionals
Please note that PGA Assistant Professionals enrolled on to the three-year PGA Training Programme undertake coaching qualifications at Levels 1 and 2 as part of their training.
The initial course fees for both Level 1 and 2 are included within their Training Programme fees. Refunds cannot be given to anyone who completes either level prior to enrolment on to the PGA’s Training programme.
Phil Edwards has returned to the club where he learned the game determined to ensure it has a bright future.
21 Feb 19
Funerals details confirmed with donations being made to St. Michael’s Hospice
21 Feb 19
England (East) has lost one of its most respected members
18 Feb 19