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Tournaments

All PGA Professionals have one thing in common...they love to play the game of golf.

It is this passion that continues to drive The PGA to organise more than 700 tournaments every year.  The PGA provides a vast range of playing opportunities for Members; from Assistants' tournaments to Seniors' events, county Pro-Am schedules to the PGA Cup, business networking events to the PGA Europro Tour. 

PGA Professionals are recognised not only for their ability to play the game but also their knowledge of the rules of golf, their appreciation for the etiquette of the game and their desire to help others make the most of their golfing experience.

A number of PGA Members have gone on to find significant success within the elite end of the game.  Ian Poulter has been globally recognised for his achievements on the Ryder Cup platform, as has Paul Lawrie.  Robert Rock, another PGA Professional, has also won on the world stage. 

In 2012 Paul Wesselingh, a PGA Advanced Fellow Professional, won the PGA Seniors Championship on his way to being crowned the European Senior Tour's Rookie of the Year.

On a daily basis PGA Professionals worldwide share their knowledge, skills and expertise in the game with golfers, and aspiring golfers, as part of their important role at the heart of golf.

The tournaments and events organised by The PGA at all levels always reflect the professional nature of the Association.  Every PGA Professional and amateur golfer participating in each event can expect a high qualify experience in line with all that The PGA brand represents. 

PGA tournaments are not only successful in attracting competitors and audiences, but they also provide an opportunity for PGA Members to network, to spend time with amateur golfers and, most perhaps most importantly, to play the game that inspired their choice of career.

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