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PGA Professionals bring a wealth of expertise and knowledge that can have an impact on all aspects of the golf business from driving up revenues to bringing in the next generation of golfers.

Their importance is reflected in the wide-ranging roles they fulfil across the industry from traditional club professional and director of golf to expert coach and retailer.

The PGA works hard with golf bodies such as the UK Golf Course Owners Association, Home Unions and Golf Club Managers’ Association and golf club committees to highlight the range of skills and expertise its members bring to their roles and the contribution they can make at golf facilities.

A team of Business Relationship Officers is also active regionally, building stronger links with the golf industry.

This section contains a series of articles illustrating the contributions that PGA Professionals make at golf facilities including details on the levels of skill and expertise that should be expected of a PGA Member.

As golf facilities endeavour to find their way in a changing economic and social landscape, the role of the PGA Professional has become increasingly important and PGA.info looks at the part they can play in helping golf clubs flourish.

PGA Professional benefits
PGA Professional roles