Here at The PGA we are pleased to be able to offer PGA Professionals and the general public alike the opportunity to interact with us on social media.
We are present on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube as we want to talk about golf with people who are as passionate about the sport as we are. Whilst we like using social media, we do not guarantee that we will continue to do so or that we will engage with all individuals online. We want the experience to be a pleasant environment for our users and to seek to ensure this is possible we may monitor content published through these channels and reserve the right to moderate it as appropriate.
For this reason we may take action against any comments or content posted to our social media accounts which contain the following:
In addition any comments published by PGA Professionals must abide by the Code of Ethics, as detailed in the member handbook.
We also reserve the right to take legal action in the case of any content which breaks UK law (including injunctions), so please be mindful of the impact your content will have before you post it.
In addition we would also like to remind you that it is important to abide by the terms and policies of the social media channel you are posting on.
We will investigate any reports and will take appropriate action according to the circumstances in question which may include reporting inappropriate behaviour to relevant third parties including e.g. the police.
The PGA is not responsible for any information posted on those sites other than information we have posted ourselves, and we do not endorse the social media sites themselves, or any information posted on them by third parties or other users.