PGA Level 4 Certificate in Coaching Golf

PGA Level 4 Certificate in Coaching Golf

Applications currently closed.

A qualification aimed at ambitious and experienced coaches looking to further develop their coaching expertise and specialist knowledge and skills.

The PGA manages and delivers the PGA Level 4 Certificate in Coaching Golf in partnership with the University of Birmingham. The Level 4 qualification will help you to continue your development as the 'right coach in the right place at the right time'. This is the PGA's vision for the future of golf coaching, ensuring:

  • More people playing golf
  • More people achieving their potential
  • More people staying in golf
  • Better performances on a world stage

After completion of the Level 4 Certificate in Coaching Golf, you will be able to:

  • Design, implement and evaluate the process and outcome of long-term and/or specialist coaching programmes
  • Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge that you apply in an innovative and creative way to solve complex problems in golf
  • Make critically informed decisions that lead to effective coaching practice that is at the forefront of the golf coaching profession
  • Show that you are a highly motivated and critically reflective learner, committed to advancing your own practice as a high performing coach

To be awarded the Level 4 Certificate in Coaching Golf you will need to have achieved the Level 3 Certificate in Coaching Golf, successfully complete the Postgraduate Diploma in Sport coaching and submit a coaching application to The PGA.

University of Birmingham Coaching Courses

As the Level 3 and Level 4 applications are currently closed, please contact The PGA at if you are considering enrolling on to any of the University of Birmingham courses, in order that we can offer you a realistic timeframe for progression on to a L3 or L4 PGA qualification.

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