PGA Trainee Program provides a platform to gain valuable training and education within the golf industry.
Applications for the 2017 PGA Trainee Program close on August 31 and we thought we’d share the details of this great program here.
Do you have a dream of becoming a PGA Professional? Well, look no further than the PGA Trainee Program to gain valuable training and education within the golf industry.
Australian PGA Professionals are considered some of the best in the world and can be found servicing the game across Australia and throughout the world. Every day, the PGA of Australia is providing budding golfers with the opportunity to pursue a sustainable career in golf.
About the program
A PGA Trainee works alongside fully qualified PGA Professionals at approved golf facilities around Australia; receiving on-the-job training and access to playing opportunities in a number of Professional PGA tournaments during the program.
Since its inception, the PGA has been producing PGA Professionals who have gone on to forge successful careers in both Vocational and Tournament areas including Head Professionals, Golf Club Managers, Assistant Professionals, Teaching Professionals, Club Administrators and as representatives for leading golf equipment manufacturers.
The PGA Trainee Program has evolved to be one of the world’s most recognised golf training programs and a number of Australia’s leading Professionals began their career here, including Greg Norman, John Senden, Nick O’Hern, Peter Lonard and Rod Pampling.
How to apply
To apply for the 2017 PGA Trainee Program, please submit your online application before 5:00pm on August 31st 2016.
Find out more
If you would like further information about the PGA Trainee Program, please contact the PGA Academy on 03 8320 1967 or email [email protected]
PGA Education and Training
The PGA can assist anyone interested in a specialist career in golf and offer traineeships, tertiary education and performance coaching. To learn more about training and education programs that exist through the PGA, please visit www.pga.org.au/education for further information.