Your professional Golf Career

PREPARING YOU FOR GOLF EMPLOYMENT

The golf business is larger than you know and professional golf career opportunities for qualified and trained individuals are more varied than you can imagine! For most, the idea of a career in golf brings images of a young pro behind the counter at a country club (and these golf jobs are out there), but in reality, the game drives millions of golf job opportunities in the United States alone. In just 16 months you can earn your Associate’s Degree in Golf Management and be prepared to pursue that golf career!

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Consider a few of these figures from the latest Golf 20/20 state of the game report:

  • FACT: Golf’s direct economic impact on the U.S. economy reached $76 billion in 2005, more than the motion picture and recording industries combined.
  • FACT: Golf is responsible for contributing about $3.5 billion annually to charities across the country, more than any other sporting activity.
  • FACT: Golf employment – The golf industry provides 2 million jobs in the U.S. and total wage income of $61 billion.

Source: SRI International (2005). The Golf Economy Report

Our PGA placement staff knows what it takes to succeed in the golf industry, and they work closely with students to ensure they are prepared for their job search. With an ever-expanding network of golf professionals, our placement staff will help you identify and pursue the golf job you want! Talk to our PGA staff to discover what separates us from other Golf Colleges.