Keiser University College of Golf Graduate Passes PGA Playing Ability Test
Keiser University College of Golf (KUCOG) graduate Peter Crocitto III recently passed the 36-hole PGA of America’s Playing Ability Test.
Administered at the par-72 Reunion Resort Golf Club Nicklaus Course in Orlando, Florida, Crocitto shot rounds of 79 – 70 = 149 to pass by eight strokes. A measure of golfing aptitude, the Playing Ability Test is one of the requirements to become a PGA professional and successful completion indicates possession of the necessary skills to teach and to grow the game of golf. Crocitto, a former University of Miami and Keiser University baseball player and Gold Glove recipient, also earned his Keiser University Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management in 2019.
Crocitto shares details of the challenge in this video as he works towards the ‘next step in his journey’ of establishing a career as a PGA Teaching Professional.
Made up of nearly 29,000 professionals the PGA of America’s mission is to help golfers navigate their journey as far as they’d like to go. One of the organization’s most notable contributions to the world of golf is the hosting of the Ryder Cup and its championship events including the PGA Championship, the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship and the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.
The mission of the KUCOG is to educate the future leaders of golf by providing a well-rounded golf education. With faculty comprised of PGA Master and Certified Professionals, students have the opportunity to earn Associate and Bachelor of Science degrees in Golf Management.
If you can see yourself participating in events like these, contact us today to chat about a degree in golf.