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Category: Issue 36

Junior Golf Passport – everything you need to know

  PGA Professionals who use the Golf Foundation’s revamped 2019 Junior Golf Passport can now also expect business-boosting additions that will sustain and even grow their coaching throughout the winter. The Golf Foundation is working closely with many PGA Professionals up and down the country in a supportive campaign called

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East region ready for 2020

  The PGA in England (East) is set to be a hive of competitive activity in 2020, writes Tony Rushmer. Next year’s regional schedule is due for release in December, with the finishing touches just being applied. But regional manager Gordon Campbell has already confirmed that there will be a

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R&A Swingzone team announced for The Open

  Seven PGA Professionals will make their R&A Swingzone debut at the 2020 Open Championship at Royal St.Georges. A 25-strong team has been selected for next year’s event where free 15-minute sessions will be delivered to the public across eight days in Kent. At this year’s Open Championship at Royal

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‘General managers and their PGA staff’

  On Thursday 7th November 2019, The PGA pulled together five great golf industry minds to discuss key facets of a successful working relationship between General Managers and PGA Staff. This is a largely undiscussed topic within the industry, so this webinar offered some good insight and debate. Within the webinar,

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A beginner’s guide to social media

  Course Title: Beginner’s Guide To Social Media Start/End date: 25/2/2020 Level: Introductory Cost (Member): £42.00 Course Introduction: Baffled by social media? This seminar is designed to bring you up to speed with the everything you need to know to give you the confidence to start promoting your business across

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