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  PGA Professional Jak Hamblett sees his role as being more than just a golf coach. After bouncing back from his own personal trauma, Jak is on a mission to help and support others through his role as a golf professional. Here’s Jak’s story in his own words… My name

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Sutcliffe aiding stroke survivors

  PGA Advanced Professional Sarah Sutcliffe is based at Tickenham Golf Centre, Bristol and works with Stroke Survivors, supporting them back into the game.  Sarah runs hour-long sessions through England Golf’s ‘Get into Golf’ initiative with the help of North Somerset’s Stroke Association. What made you want to get involved

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Coaching Week 2019 – Get involved!

  THE PGA is once again taking part in Coaching Week 2019 which will highlight the important role coaches play in helping to create the conditions for people of all ages, gender and ability to thrive, as individuals, as groups and as communities. From June 3-9, The PGA will be showcasing the amazing projects and stories PGA Professionals

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Inspirational Ball providing a helping hand for youngsters with special educational needs

  PGA Master Professional Peter Ball is behind the Sheffield Inclusive Golf project which provides fully accessible and inclusive golf sessions for young people with special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities. During Golf and Health Week, we find out more about the project and the reasons behind Ball’s involvement.  

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The PGA welcomes the class of 2019!

  Tristan Crew, PGA Executive Director – Members Services, has this message for the latest crop of graduates from the PGA Foundation Degree and to those current PGA Professionals who play a key role in guiding them on their PGA journey. “This is arguably one of the most special and

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