Below you will find employment information for PGA Professionals, as well as resources for employers. For more information, please contact: Section Executive Director Geoffrey Surrette, PGA, at email@example.com or (215) 399-7872; PGA Regional Director Joseph Doughty, PGA, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (551) 815-2683; or PGA Career Services Recruiting Specialist Leila Mackie, PGA, at email@example.com or (704) 689-3136.
|PGA Professional Resources
|Make Golf Your Career
|Make Golf Your Thing is a collaborative effort across the golf industry committed to making the sport more diverse, equitable and inclusive. This multi-faceted, multi-year movement is actively seeking individuals, organizations and businesses from all backgrounds, identities and abilities, to pick up the game, pursue a career in golf or promote their business within the industry.
|Become a PGA Professional
|Learn how to earn your PGA Membership.
|PGA Job Finder
|Search open job opportunities in the Philadelphia PGA Section and beyond
|PGA Career Services
|PGA Career Services offers tools and resources to assist PGA Professionals with their employment and career development.
|PGA Members: Set Your Job Preferences
|Saving your job preferences will allow the PGA to provide you with a targeted list of positions and career advancement services as you become more active in your search.
|Build Your Career
|Key ways golf industry professionals can build their careers using PGA Career Services
|Career Seeker's Toolkit
|The PGA Career Fitness Manual is a wonderful tool for PGA members or apprentices seeking a map to chart the course to securing their dream job. You must proactively create a plan and be prepared in advance to succeed in your current job, face the challenges associated with a golf industry career, and take advantage of a new opportunity when it arises.