Best Practices in the CPGA
An anonymous highlight of best practices in the Carolinas
How is your communication with your members or guests? Years ago when demand was high to get into a private club (waiting lists) or get a tee time at the local public course, we could say just about anything. My, how times have changed in many industries and many are changing their “lingo”. A demand like , NO CARTS BEYOND HERE, is better stated, Please keep carts on path here or possibly no sign at all, just directional arrows or rope off the protected area. Another example in the clubhouse, NO CELL PHONES IN GRILL ROOM, ALL VIOLATERS WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE, might be Please silence cell phones when in clubhouse and then in the rare cases it does come up, address one on one, instead of to everyone that walks in the door.
Associate Opportunities & Education
CAROLINAS PGA ASSOCIATE EDUCATION COMMITTEE
Chair: Paige Cribb, PGA
|At Large: Mike Mueller, PGA
At Large: Briana Sweeny, PGA
|At Large: Josh Wagaman, PGA
At Large: Elliott Jones, PGA
ASSOCIATE MENTOR PROGRAM
The CPGA Associate Education Committee is here to help PGA associates who are currently completing the PGA program. Our goal is to provide educational activities for associates, as well as create a network of Class-A PGA Professionals who are willing to volunteer time to assist associates progressing through the PGA 2.0 program with gaining the needed work experience, completing the required portfolio work, getting out of suspension, etc.
A list of contacts is currently being updated. Check back soon.
If you would like to be added to one of these lists, please contact Mike Whitenack at firstname.lastname@example.org.