Skip to Content

Education

2019 Spring Area Meeting Schedule

Sandhills (V) – Monday, March 18 – Pinehurst Resort – 2 View Room
Grand Strand (VII) – Tuesday, March 19 – Grande Dunes MC/Myrtle Beach, SC
Cape Fear (VIII) – Wednesday, March 20 – River Landing CC/Wallace, NC

Lowcountry (III) – Wednesday, March 27 – Moss Creek GC/Hilton Head Island, SC
Palmetto (II) – Thursday, March 28 – CC of Lexington

Highlands (I) – Monday, April 8 – The Cliffs at Keowee Falls/Salem, SC
Greater Charlotte (VI) – Tuesday, April 9 – River Run CC/Davidson, NC

Triangle (IX) – Tuesday, April 16 – Prestonwood Country Club
Atlantic (X) – Wednesday, April 17 – Wilson Country Club/Wilson, NC
Piedmont (IV) – Thursday, April 18 – Greensboro Country Club – Farm Course

CLICK HERE to View More Information

Online Education

Watch presentations from the 2018 & 2019 PGA Merchandise Shows

2018 PGA Merchandise Show

If you need PGA Education MSR credits, here is an opportunity to watch videos recorded at the Member Business center during the 2018 & 2019 PGA Merchandise Shows. All you need to do is watch a video and successfully complete an assessment at its conclusion.

Be sure to check out your allied associations such as CMAA.org and GCSAA.org (among many others) for their educational opportunities.

Associate Opportunities & Education

Carolinas PGA Associate Education Committee

Paige Cribb, PGA

Chair

pcribb@coastal.edu

Mike Mueller, PGA

At Large

mmueller@pgahq.com

Briana Sweeny, PGA

At Large

briana.sweeny@countrycluboflandfall.com

Josh Wagaman, PGA

At Large

josh_wagaman@kiawahresort.com

Elliott Jones, PGA

At Large

ejones@myersparkcc.com

Articles

Using the Case Studies in Level 1

This article may be helpful in explaining how important the case studies are and how you can connect them to completing your portfolio.

Read More
A Guide to an Acceptable Level 1 Portfolio

Here's another article that can assist with making sure your Level 1 portfolio is completed correctly and easily approved.

Read More

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 mwhitenack@pgahq.com.