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Save the Date - CPGA Evolve Golf Fall Regional Area Meetings

Presented by Global Value Commerce & Private Estate - Earn 2 PGA Required MSR'S!

Join us for a great day of education, golf and camaraderie! All attendees will receive an Evolve Golf EC2 Foundry coin and a PGA logo’d Private Estate Golf Shirt. The estimated purse for golf is $1,500, so you might even win a little cash!! The event is open to all PGA members and associates in the Carolinas Section. For golf, you can partner with any active CPGA member or associate in good standing.

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CPGA Fall Teaching & Business Summits

Presented by Superspeed Golf & Chronogolf;
Supported by Jani-King & Finn Scooters

Monday & Tuesday, October 14-15 | Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club | Southern Pines, NC

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Teaching, Coaching, & Player Development Committee Best Practices

Check out best practices from our TC&PD Committee that you can use at your facility!
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Online Education

2019 PGA Merchandise Show Member Business Theater

2018 PGA Merchandise Show

The Member Business Theater has several video topics, from Lifelong Learning, to the Future of Coaching, to China as an Emerging Market. Visit PGA.org today to knock out some MSR credits and learn more!

Click the links above to view the videos or login to your account and click “Earn Credits”

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

bsweenypga@outlook.com

Josh Wagaman, PGA

At Large

josh_wagaman@kiawahresort.com

Elliott Jones, PGA

At Large

ejones@myersparkcc.com

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, and the new PGA 3.0 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.