As part of Make Golf Your Thing’s continued focus on inclusion, we’ll be launching the 2023 Education Series by hosting a 90-minute workshop on March 23rd that focuses on creating cultures of belonging within our organizations.
The 90-minute workshop will be facilitated by Ethos Talent, a full-service diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (“DEIB”) transformation firm headquartered in Chicago, Illinois that advocates for opportunity for underrepresented and underserved groups in organizations. This workshop is open to everyone in the golf industry. A recording will be shared with all registered participants one day after the session.
|Thursday, March 23||11:00 AM||2||Creating Cultures of Belonging|
|CLICK HERE TO REGISTER|
The Georgia PGA Board of Directors will give current updates on the State of the Section. Members will need to vote on two resolutions to the Constitution.
Volunteer as a live scorer for any of our Junior Tour Tournaments and earn 1 PDR Credit per hour (max of 8 per day)! These tournaments consist of Boys & Girls from ages 11-18.
If interested please contact the Georgia PGA Junior Golf Manager, Tanner Higgins at email@example.com.
Please CLICK HERE to view the Georgia PGA Junior Tour schedule.
To receive proper professional development requirement (PDR) Credits, Georgia PGA members must send copies of their PDR certificates or other documentation of the event to the Georgia PGA office.
Seminars outside the PGA or not on the approved list may be honored upon submission of documentation detailing the course content and length, as well as a certificate of completion or transcripts. If honored, PDR Credits will be awarded as stipulated by PDR Rules and Regulations.
Additional Resources on PGA.org: View PDR Requirements
Complimentary online PGA Education is now available through PGA.org. These courses can be found by clicking here and logging in with your PGA.org username & password.
There are multiple online video seminars. PGA members can receive one (1) to two (2) PGA Education PDR by watching a video from the list, and taking an assessment at the conclusion of the video.
PDR credits may be earned only one time for any online PDR course. In order to earn PDR credits, you must score a 70% or higher on the assessment. If you do not score 70% or higher, you will be allowed one (1) re-take opportunity. You will be directed to the assessment when the video concludes.
Volunteer for a Georgia PGA tournament to earn 1 PDR credit per hour volunteered. (Max of 8 credits per day.) For more information, contact Pat Day at firstname.lastname@example.org.