The Southern California PGA Foundation’s mission is to provide all those who might benefit, especially youth from all communities, with opportunities to acquire sustainable life skills and values obtained through the game of golf.Learn More
Get started on your journey with a coach who specializes in your experience and needs. You'll discover it's more than just a golf lesson. There are SCPGA Members waiting to help you get the most out of your golf game!Learn More
With the launch of our Friends of the SCPGA Perks program, you can now have access to more benefits than ever before. Numerous SCPGA Perks partners are extending exclusive offers to you. Sign up for our newsletter to unlock the discount code page.Learn More
There are two pathways that lead to PGA membership — the PGA PGM Associate Program and the PGA Golf Management University Program.
The Playing Ability Test or “PAT” is a measure of golfing ability. It means PGA Professionals have the skills needed to teach and grow the game.
Member Service Requirements, MSR, is a requirement of PGA Members. The current cycle is Cycle 17A: June 16, 2022 – June 15, 2025.
This year the SCPGA has partnered up with SCPGA Junior Tour Alumni, Patrick Cantlay for the Toyota Tour Cup Patrick Cantlay Foundation Series!
On May 30th students from Compton Unified School District experienced a tremendous afternoon at Compton Par 3 Golf Course as they were provided an inaugural complimentary golf clinic with the Southern California PGA (SCPGA).
Making the Game Better for Nearly 100 Years
The Southern California Section of the PGA of America was established in 1924, and today is comprised of over 1,700 Golf Professionals working at over 500 facilities within the Section. The mission of the Southern California Section (SCPGA) is the purpose of the PGA of America, to promote the enjoyment and involvement in the game of golf and to contribute to its growth by providing services to golf professionals and the golf industry. The SCPGA provides competitive playing opportunities, educational seminars, and player development initiatives, within a geographic area that stretches from Baywood Park to the Mexican border and from the Pacific Ocean to the Nevada and Arizona borders.