PGAjobfinder is for those interested in posting or searching for non-management positions such as assistant professionals, teaching professionals, sales, administration or golf support staff. PGA Professionals and the general public may post resumes viewable to employers.
To post and view job postings, log in to PGA.org, visit the Employment tab, and click on PGAjobfinder.
The PGA of America offers many ways for the public to find PGA Professionals in the Southern California area for lessons, instruction, clinics and more. In order for golfers to find you accurately, your PGA ProFinder profile needs to be complete and up-to-date. The PGA has made this process much easier. Click on PGA.com Pro Services and log in with your PGA.org username and password, and get started gaining new clients today!
Update your information on your CareerLinks profile to receive job notifications that match your experience and qualifications. To update, log in to PGA.org and click on the word Employment to access the PGA Employment Center and click on “Edit CareerLinks Profile.” Be sure to choose “Yes, I want to participate in CareerLinks” and to save your information once completed.
PGA PerformanceTrak, in Cooperation with the NGCOA, is an alliance research program that delivers “data and tools” to support PGA Professionals, owners and the industry in managing and evaluating the performance of their facility. Monthly Rounds Played data collection and reporting is one key element of PGA PerformanceTrak. Click here for more information.
MSR CREDITS You may earn up to two (2) MSR credits by completing the compensation survey.
TOP 5 REASONS WHY EVERY ACTIVE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PGA MEMBER AND APPRENTICE SHOULD COMPLETE THE 2017 PGA COMPENSATION SURVEY: