About PGA Play

PGA Play is a dedicated platform from The PGA that connects golfers looking for lessons – or anybody interested in trying golf – with a local PGA Professional in just a few clicks.

Whether you’re taking up the game or just looking to improve your game, PGA Play is the easy way to find a trusted PGA Professional who is an expert in golf coaching.

Simply enter your postcode to find Professionals in your local area, review their specialisms and facilities and then connect directly with them to arrange a golf lesson. If you’re after something specific – such as group lessons or junior coaching – simply use the filters to refine your search.

PGA Professionals are at the heart of the game, teaching everyone from beginners to Ryder Cup stars and major winners. Highly-trained, PGA Professionals have always been the first port of call for anybody looking to start playing or simply get better.

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About The PGA

We have a firm belief that the PGA Professional will always be central to the growth and success of golf across the world, with their unique and wide ranging skills placing them perfectly at the heart of golf.

The PGA Professional’s passion, enthusiasm, knowledge and commitment can inspire people to take up golf, engage people in learning to play the game, convert people into regular golfers or golf club members and then retain those golfers in lifelong participation.

Founded in 1901 by three golfing pioneers – JH Taylor, James Braid and Harry Vardon - we are a members’ organisation with more than 8,000 Members working in 80 countries worldwide. We are the world’s oldest PGA and are partners of Ryder Cup Europe.

We educate and train PGA Professionals to degree level with the very latest skills and expertise to operate in all areas of golf so golfers can enjoy and play better golf while golf clubs can benefit from the successful management of their facility.

The PGA also plays a prominent role in growing and promoting the game through initiatives and development partnerships with other leading golf bodies, such as The R&A, the Home Unions (England Golf, Scottish Golf, Wales Golf, Golf Ireland) and the Golf Foundation.

If you’re interested in becoming a PGA Professional, find out more at draft.pga.info