PGA Golf Performance Program – Tournament Play, World Class Facilities, Training and Education
Face to Face training
Lectures and workshops will be interactive and highly golf specific to ensure your training is relevant to the golf industry and individually improves the golf performance of the students. Attendance at 80% or more of lectures is a minimum requirement for all students. Lectures and squad practice will be conducted 4 days per week from Monday to Thursday around the tournament schedule. A typical day commences at 8:30am and concludes at 3:30pm.
A strong schedule of 12 x 54 hole tournaments, 2 x 72 hole tournaments and multiple 18 hole and 36 hole matches is scheduled throughout the year. These matches will be a combination of PGA Associate matches and Performance Program matches. The format for these tournaments is strokeplay on a variety of championship courses in Victoria. All tournaments are scheduled between Monday and Wednesday. The tournaments are played in blocks so students can train and develop their game over a period of weeks before testing their game under tournament conditions over a series of weeks.
The program is based at the Sandhurst Club in Melbourne, Victoria. All squad practice, lessons and lectures will be at the Sandhurst Club. PGA Associate matches will be at selected venues around metropolitan Melbourne and occasionally country Victoria. The Sandhurst Club includes 36 holes of championship golf with a 270m practice fairway, short game area with bunkers and two large putting greens. The Sandhurst Club has hosted numerous PGA events such as the Victorian PGA Championship and Stage 1 of the PGA Tour of Australasia Qualifying School.
Key Dates for the 2022 intake
Term 4 2022 – Monday 3rd October 2022 to Thursday 8th December 2022
2023 Dates – coming soon
All applicants must meet the following entry requirements:
- Must be minimum 18 years old, or turning 18 during the year of the study
- Successfully complete an application form
- Successfully complete a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Test
- In addition, for entry in to the Golf Performance Program students must have a GA Golf Handicap of 9 or less (male and female)
*Students under the age of 18 must have gained parental/guardian consent to undertake the course
This program is currently only available to domestic students
Applications for the Golf Performance Program are open year-round.
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Program Applications for 2022 are now open!