Other PGA Programs

PGA of America - Other Golf Programings


Founded in 1916, the PGA of America the largest working sports organization in the world, comprised of more than 28,000 dedicated men and women promoting the game of golf to everyone, everywhere.​​


PGA REACH is the 501(c)(3) charitable foundation of the PGA of America. The mission of PGA REACH is to positively impact the lives of youth, military, and diverse populations by enabling access to PGA Professionals, PGA Sections and the game of golf.


PGA Jr. League is a game-changing opportunity for boys and girls to learn and play golf. The program brings family and friends together around fun, team golf experiences with expert coaching from PGA and LPGA Professionals.


PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) is the flagship military program of PGA REACH. PGA HOPE introduces golf to veterans golf to Veterans with disabilities to enhance their physical, mental, social and emotional well-being.


PGA WORKS is intended to introduce and engage diverse groups - including various genders, ages, races/colors, national origin/ancestries, sexual orientation, disabilities and Veteran status - into the golf industry through the PGA WORKS Fellowship and PGA WORKS Collegiate Championship.


The PGA Golf Management University Program is a four to five year structured educational program designed for the aspiring PGA Professionals. The college curriculum is accredited by the PGA of America and includes extensive classroom studies, internship experience and player development providing students the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for success in the golf industry.


The National High School Golf Association started because the team at Nextgengolf (Acquired by the PGA of America) could not find a good, consistent and reliable resource nationally for high school golf. Our organization wanted to help high school golfers, their coaches, and families, but there was no centralized organization to help. Initially, our goal was to communicate with high school golfers about the opportunity to play club golf in college, but after understanding the high school golf market in more detail, our team realized there is a lot of work to be done to give high school golf the proper time and attention it deserves. It’s time for high school golfers to be united nationally as one!


The National Collegiate Club Golf Association is an initiative dedicated to the organization and promotion of collegiate club golf. Our mission is to increase opportunities for college students to play golf in college. We achieve this mission through the coordination and regulation of competition locally and nationally.

City Tour

The City Tour runs team-based golf tournaments for amateur golfers in major cities. Beyond running great events, we work hard to provide meaningful content and information to young adults and the golf industry at large. Our organization does not focus on the best golfers, rather we support “the rest” and care about the future sustainability of golf.


PGA Junior Golf Camps are golf enrichment programs designed exclusively for the development of the junior golfer. Our camps welcome boys and girls of all athletic abilities, golf experience and competitive desire.


The Drive, Chip and Putt Championship is a free skills competition, open to boys and girls ages 7-15, of any ability. Local qualifying is conducted throughout May, June & July. The 80 finalists will compete in the National Finals held at Augusta National Golf Club on the eve of the following year’s Masters.

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