The Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) has always stood for excellence in the golf industry. One of its goals is to ensure that children of all abilities, from all walks of life, are afforded the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game. Toward that end, our local PGA Section and its members are spearheading a grass-roots effort to introduce elementary-age kids to the wonderful sport of golf.
We are helping connect with local children regarding opportunities to learn and play golf – a sport that is often underrepresented in schools.
We would love to provide each school with materials about PGA junior golf programs to share with parents and students as well as the knowledge and equipment to implement yearly golf curriculum in Physical Education classes.
We also arrange for a PGA Professional to conduct an interactive golf demonstration for the kids of each visited school in hope to create a relationship and bridge the gap between local club professionals and their local schools.
Our Golf In Schools P.E. Curriculum is an APPROVED program of BOCES, Arts in Education.
Integrating arts and enrichment activities into the school curriculum is a proven approach for engaging and motivating students. Arts integration with other core subject areas results in problem-based learning. 21st Century skills such as multi-cultural literacy, creativity, innovation and problem solving are embedded in this learning,
This program offers districts access to the to our online approved PGA Professional/P.E. Program. Included is management of: