National Orientation

National Orientation

The PGA of Canada has an outstanding history of service and tradition in the golf industry, verified by the fact that the association will be celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2011, making it the second oldest PGA amongst recognized PGA's in the world.

Please review the links below or folders on the left hand side of this webpage. This information is the backbone of what it means to become a PGA of Canada Member.

Play Ability Test (PAT)  Standards & Exemptions - click here
Steps to become a Class "A" Member - click here
National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) & Long Term Player Development (LTPD) - click here
Dues, Membership categories, insurance, important dates & deadlines - click here
Police Check with Sterling BackCheck - click here
Respect in Sport module for Golf - click here
PGA of Canada Code of Professional Practice & Privacy Policy - click here
Amateur Status - click here
Steps to join the PGA of Canada - click here

The PGA of Canada is poised to enter a new era of influence in the Canadian and global golf markets. Your association is a highly respected member of the G-9 recognized PGA's from around the world and other PGA's are now looking to the PGA of Canada for leadership in such areas as instruction and coaching, as well as governance and membership.

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