Education 2017-04-19T13:44:09+00:00


  • May 3rd – 5th – GolfTEC Seminar – Technology Applied with Instruction
    • This spring GolfTEC will be conducting three education seminars, one in each chapter.  Each seminar will focus on how to apply technology through instruction.
      • 9 AM – 12 PM
      • Cost to attend is $10 including refreshments.  
      • All those who participate will receive 3 required MSR credits for attending.
      • For complete details about the program click here
      • May 3rd – Frenchman’s Reserve
        • Registration click here
      • May 4th – Hollywood
        • Registration click here
      • May 5th – Fort Myers
        • Registration click here
  • June 20th – Annual Meeting Seminar – Weston Hills Country Club – Wage & Hour / Facility Risk Management
    • 9 AM – 12 PM 
    • Brad Steele and Zurich will provide valuable information about wage and hour laws and risk management at your facility.
    • Cost to attend $25 per person (includes lunch)
    • 3 required MSR credits will be received for attending
    • Registration coming soon, please note the meeting registration is separate from education
  • August 7th – Tom Shay Seminar – The Quarry
    • 9 AM – 3 PM
    • More details including registration coming soon
  • October 18th – 19th – Annual Teaching Symposium – The Country Club at Mirasol
    • 9 AM – 4 PM both days
    • Featured speakers include:
      • David Cook
      • Joe Hallet, PGA
      • Ed Ibarguen
      • SFPGA Panel of Teachers
  • CPP Certification Programs – click here for registration and more information

*Please note more details will be announced soon.


None scheduled at this time


  • August 14th ~ Crandon Golf at Key Biscayne ~ more details to come at a later date


None scheduled at this time



“Principles of Scorecard Design”, is a free one hour online course eligible for 1 PGA Education Credit.  The course was developed by Golf ScoreCards, Inc. and can be found at To earn a credit a PGA member must watch the video and then pass a short online assessment.


Although scorecards are a small budget item, the look and feel of the scorecard communicates volumes about your facility and it’s important to make it as functional and aesthetically pleasing as possible. “Principles of Scorecard Design” goes over each aspect of the scorecard individually, covering everything from how to display combo tees on your grid to whether your scorecard should include a map. The course also reviews the economics of scorecard ordering and what variables affect price. By the time you complete the course, you will have the tools you need to evaluate the design of your scorecard and optimize your order quantity.

E-Z-GO Golf Car Maintenance Class

  • June 9th at Jupiter Country Club
  • 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM (includes lunch)
  • Click here for further details including a complete agenda
  • To register today contact John Baughman at


  • Click here for CMAA educational seminars and information

For more information regarding Chapter Seminars please contact the following Chapter Committee Chairpersons:

  • Southeast Chapter: Ben Bauer – (561) 624-8922
  • Southwest Chapter: Paul Fitzpatrick – (239) 768-6116
  • Southern Chapter: Manny Palacios – (305) 256-2500
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