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As a result of PGA Professional participation, this study is recognized as the industry's leading source for golf operations and facility data, providing you with invaluable information to help you track market performance.

In an effort to streamline the survey process for you this year, you will have the ability to answer only the operational areas in which you manage, such as Overall Financial Performance, Golf Operations, Golf Course Maintenance, Food & Beverage, Membership as well as some general statistics about your facility.

Through your participation in this survey, you and other PGA Professionals will continue to benefit in a number of ways, including:

- Access to the survey's web-based reporting tool

- Ability to benchmark your facility's performance against other like facilities

- Preparation for your annual budgeting process

- Promotion of golf's impact though state and national economic impact studies

When you complete the survey by June 10, 2015, you can earn up to two MSR credits



PGA National News

Defending Champion Inbee Park Heads List of Major Champions in 2015 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship

Two-time defending champion Inbee Park heads a list of 22 major champions who have committed to compete in the 2015 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, June 9-14, at Westchester Country Club in Harrison, New York. Canadian star Brooke Henderson, 17, who finished third in the recent Swinging Skirts Classic, received an exemption to the Championship. View More

Californian Michael Block Reflects Upon a“Life-Changing” PGA Professional National Championship

The showcase Championship for PGA Professionals will be held, June 28-July 1, at The Philadelphia Cricket Club. View More

What a Week for Jerry Haas, PGA

The Wake Forest University men's golf coach from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, tied for 17th place, to earn low PGA Club Professional honors in the most historic and prestigious event in senior golf. He finished with a 72-hole total of 5-over-par 293 and took home a crystal bowl and a new kitchen of appliances from KitchenAid. View More

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