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Cantigny Golf: Providing a Winning Formula

Cantigny Golf is redefining public golf. Through its impeccable facilities and targeted programming, Cantigny serves almost two thousand junior golfers each year, and an array of new adult golfers as well. With playing its beautiful courses being the ultimate goal for their students, the PGA Professionals at Cantigny Golf are growing the game in leaps and bounds.

Bringing New Golfers to the Range – A Monthly Look at the Efforts of PGA Professionals to Grow the Game

With an influx of new golfers in the past year, practice ranges and short game areas are the driving force in player development and retention. Two PGA Professionals, Juliet Little in New Jersey, and Jason Kuiper in Georgia, highlight their efforts to grow the game in this month’s Bringing New Golfers to the Range segment.

Women Leading on the Range: Playing an Important Role in Player Development

Short courses and putting courses are playing a greater role than ever in the player development and education of students of all ages and skill levels. Mary Hafeman is an award-winning PGA/LPGA Professional at Missing Links Golf Course & Driving Range in Mequon, Wisconsin. She took some time to tell us about it, in her own words.

Five Questions with Stephen Aumock, PGA – Gleneagles Country Club

Stephen Aumock is a leading teacher in the game of golf. The PGA Director of Instruction at Gleneagles Country Club has a Teacher of the Year Award and a Professional Development Award under his belt in the Northern Texas PGA Section. He’s used player development programming and member engagement to drive member retention. We had a few questions for him on the issue, and here’s what he had to say.

GRAA Award Winner Profile: Brian Jones, Kenwood Country Club

Brian Jones is a PGA Professional. He wears many hats and does a lot of good in the game of golf. This piece details his background, his expertise and his efforts to be one of the top mentors in the game.

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