PGA Golf Management Tournament Program
PGA Golf Management Tour
The PGA Golf Management Tour is a series of weekly, 9-hole tournaments, designed for player development and to improve tournament playing skills. There is no entry fee for the PGA Golf Management Tour; however, participation is required as a part of the Player Development Program. Students who have not passed the PGA/Playing Ability Test must play in six PGA Golf Management Tour events each semester (not including the major tournaments). Arlington Golf Shop gift certificates and a tournament point system are in place to reward the top players.
PGA Golf Management Majors
The PGA Golf Management Major Tournaments are 36-hole events for individuals and teams usually played on weekends. The major tournaments consist of the following events:
- The PGA Golf Management Club Championship consists of a men’s division and a women’s division.
- The Colonel Cup is a 12-man team event modeled after the Ryder Cup format.
- The Colonel Classic is a 2-man team event involving several different formats.
- The Arlington Shoot Out is a 6-man team event
PGA Golf Management Student Association
The EKU PGA Golf Management Student Association provides opportunities for leadership and skill development in specific areas of the golf industry. The Association is managed by students who organize and conduct the tournament program, social and community service events, and student testing review sessions.
The primary goal of the Association is student involvement. Students are encouraged to be active members of the PGA Golf Management Student Association so they may play a role in the day-to-day activities of PGA Golf Management.