PGA Professionals across the country have been given a boost with Club Car announced as the Official Golf Car of the PGA of Australia.
Club Car is committed to growing the game through PGA coaches and is also a proud partner of the world-renowned PGA Education Program.
“The PGA of Australia has some of the most highly sought after coaches in the world,” David Pryles, General Manager – Commercial of the PGA of Australia said.
The golf car manufacturers are also proud to continue their sponsorship of the PGA Professional Championship at Hamilton Island and were on hand to see Matthew Docking claim the 2017 title last week.
Docking will now take on the likes of Sergio Garcia, Adam Scott and Marc Leishman at the Australian PGA Championship at RACV Royal Pines 30 November – 3 December courtesy of his win, his third in four years of playing the tournament.
“Club Car has been, and continues to be a fantastic supporter of our PGA Professionals; their ongoing support of the PGA Professional Championship and our Education Program is invaluable to growing the game of golf in Australia.
“We look forward to working with them in the future.”
Club Car Regional Vice President, Kevin Gates added, “Our significantly expanded relationship with the PGA is targeted directly at helping the Vocational Professionals who are either our customers or key influencers at Golf Clubs across the country.
“We’ll be providing support and educational input to the PGA Trainees and the PGA International Golf Institute as the central component of our partnership. Our relationship with the PGA of Australia mirrors our status as Official Golf Car of the PGA of America and we’ll be driving synergies and shared resources throughout both organisations.”
Club Car is an Ingersoll Rand company with over 50 years experience in manufacturing the industry’s finest golf and lightweight utility vehicles.
Active in Australia since 1984, Club Car is represented by a network of Authorised Distributors. Call 1800 CLUBCAR for your nearest Club Car representative
For results from the 2017 PGA Professionals Championship, visit pga.org.au.