Is it an official body?
PGFA is now a committee of Golf Australia.
How can I contribute?
We are keen to receive information on rounds played at your public facility.
The names and specific details are not produced but data is aggregated data to indicate the movements in rounds played in the golf industry.
How do I know my information will remain confidential?
Any data is coordinated by Golf Australia with only aggregated data provided to the GA Committee, golf venue operators and the general public.
Who is eligible to be part of the group?
Owners, operators, staff of public golf facilities.
Why is there a need to be involved in the AGIC?
It is our intention to be part of AGIC to get access to key industry bodies to enable the group to be heavily involved in the promotion of the game. It makes sense that we are working with the key bodies. If we set up as a renegade group, then the future of the association will be limited
What is the difference between this group and the GMA (Golf Managers Association)?
GMA is focussed on General Managers working at Member-based venues; this is directed towards public facilities.
Is anyone getting paid for work in the group?
No. If direct services are provided, then due selection process will occur and payment will be made accordingly
Who will be sending the information out?
The Board will direct all communications
How often is the group intending to meet and where will this occur?
Board meets quarterly, with phone conferences most likely. The Annual General Meeting is planned to be held in conjunction with an event that has a high numbers of members in attendance.
How do I get in touch?
phone 03 9626 5000