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PGAs of Europe Annual Review Details Highlights of 2014/151 min read

Posted on: 25th Jan 2016

The latest of the PGAs of Europe’s regular Annual Reviews has been released and details the many highlights of the 2014/15 season for the Association.

The Annual Review looks at a variety of areas that the Association is involved with such as education across its 37 Member PGAs, golf development all over the world delivering golf development services to The R&A’s “Working For Golf” programme, as well as its work with Ryder Cup Europe through the vehicle of the Ryder Cup European Development Trust.

The 2014-15 Edition is once again hosted on the same platform as International Golf Pro News (IGPN) meaning a fully digital and responsive Annual Review exists for everyone to read whilst hosting rich media such as embedded videos and hyperlinks to related content.  A physical print run has also been created to give readers a tangible ‘in-hand’ reading experience.

The Annual Review also covers much of the Association’s 25th Anniversary Year and helps to show just how far the PGAs of Europe has come over a quarter of a century.

The Review also looks at how the Association’s Communications continue to develop with the introduction of an new and improved website,, and the newly added A.S.K. section, along with the continued success of International Golf Pro News.

A timeline of the various events and key happenings is also included and gives a brief look at the strength and breadth of the Association’s activities.

View the Annual Review Online At


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