Creativity is a word we don’t easily associate with the profession of golf. But it’s a skill we need to appreciate if we want to grow the game.
One of the great reasons to love companies like Foremost Golf, TGI, On-Course, and many others I’m less familiar with, is that they create tools that can be shared economically amongst PGA Professionals.

I love the Proponent Group based in the US (working with Professionals from all around the world), because they share ideas and best practice, data and models. They advise each other on the best tools for coaches.

I have heard it said that these companies and groups have filled gaps.

If you haven’t visited then do yourself a favor and visit it now. Beyond the best practice and the training, they’re sharing resources.

Given that there are well over 20,000 PGA Professionals, just in the English-speaking world, there’s an economy of scale that can be leveraged here.  

 We don't need every one of the 20,000 to be creative. We just need to share. If I can pay almost nothing to access a huge catalogue of the greatest music ever created, why can't we do that with lesson plans, and engagements, and events and ...?

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