From its headquarters at The Belfry, The PGA (Professional Golfers' Association) is responsible for the training and education for over 8,000 golf club professionals – as well as the organisation of professional tournaments at local and national level - including the Ryder Cup which it manages jointly with The European Tour. It is the oldest PGA in the world.
Golfbidder sources most of its stock from PGA club professionals around the UK. Drawing on our many years of experience we are able to offer club pro’s a guaranteed price on used clubs - removing the risk they have traditionally taken when accepting part-exchanges. The value we have brought to the golf market has been officially recognised - and Golfbidder is proud to have been appointed a partner of the PGA. For more information, visit www.pga.info
The European Disabled Golf Association (EDGA) was formed in Wiesbaden in the year 2000 by organisations representing golfers with a disability from seven countries. Today EDGA reaches across the globe, with a membership of 27 National Federations, including all the major golf playing nations in Europe, along with Golf Australia, Golf New Zealand, The Indian Golf Union, The Israeli Golf Federation, The Lebanese Golf Association, The Costa Rican Golf Federation, and The Association of Argentine Golf.
EDGA is uniquely positioned to support the development of initiatives which promote, the development of golf for individuals with impairment, positively influence public perception and offer meaningful and relevant advice to golf’s ruling authorities.