PGCC hosts golf clinics in the Temecula Area

The Professional Golfers Career College is hosting golf clinics in the Temecula area as part of their Clinic Planning class.
Feb. 4, 2010 - PRLog -- On Wednesday, February 3rd, 30 students from the class hosted a clinic. The topic? Putting & Chipping. Two potentially game-winning skills. The students, led by PGCC faculty members Tom Tryhane and Bill Picca, also a member of the Argentine PGA (A.P.G.A.), taught 35 people, some of whom traveled over 20 miles to participate, the fundamentals of Putting & Chipping at the Castle Creek Country Club.

By all accounts, the Professional Golfers Career College appears to have a simple philosophy; if you love golf, play golf. To foster the love of the game, PGCC ensures that it's students are working at it five days a week, in class and on the course. One stop on the road to becoming a good golfer is learning how to become a good teacher, and through the school's Clinic Planning class, the students can apply their practical knowledge in a real-world setting.

PGCC and its student body are committed to sharing their earnestly acquired skills with the community. All of the clinics are free & open to the public. The next clinic will be held on Wednesday February 17th at Temeku Hills Golf Course, from 10am to 12pm, and everybody is welcome.

To learn more about Professional Golfers Career College, visit or call 1-800-877-4380

Interview Contact: Mark Bland

Professional Golfers Career College
26109 Ynez Road
Temecula, CA 92591
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