More Than Just a Game
Golf is more than just a game. It’s a $76 billion industry that supports nearly 2 million jobs.
The College for a Career
in the Golf Industry
Our associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs are designed to train students as multi-disciplined business professionals ready to work in the rapidly evolving golf industry.
Many of our more than 11,000 alumni have climbed the ranks of the golf industry. Check out who made this year’s Top 100 Alumni.
Business Innovation for the Golf Industry
Our partnership with New England College of Business combines golf education, work experience and an accredited bachelor’s degree in business.
Why Golf Academy of America?
For 40 years, we have trained students to become multi-disciplined business professionals ready to pursue careers in the golf industry.
More than 11,000 students have come from all over the United States and from across the world on their way to a golf career.
45 PGAProfessionals on Staff
Our PGA Certified faculty train students to become teachers of the game, as well as experts in the industry.
Our associate’s degree in golf operations and management takes just 16 months to complete.
With both an associate’s and bachelor’s degree program, there’s a path that fits your educational and career goals.
Our five campuses are located in the most vibrant golf markets in the United States. Learn the golf industry first-hand where it matters most.
Through the golf-focused portions of our curriculum and developing as a player and instructor through coaching, clinics, open practice and tournaments, students develop as both professionals and stewards of the game.
Students learn about how golf technology shapes not only the development of the game as instructors, but also how changes in technology impact the growth and profitability of a golf business.
Online Learning Options
You have the option of completing the first semester entirely online. In subsequent semesters, you will still be able to take select golf management courses online — in combination with on-campus classes, open play, tournaments and golf lessons and labs.