The PGA in Scotland Extends Special CPD Subsidy for Certified Putting Instructor (CPI) Course


Frankly Golf ‘s Frank Thomas with PGA in Scotland’s Regional Manager Shona Malcolm in St. Andrews

After a successful first year of activity, the committee of The PGA in Scotland is continuing the education subsidy offered to members opting to take the Frankly Certified Putting Instructor Course as part of their ongoing education, on a first come enrolment basis.

The CPI Course offers PGA professionals the opportunity to specialize in putting instruction, which adds an additional service to their club and its members and income stream to their business.

Upon hearing the news of the continuation for a second year, Frank Thomas, founder of Frankly Golf and leading golf innovator said,

 “It is our sincere pleasure to work with the PGA in Scotland, and specifically Regional Manager Shona Malcolm and her committee, for another season of Certified Putting Instructor (CPI) subsidies for a limited number of members who are passionate about advancing their knowledge base, enhancing their business and adding another dimension to the offerings at their club by focusing on the importance of sound scientifically based putting instruction.”

Shona Malcolm reported “The feedback from the 20-odd PGA Professionals who took advantage of the subsidy last year was so positive that the Committee of the PGA in Scotland had no hesitation in extending the support for a further year.  I have no doubt that many more PGA members in Scotland will be keen to participate in this on-line, flexible learning course which consistently attracts excellent testimonials from those who have undertaken it. ”

PGA in Scotland members wishing to enroll in the CPI Course and take advantage of the subsidy, should click here

To read some of the stories of PGA in Scotland members who have become CPI’s click here.

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