The following is a selection of the courses you might take as a Golf Course Management major.

PGM101 Intro to Golf Operations I

Provides students with fundamental knowledge, theory, and application of golf course management. Students study PGA history and constitution, the rules of golf, and tournament operations. Successful completion of PGA qualifying and level 1 testing is necessary for advancement in the major. 3 credits.

PGM102 Intro to Golf Operations II

Provides students with fundamental knowledge, theory, and application of golf course management. Students study PGA history and constitution, the rules of golf, and tournament operations. Successful completion of PGA qualifying and level 1 testing is necessary for advancement in the major. 2 credits.

PGM105 Food Sanitation

1 credit.

PGM111 Player Development

1 credit.

PGM201 Intermediate Golf Course Operations I

Provides students with knowledge, theory, and application of golf merchandising and inventory management. Topics include golf shop, play on the course, golf cart fleet, practice range, and caddie programs. 3 credits.

PGM202 Intermediate Golf Course Operations II

Provides students with knowledge, theory, and application of golf merchandising and inventory management. Topics include golf shop, play on the course, golf cart fleet, practice range, and caddie programs. 2 credits.

PGM206 Turf Grass Management

Provides students with knowledge, theory, and application of fundamental concepts of turf management as it relates to golf courses. Topics include aeration, watering, mowing, and design. Students learn the role of golf course superintendent and customer relations. This course includes a lab that is on-site at a course. 4 credits.

PGM301 Intermediate Golf Course Instruction and Club Customization

Building in the content of Level 1 teaching, this course focuses on feedback practice and how they affect on-course performance. Students learn a variety of teaching methods for different learning styles and different populations. Club customization focuses on club performance due to shaft, grip, and head angle as it relates to individual needs. 3 credits.

PGM306 Pest Management

Provides students with knowledge, theory, and application of fundamental concepts in pest control. Topics are pest control in turf, plants, and animals.

PGM401 Clubhouse Management I

Students will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to manage a successful clubhouse operation. Skills include food and beverage operation, food costs, inventory control, menu planning, staffing, and coordinating with operations. This course will illustrate the contribution of club house activities to the business of golf course management.

PGM402 Clubhouse Management II

Students will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to manage a successful clubhouse operation. Skills include food and beverage operation, food costs, inventory control, menu planning, staffing, and coordinating with operations. This course will illustrate the contribution of club house activities to the business of golf course management.