PGA Inclusion | Workforce

In keeping with our vision for a golf industry workforce that mirrors America, PGA JobMatch invites talent from underrepresented backgrounds to register for opportunities to work in positions that support the PGA’s high-profile major championships including the PGA Championship, KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, and the Ryder Cup.
Job opportunities include part-time and full-time temporary work before, during, and after our events from April to July. This special opportunity to work on a major championship for individuals from a variety of backgrounds, identities, and abilities provides a unique experience and inspiration for the jobs and careers that exist in golf.
PGA JobMatch registration is open twice per year. The PGA conducts extensive outreach with local and national diverse talent associations, colleges, universities, grassroots organizations, and partners to generate awareness and encourage candidates to register for PGA JobMatch. Qualified candidates are then selected to interview with the PGA and its key vendors, such as Patina Restaurant Group, CSC, and KBS Services.

A variety of positions need to be filled each year within areas such as operations, hospitality, concessions, logistics, carpentry, construction, security, and miscellaneous services.
We value strategic inclusion partnerships with individuals and organizations who believe in our commitment and are willing to carry our inclusive workforce message into their communities. We extend authentically welcoming invitations and create clear and visible pathways into the business. Examples include Fairways to Leadership, Thurgood Marshall College Fund Leadership Institute, Black Girls Golf, Sigma Pi Phi, APGA Tour, Women in Golf Foundation, Latina Golfers Association, and One Hundred Black Men of New York.