Ann Mabry at the PGA show

How PGA Pros Contribute to Premier Golf’s Success

February 24, 2020
Premier Golf

PGA Professionals tirelessly help grow the game in many different ways, including golf travel.

“Since our inception in 1991, PGA pros have contributed to our overall success and helped propel the popularity of golf travel in the U.S. and around the world,” says Ann Mabry, managing director of Premier Golf.

Premier Golf’s participation in the PGA Retirement Plus program gives pros the opportunity to contribute to their retirement account with referral commissions.

Over the past five years, Premier Golf has paid out over $630,000 to PGA Professionals. The top 5 earning pros from 2015 to 2019 received commissions ranging from $29,263 to $16,279.

“I’ve worked with Premier Golf for years,” says Shawn Cox, PGA professional at The Grand Del Mar Golf Club in San Diego, California. “It’s so easy. I tell them where I want to go and how much golf we want to play and they put together the perfect itinerary for me and my members. And the Golf Retirement Plus really adds up. It’s the easiest money I’ve ever made.”

Chad Seymour, a Premier Golf travel specialist and retired PGA Professional at Westfield Country Club in Westfield Center, Ohio sums up the program this way: Premier Golf’s 4% PGA Golf Retirement Plus Program is ideally designed so pros can earn a tax free amount on the total invoice,” Seymour says. “It’s one of the best programs I’ve seen because it takes the burden of planning for the trip off the pro’s shoulders while helping him or her add to their retirement account.”

He adds,  “Some pros don’t realize they don’t have to travel with the group they organize and they can still earn the 4%.”

In addition to the monetary commission reward, Seymour says, PGA Pros can develop closer bonds with their members, forge long term relationships and build creditability and job security by providing a wonderful travel experience their members will always remember.

“This is it in a nutshell with Premier Golf. All you have to do is pack your bag,” says Bill Robinson, PGA Professional at Kinderlou Forest Club in Valdosta, Georgia.   “It’s that easy.”

If you want to learn more about the program call 877.568.3660, email Chad at [email protected]

Or email one of our other experienced team members Managing Director Ann Mabry [email protected], Golf Travel Specialist Tim Willerton [email protected] or Golf Travel SpecialistPaul Schwartz at [email protected]