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LPGA Class A Tour members who join the LPGA Professionals membership will have a membership status of LPGA A-2.
The chart below lists the requirements to complete the LPGA Professionals Class A certification.
LPGA Class A Tour members are exempt from the Level I and II education programs and testing. The LPGA Professionals membership will provide LPGA Class A Tour members with the Level I & II manuals (as digital copies only) in order to prepare for the final testing requirements. The online knowledge checks serve as a study guide to review this material; they are not pass/fail.
The LPGA A-2 Final Program and Practical Evaluation is where the member will give two (2) golf lessons and will be graded based on the 12 components of an LPGA Lesson.
The information to execute each of these components is laid out in the logical progression of a lesson throughout the 16 chapters of the 3 LPGA manuals (provided as digital copies only).
|Application||Class A Tour Member Price||Non-LPGA Class A Tour Member Price|
To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org and request the application for membership for LPGA Class A Tour members.
Note: LPGA Class A Tour members are exempt from the Playing Ability Test (PAT)
|Level I — Knowledge Check
Upon completion of the application, you will be sent the LPGA Professionals Teacher Education Program (TEP) manual and access to a 25 question, multiple choice and true/false quiz. The questions will cover:
|Level II — Knowledge check
25 question multiple choice and True/False quiz. The questions will cover:
|Practical Teaching Evaluation Webinar (PTE)
Submit 2 Lesson Videos for Review and Feedback
|LPGA A-2 Practical Prep-Course & Evaluation
Four (4) day workshop and evaluation
The LPGA PTE is designed to evaluate the ability to demonstrate knowledge of the physical and psychological principles for creating improved golf performance.
LPGA A-2 Written Evaluation
70 questions: multiple choice and True/False online
Note: After you attend the TEP A-2 class, you have a maximum of one (1) full calendar year to take the Written Exam.