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Wide angle view of all three bays in the Golf and Teaching Research Center. Students and faculty are engaged in activities specific to each bay.
The Golf Teaching and Research Center (GTRC) is a year-round, world-class facility that provides you with top instruction and proprietary research aimed at helping you become a better player and teacher.
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The Golf Teaching and Research Center is for the primary use of PGA Golf Management students, in addition to conducting golf relevant research. The indoor space includes motion capture systems from Qualisys and Golf Biodynamics, video analysis equipment and software, ball flight monitors, multiple hitting stations, synthetic putting green, golf-specific exercise equipment, and all of the latest fitting equipment from Callaway, Cobra, Nike, Ping, and Titleist, as well as faculty and intern offices.

Please contact us if you would like to be a part of this state-of-the-art facility. The Golf Management Program will continue to accept donations as it strives to further game improvement research and provide superior learning environments for students.

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The Penn State Golf Courses practice facility is set up to simulate all of the necessary practice situations that might be found on any course. The practice facility at the back of the practice range contains multiple hitting tiers, a chipping and pitching green, green-side bunkers, fairway bunkers, and uneven lies. These areas are for the use of PGA Golf Management students and Penn State golf teams only. The Penn State Golf Courses practice facility also includes four large putting greens, three at the clubhouse and the other by the Golf Management office.

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The Penn State Golf Courses also has its own club repair facility. All PGA Golf Management students have complete access to this building. The club repair room contains all the necessary tools to re-grip, re-shaft, and adjust lie, length, loft, and swing weight of any club. This is also the facility used each fall for club repair workshops conducted by a GolfWorks master club repair specialist.

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The PGA Golf Management Office and Student Lounge serves as everyone’s (students and faculty) second home. The location is the seventh floor of the Donald H. Ford building. Students have full access to the faculty and staff of the PGA Golf Management program. The student lounge includes multiple computers with Internet access.