I worked at PGA TOURPros
Great company that offers lots of opportunities for even an intern.Cons
Things sometimes move a little slow.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at PGA TOUR in May 2014.Interview Details
You apply online and they review your basic information, personal statement, cover letter, and resume. Getting to the first round seemed pretty easy even though they said they cut out over 1,000 applicants. There was another look at applicants without any interviews and they cut more people out. After that, they scheduled a phone interview with me. I passed the phone interview, and then what was weird was that they asked for us to send our transcripts for our video interview. All the interview questions were pretty basic questions: Why do you want to work here? Why should we hire you? Etc. Even though I made it to the last round, I don't quite know why I didn't get in. The overall process took about two months, with updates every 2 weeks on my application standing.Interview Questions
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- Of course the most difficult question to answer is why should we hire you? Selling yourself without sounding too conceited or sounding like you don't have enough confidence is really tough for a lot of people. Answer Question
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It takes the ferocity of a Tiger to get to the top of this membership organization. The PGA TOUR, which includes Tiger Woods and golf's other top players, puts on more than 100 official events per year that offer more than $350 million in prize money. Its major championships are the Masters, US Open, British Open, and PGA Championship. The group also oversees the Champions Tour, for players 50 and older, and the Nationwide Tour, for emerging players. The PGA TOUR is separate from the PGA of America, which consists mostly of club pros, although most tour players maintain...