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How does one become a tour rep? What are the requirements regarding educatioin, experience, and knowledge?
I'm 24 years old and hold a BS in Business Administration with concentrations in Management Information Systems and Global Supply Chain Management. I'm currently employeed with one of the big three auto manufacturers in their IT department but I've always had a soft spot in my heart for the game of golf. I'm a 3 handicap and know numerous individuals in the golf industry yet they all tell me to stay where I'm at. I cannot stop imagining a life as a tour rep of some sort.
Any information would be great :)
I'd love to be a Titleist Tour Rep some day.
Who wouldn't. Lots of travel and Hampton Inn breakfasts. You are on the go so much, the last place you want to be is playing golf. Takes a special person.
I used to be one for Sonatec. Lots of travel (sucks), lots of hotels (sucks). The players are for the most part cool but there are some prima donnas for sure. You play no golf just fit and build clubs and bs with payers, caddies, reps, and agents.
Got to see ever major city but it is hard not to burn out after a couple of years.
what about becoming a demo rep or a area rep? also are there different types of reps?? for example ones just does stores and another thats green grass???
All the reps have tech reps that they use for green grass fitting days as well as in store fitting days. Most of the fitting days are conducted outside because it is better to see ball flight. If you are a PGA member or apprentice, that is helpful because they know that you will have a well rounded background in golf. The best thing to do is be at a green grass account, learn from a fitter, do fittings, build a relationship with the rep, and have good feedback from players that you have fit. Then talk to the rep about being a Tech Rep for him/her.
can you tell me who the reps are in houston,texas??
Hi Matthew, Sorry about that, but, we don't give out the reps names or info because they would get inundated with calls and requests.
thats funny TY! Where you guys heading to now?
Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 11:30:54 AMSubject: Tyler B replied to Re: David Browning replied to Re: Titleist Tour Rep Employment Discussion