Golf tourism is considered one of the smokeless industries that brings many economic benefits. Since then, golf has gradually been the focus of universities. Accordingly, career opportunities for golf and golf coaches are quite large.

Along with the rapid growth of golf tourism, golf promises to be an attractive industry, bringing a large revenue source for businesses, contributing to the national budget. The development of golf tourism industry entails the demand for personnel of the golf industry, especially the trained and highly trained coaches. This is also a profession that brings a lot of income.

In the world, this income is 400 USD for hour, the common income is 50 USD for hour. Thus, the average monthly income of golf coaches ranges from 1,000 to 1,500 USD for month, equivalent to 12,000 USD for year. Apart from high income, golf coaches also enjoy friendly working environment, green environment, flexible working time …

In addition, The HIU golf students also have the opportunity to experience the study abroad period at Konkuk University, to go to Korea to study golf and participate in tournaments in this country with many interesting learning and playing experiences . During the course, the school will provide golf equipment and learning tools for students.

If you are passionate about research, after finishing university, students can study to master’s degree in golf at Konkuk University in Korea. The graduates of golf can be participated in training, teaching at schools, centers …, and can participate in managing and managing professional sports clubs, sports events, and business. sports business, communication on sports and participating in scientific research in the field of sports management …

In order to bring golf closer to the public, the Golf Day series of events offers free experience for those who are just beginning to get acquainted, or want to learn about this sport. After 4 organized sessions, with the dedicated guidance of professional coaches, the program has truly become a bridge to bring golf closer to the Korean people.