Golf Industry Aims to Help Those Impacted by Wildfires
The wildfires in California are impacting many golf industry employees and their families. The PGA of America and the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America each have relief funds in place to assist industry members who are impacted by natural disasters. If you would like to help out, please visit one of the following links:
PGA of America Golf Relief Fund:
GCSAA Disaster Relief Fund:
GOLF 20/20 Is Now WE ARE GOLF
GOLF 20/20 is now WE ARE GOLF. This move streamlines the two initiatives into one. With the merger, resources will be more efficiently applied by one organization, instead of two, on behalf of the golf industry. This will allow the new WE ARE GOLF to focus on its mission of uniting the golf industry to drive participation and to advocate in the game’s best interests.
Stay tuned for further developments.
Collaborative organizations under the WE ARE GOLF umbrella include: PGA TOUR, the PGA of America, USGA, LPGA, World Golf Foundation, National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA), Golf Course Superintendents Association or America (GCSAA) and the International Association of Golf Administrators (IAGA).
WE ARE GOLF
WE ARE GOLF is a coalition of golf’s leading organizations working together to communicate the game’s economic, charitable, environmental and fitness benefits to Congressional leaders. Contributing organizations include the GCSAA, NGCOA, PGA TOUR, the PGA of America, USGA, the U.S Golf Manufacturers Council and the World Golf Foundation.Learn More
Our vision is for golf to look more like America from a socio-economic and demographic standpoint. Our mission is to promote and increase diversity & inclusion across the game and business of golf.Learn More
A Women’s Task Force, comprising of representatives from golf’s leading organizations, was created to address and determine the best strategy to guide the industry’s efforts to increase interest and participation in the game by women.Learn More
The golf industry has been dedicated to environmental responsibility in the design, construction and management of golf courses. Some of the game’s leading organizations have invested considerable resources in this effort and are now leading golf’s drive toward sustainability.Learn More
National Golf Day
National Golf Day celebrates the game’s nearly $70 billion economy, $4 billion annual charitable impact and many environmental and fitness benefits.Read Article
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