hear from National Links Trust Founder Mike McCartin and Area Director of Operations - Troon, Tim Krebs, PGA on the NLT mission in the District of Columbia, their approach to providing affordable, accessible golf supporting diversity and the overall growth of the game and learn more what the future plans are and their foundational pillars that will be built upon affordability, access, diversity…but with architectural interest
Today Carty is all about sparking that flame as the Director of Inclusion and Community Engagement for the PGA of America. And earlier this year she unveiled the organization’s Inclusion Guidelines for Golf Facilities, a 35-page publication for course owners and operators Carty wrote after visiting nearly 100 courses around the country
It can feel trite to try and build a bridge between the tragic and senseless loss of life to diversity in golf, but they are both underpinned by a very long history of estrangement among Americans based on skin color, ethnicity, gender, etc
Through GAIN™ (Golf: Accessible and Inclusive Networks) and other programs, the Alliance promotes inclusion and awareness to the golf industry, golf instructors, and the public
May 29, 2020 Jay and Don recapped the very latest in the golf industry, including reaction to the latest legislation out of DC related to the House passing Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020. They wrapped things up with a spotlight on Virtual Women's Golf Day with special guest...
Sandy Cross oversees the 29,000 individuals as the leader of Human Resources and Diversity and Inclusion Departments of the PGA of America.
Disabled Golfers- An Underserved Group By Ronnie Miles, Co-Director of Advocacy, NGCOA Diversity and Inclusion initiatives have become mainstream for the golf industry today
According to Joe Grohman, PGA HOPE National Trainer: “As the Head Professional at a military golf course for over 20 years and the Southern California PGA Diversity and Inclusion Committee Chairman for the last 12, I have extensive experience working with Wounded Warriors, Disabled Veterans and the disabled through golf
Golf's Hole in One By Jared Williams, NGCOA's Co-Director of Advocacy In my new role as Co-Director of Advocacy, I am also taking the lead on a lot of the NGCOA’s diversity and inclusion tasks. With that comes a natural obligation to try to find ways to improve the diversity within the game of golf