The future of the PGA of America’s headquarters remains up in the air. But, judging by its litany of events announced on Tuesday, it appears the association is making the nation’s capital its home away from home.
Rumblings of a potential merger between the PGA of America and PGA Tour—reuniting the two entities that 50 years ago were under the same corporate umbrella—made for an entertaining first (unofficial) day for the PGA of America’s new CEO Seth Waugh.
Seth Waugh, new CEO of PGA of America, is bringing a mandate: To grow the game and improve lives of organisation’s 29,000 members
In accepting the position to lead the PGA of America, Seth Waugh figures his life is coming full circle.
That Seth Waugh would one day be leading a major golf organisation is something many in the industry have been predicting for some time.
As he often does, a Golf Digest colleague, John Huggan, asked a question over lunch that caused all conversation to pause. “What,” he said, “are we doing here?”
PGA Championship 2018: How big is the economic impact for St. Louis from holding the PGA? It might surprise you
We won’t know until Sunday who the PGA champion will be, but the “big winner” at the PGA Championship appears to already have been determined.
The PGA’s affirmation seems to suggest the proposed interpretation will go into effect without many, if any, changes.
Obscurity is the plight of the club professional, whose hours are longer than Dustin Johnson and certain to produce only yawning instead of fawning.
Pete Bevacqua leaves the PGA of America with a strong financial structure, but that doesn’t mean that his successor will not face substantial challenges.
PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua announced on Tuesday he is leaving his current position to join NBC Sports.
The PGA Tour released its much-hyped schedule for 2019 on Tuesday morning. Since the PGA of America’s announcement last August that the Wanamaker...