The future plans and objectives for The PGA will be revealed and discussed at the annual Regional Members’ Meetings, which return in the new year.
Robert Maxfield will present his vision for the Association by attending all seven meetings across the UK and Ireland. He will be joined by members of the senior team, who will brief on the progress made in 2019.
Members will be able to quiz The PGA’s Chief Executive on the recent landmark decisions to broaden the PGA Membership categories and introduce a new logo incorporating the most powerful three letters in golf.
Paul Wiseman, PGA Executive Director – Education, will also be on-hand to discuss the significant changes to the new CPD offering which will help Members remain at the forefront of the golf industry.
Furthermore, Members will learn about the key objectives for the Association heading into the new year and beyond, while the usual AGM activity including; appointment of captains, officers and award presentations will also take place.
Tristan Crew, PGA Executive Director – Members Services, commented: “We want to engage with as many of our Members as possible at all seven meetings held across the UK and Ireland.
“This is your chance to hear about important changes and future plans of the Association and provide any feedback or comments you might have. We look forward to seeing you in the new year.”
Regional Members’ Meetings 2020
Thu 6 – North – (Pleasington Golf Club)
Fri 7 – Midlands (Henley Golf & Country Club)
Mon 10 – Scotland (The Gleneagles Hotel)
Tue 11 – Ireland (Dundalk Golf Club)
Wed 12 – East (Bishop’s Stortford Golf Club)
Thu 13 – South (Kingswood Golf Club)
Fri 14 – West (Woodbury Park Golf & Country Club)
Mon 2 – WPGA (TBC)