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Duo Join Foundation Board of Trustees

John Easterbrook.

Lawrence, Kansas, United States: Douglas Dykstra and John Easterbrook have been appointed to the Board of Trustees for the GCSAA Foundation, the philanthropic organisation of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA).

Dykstra is a Certified Golf Course Superintendent (CGCS) and Director of Agronomy and Facilities at White Mountain Country Club in Arizona and also serves on the Board of Directors for the GCSAA.

A 31-year GCSAA member, he is a member and Past President of the Cactus and Pine Golf Course Superintendents Association. He also previously served as President of the Nebraska Golf Course Superintendents Association and Secretary/Treasurer of the West Virginia Golf Course Superintendents Association. 

Easterbrook became the PGA of America’s first Chief Member Officer in 2017 and is a 35-year PGA member. Before joining the PGA staff, Easterbrook spent 20 years as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Troon.

“Doug and John bring a wealth of experience in the golf industry that will help the Foundation advance our mission,” said Jeff L. White, GCSAA Foundation President.

“We look forward to Doug and John providing their insights as the Foundation works to fund critical programmes and research leading to innovation that ensures the long-term sustainability of golf courses and the business of golf,” added White.

The GCSAA Foundation secures funding and support to strengthen advocacy, education, and research that advances the work of golf course management professionals. It was founded in 1955 as the Scholarship & Research Fund for GCSAA.

The Board of Trustees is composed of four GCSAA directors and one representative each from the USGA, PGA Tour and PGA of America. The trustees are responsible for advancement, policies, and general review of the mission and goals of the organisation.

The current Board also includes TA Barker (GCSAA Vice President), Paul Carter (GCSAA Secretary/Treasurer), Emily Palmer (USGA) and Paul Vermeulen (PGA Tour).

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