Association / Federation
Wisconsin, United States: The PGA of America, Ryder Cup Europe and the PGA Tour have announced that both The Ryder Cup and the Presidents Cup have been rescheduled and will now be played one year later than originally planned.
Singapore: The Asian Golf Industry Federation’s Certificate in Greenkeeping programme is serving to encourage more women into the golf industry.
Tokyo, Japan: Sagamihara Golf Club will return to the spotlight when it plays host to the 2021 Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup Golf.
Birmingham, England: The PGA of Great Britain and Ireland has announced a new partnership with Coca-Cola European Partners who will become the Association’s preferred soft drinks provider.
Singapore: The PGA of America, the largest working sports organisation in the world, will seek to strengthen its ties with the Asian Golf Industry Federation in the years ahead.
New Jersey, United States: The United States Golf Association has announced that the US media rights for its championships have been transferred to NBCUniversal, effective immediately
Singapore: A firm commitment to collaboration, technology and diversity are fundamental to Asia’s future golfing prospects.
Singapore: The PGA of America is aiming to capitalise on a surge of interest in golf among non-traditional golfing sources sparked by last month’s Covid-19 charity relief match involving Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
Singapore: The largest working sports organisation in the world, the PGA of America is positioned to extend its influence and support across the golf industry in Asia.
Melbourne, Australia: Perrett Webb Golf Course Architects, one of golf’s most exciting new design collaborations, has signed up as a member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.