PGA REACH New England, in a collaborative effort with Camp Sunshine (Casco, Maine), is excited to pilot - Camp REACH.
Our NEPGA Professionals will continue to grow the sport in all demographics by bringing golf to campers, offering onsite instruction through the use of inflatable animals, SNAG equipment, BirdieBall and more!
Session One - Thursday, August 25th
In a collaborative effort, PGA REACH New England and the MIT Sloan School of Management hosted a networking and instruction event called, "Writing the code".
This four hour program offered graduate students the opportunity to explore the intersection between business and the game of golf, examine country club culture, and learn how to navigate the game.
PGA REACH New England is excited to continue the Drive, Chip & Putt Skills Competition, a collaborative effort with our partner in Inclusion, Special Olympics-Massachusetts.
Monday, October 17th 2022
Thank you to our host facility, Nashawtuc Country Club (Concord, Mass.) Registration is NOW OPEN, follow the link below.
Volunteers are needed, please contact (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you'd like to support the event or volunteer.
PGA REACH New England is partnering with PGA Professionals and facilities around New England to promote Women's Golf Week, scheduled for June 6th through June 12th.LEARN MORE
How welcoming and inclusive is your golf facility?
The Inclusion Guidelines for Golf Facilities which debuted during the 2021 PGA Merchandise Show and the NGCOA's Golf Business Conference, is an easy-to-use- assessment tool. This facility audit is broken into four categories, Marketing & Communications, Policies & Practices, Physical Environment and Welcoming Staff.
PGA LEAD was created to identify, mentor and progress PGA Members from diverse backgrounds along a guided path to volunteer leadership roles at the Chapter, Section and National levels of the Association.LEARN MORE
PGA LEAD was created to identify, mentor and progress PGA Members from diverse backgrounds along a guided path to volunteer leadership roles at the Chapter, Section and National levels of the Association. Integrating a multitude of dimensions of difference into our leadership ranks can help position the Association for success for decades to come. The goal of PGA LEAD is to establish a deep bench of PGA Members from diverse backgrounds who are prepared to ascend to and through the volunteer leadership ranks of the Association. PGA LEAD also assists in developing PGA Members who desire to serve and make an impact on nonprofit boards in the communities where they work and live.
Each PGA LEAD cohort is composed of up to 15 PGA Members who participate in a curated leadership development experience tailored to those who desire to serve in a volunteer leadership role. PGA LEAD welcomes PGA Members who are early on in their leadership journey, as well as those who are more advanced.
Learn more about the program by clicking here.
Apply for PGA LEAD by clicking here.