BOYLSTON, Mass. — Brianna Sovring will oversee junior golf programs for thousands of New England juniors as the New England PGA’s next Junior Golf Manager.
Sovring will join the NEPGA on February 1, 2021, and will have the opportunity to oversee the NEPGA Junior Tour and it’s 120 annual events, along with the Section’s 12 Drive, Chip and Putt Competitions and one of the country’s largest PGA Junior League programs. Sovring brings a wealth of experience to the position after serving as the Player Development Director for the Central New York PGA since 2018 after completing two internships with the Section.
“We are very excited to have Brianna join our team and be a part of the NEPGA family,” New England PGA Executive Director Michael Higgins said. “She had a significant impact on the junior programs in the Central NY PGA Section, and I am looking forward to working with her to bring junior golf in New England to another level!”
Sovring graduated from SUNY Cortland with a degree in Sport Management and competed on the women’s golf team all four years, including her final two as a co-captain. In her role at the Central NY PGA, she oversaw the Section’s Junior Tour, Drive, Chip & Putt programs, PGA Jr. League, Green$Card sales, Women’s Association, and monitored the Section’s social media, website and marketing efforts.
“As a young woman from New York, to have the opportunity to work with such a successful and impactful group of individuals at the New England PGA is an honor,” Sovring said. “Words cannot describe how blessed I feel to be able to grow the game for amateurs, women, juniors and the families from all over New England. With the potential that the junior programs have in New England, I am just so excited to start this new challenge and bring some new ideas to an already successful junior program.”
Sovring began playing golf at the age of nine and before running the CNY PGA Junior Tour, she was a member herself, helping her build an understanding of what’s needed to help the next generation of golfers. Sovring make the move to Massachusetts with her long-time boyfriend of five years, Andrew Moesch.