|KPMG Announces Group of Distinguished Leaders to serve on Advisory Council to Guide Seminal Women's Leadership Summit
"The PGA of America proudly joins KPMG in support of the newly formed Women’s Leadership Summit – an ideal complement to the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. The talented members of this summit’s advisory council are poised to generate momentum that will elevate women’s leadership within our game and throughout the business world."
Pete Bevacqua, CEO, PGA of America
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|2015 PGA Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism to be Presented to Golf Digest Senior Writer Ron Sirak
The PGA Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism honors members of the media for their steadfast promotion of golf, both locally and nationally. Sirak, a senior writer for Golf Digest, will be honored April 8 in Augusta, Georgia. | Read more
Over the course of this year, we have tracked the impact that poor weather has on golf. While results for November and YTD 2014 are indicating rounds and revenues that are generally below 2013, there are more rounds being played and golf-related revenues booked per day open in 2014 than 2013.
A total of eight states reported increases or consistent play for the month of November, some with fewer days open. Top performing states based on the Performance Factor were: Maine, Montana, West Virginia, Iowa and North Dakota. When accounting for days open, 15 states reported increases in rounds per day open for November 2014 as compared to November 2013.
Click here to access PerformanceTrak News which provides rounds played and revenue results for November and YTD 2014.