Blue Hill Country Club – site of NEPGA Annual Meeting on October 30, 2017
Joan Stuart The New England PGA Annual Meeting is going to be held at Blue Hill Country Club, 25 Pecunit Street, Canton, MA on Monday, October 30th. This is an election year, so please attend this important meeting to cast your vote (only Class A PGA Professionals in good standing are eligible to vote along with Life Member Active classification). Please note that the time for registration is at 9:00 am with the meeting beginning at 10:00 am. The agenda will be emailed to all PGA Professionals prior to the meeting and will also be posted on our website www.nepga.com. The meeting will also be streamed live on the website. Please plan to attend and this meeting and it is worth 1 required MSR hour for each hour that it lasts. It is usually a threehour meeting. The current MSR Period ends on June 15, 2018.
Are you headed south this fall for an extended period of time? If you are, please log into www.pga.org to change your preferred address so that you receive your 2018 PGA Packet that will contain your lesson book for next year. The process is very simple. Just go to your dashboard and use the “profile” link to edit your information. Be sure to update it when you return to New England next spring
Noel Gebauer , PGA Click here to view the PGA of America Highlight Summary for the month of September featuring the PGA’s Hall of Fame announcement, tournament summaries, Girls Junior PGA Championship news, a PGA Golf Retirement Plus announcement and more.
All NEPGA Professionals who would like to list an Assistant Professional or Teaching Professional opening for 2018 on www.nepga.com can email the information on those openings to Joan Stuart at email@example.com and it will posted under our website’s Employment Tab until that position is filled or the deadline has passed. Please include a brief description of the position, the deadline for resumes, the dates of employment, and contact information. It is always recommended that these positions are also posted on www.pga.org. Also, if you need help for outside operations or are looking for a position for yourself, we can also list those for you. If you are interested or have any questions, please call the NEPGA office 508.869.0000.
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NEPGA Full Swing News Magazine - October 2017