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The events celebrated Haney's relationship with OMEGA, the brand's role as Official Timekeeper of The PGA of America and its support for the sport of golf in the U.S. read more

Ryan Brandeburg, executive director of Golf Tourism New Zealand: "Golf courses are living, breathing assets that constantly change. We jumped at the chance to utilise Mark's skills to capture some of New Zealand's best golf courses in the peak of our summer." read more

"I look forward to seeing everyone at the opening reception," Hartough said. "We invite anyone interested in golf art to join us at the reception or anytime during this special exhibit, especially visitors attending this year's Masters Tournament." read more

Amy Spittle has played an integral role in the launch of several high-profile properties, including Butterfield Trail Golf Club and Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash. - host of the 2015 U.S. Open Championship. read more

At age 17, Lupe Ibanez left Mexico to come to the United States. He didn't have any idea what would happen. That was 1980. Now he is part of the American dream, having become the head superintendent at Superstition Mountain in Gold Canyon, Ariz. and also a U.S. citizen. read more

In 1988, Terry McSweeney began more than two decades of service for the PGA of America, where he oversaw PGA messaging and directed the organization's publications including the Ryder Cup, PGA Championship and PGA Magazine. His legendary red editor's pen kept dozens of Communications department staffers on their toes. read more

Richard "Mitch" Mitchell," co-founder of Molhimawk: "Doug and Garrett not only bring years of combined experience and high-level corporate management, but they provide the out-of-the-box thinking needed for Molhimawk to single-handedly revolutionize the golf bag industry." read more

"Larry is the epitome of a true professional," said Integrity Golf Chief Executive Officer Gene Garrote. "Nobody works harder and probably dedicates more to providing maintenance and turfgrass solutions than Larry." read more

"Walt brings a unique mix of management, sales and superintendent experience to this newly-created position," said Jim Sartain, President of GTE. "This background makes him comfortable touting the performance and financial benefits of our pre-owned equipment to turf care professionals and golf course owners and operators alike." read more

"Our team of sales representatives across North America is an integral link between the company and the golf shop buyer. Paul and Devon are two of the best in the business and we are happy the pros in their territories agree," said Sun Mountain President Ed Kowachek. read more

"The potential of the Loudmouth brand is tremendous and I look forward to exploring all opportunities for growth in both domestic and international markets," Dennis Green said. read more

"Walt brings a unique mix of management, sales and superintendent experience to this newly-created position," said Jim Sartain, President of GTE. "This background makes him comfortable touting the performance and financial benefits of our pre-owned equipment to turf care professionals and golf course owners and operators alike." read more

"We are excited that Brian is taking over the golf operations at Seaview," said Darrell Morgan, Vice President, Troon. "There is no better candidate to fill this position, as he has spent several years gaining valuable experience in managing this resort golf facility." read more

"I am extremely excited to join the team at Centennial Golf Club and to lead this exceptional and highly popular New York facility," said DeDonato. "We have already started to create a new slate of offerings and enhancements that will continue to position Centennial as the premier golf, event and dining venue." read more

"Our team of sales representatives is truly the face of Sun Mountain across North America. We are proud of our entire sales' team and happy to recognize the outstanding achievements of Pat (Higgins) and Austin (Holloway)," Sun Mountain President Ed Kowachek said. read more