John Bodenhamer's responsibilities have expanded to now direct both the fan and player experience at all 14 USGA championships....Read More
WSGA Posts About ‘PNGA’
The 70th edition of the Hudson Cup will be held October 18-19 at Overlake Golf and Country Club in Medina, Wash....Read More
by Josh Kerns
For golf fanatic and Washington native Gary Mogg, a trip to Bandon Dunes last March was one of the highlights...Read More
The Washington State Golf Association’s (WSGA) Championship Selection Committee has announced its team to represent the Association at the 13th PNGA Cup...Read More
Mark Newell elected as 65th USGA president; past PNGA president Cliff Shahbaz, former IGA board of director Stephen Beebe remain on Executive ComitteeMonday, February 5th, 2018
Mark Newell of McLean, Va. has been elected to serve a one-year term as the 65th...Read More
Seattle-native Jim McLean was inducted into the Pacific Northwest Golf Hall of Fame in 2003. He won three PNGA Men's Amateur Championships, and has since gone on to become an internationally acclaimed golf instructor...Read More
Joan Teats, a member of the PNGA Hall of Fame and considered the “Mother of Washington Junior Golf,” passed away peacefully on June 1 of breast cancer, surrounded by her close family. She was 87.
Teats co-founded the Washington Junior Golf Association (WJGA) in 1977....Read More
Troy Andrew will take over reins of the two Associations
The Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) and Washington State Golf Association (WSGA) have announced that Troy Andrew will take over as the new Executive Director of the two associations. Andrew will begin his new duties at the PNGA and WSGA effective immediately....Read More
John Bodenhamer will leave the Northwest to join senior staff of golf’s governing bodyJohn Bodenhamer, the longtime CEO and Executive Director of the Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) and the Washington State Golf Association (WSGA), has accepted a position on the senior staff of the United States Golf Association (USGA) and will be taking over his new duties at the USGA offices in Far Hills, N.J. ...Read More
The Evans Cup of Washington, held Monday, October 11, at Tacoma Country and Golf Club generated over $100,000 to benefit the Evans Scholarship Program.
Each year, the Washington State Golf Association (WSGA), Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) and Western Golf Association (WGA) Directors of Washington conduct this first-class event consisting of a day filled with golf, gourmet food, and upscale silent and live auction items....Read More