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February 23, 2011

PGA Seeks to Boost Presence Among U.S. Hispanics

The Professional Golf Association (PGA) of America has not been traditionally very active in the U.S. Hispanic marketplace. Yet, the organization’s leadership is determined to change that. Earlier this month the PGA committed $50,000 to the Lorena Ochoa Golf Foundation to support the creation of a network of “ambassador” facilities to offer low-cost instruction by PGA professionals. These facilities, says the PGA, will support neighborhood events and bring mobile golf experiences to local communities, mostly in U.S. Hispanic neighborhoods.

PGA Seeks to Boost Presence Among U.S. Hispanics [4-A]

The Professional Golf Association (PGA) of America has not been traditionally very active in the U.S. Hispanic marketplace. Yet, the organization’s leadership is determined to change that. Earlier this month the PGA committed $50,000 to the Lorena Ochoa Golf Foundation to support the creation of a network of “ambassador” facilities to offer low-cost instruction by PGA professionals. These facilities, says the PGA, will support neighborhood events and bring mobile golf experiences to local communities, mostly in U.S. Hispanic neighborhoods.

PGA Seeks to Boost Presence Among U.S. Hispanics [2-A]

The Professional Golf Association (PGA) of America has not been traditionally very active in the U.S. Hispanic marketplace. Yet, the organization’s leadership is determined to change that. Earlier this month the PGA committed $50,000 to the Lorena Ochoa Golf Foundation to support the creation of a network of “ambassador” facilities to offer low-cost instruction by PGA professionals. These facilities, says the PGA, will support neighborhood events and bring mobile golf experiences to local communities, mostly in U.S. Hispanic neighborhoods.

PGA Seeks to Boost Presence Among U.S. Hispanics

The Professional Golf Association (PGA) of America has not been traditionally very active in the U.S. Hispanic marketplace. Yet, the organization’s leadership is determined to change that. Earlier this month the PGA committed $50,000 to the Lorena Ochoa Golf Foundation to support the creation of a network of “ambassador” facilities to offer low-cost instruction by PGA professionals. These facilities, says the PGA, will support neighborhood events and bring mobile golf experiences to local communities, mostly in U.S. Hispanic neighborhoods.