USBGA to Launch National Chapter Program
The National Chapter Program (NCP) will increase visibility and awareness of the Association by providing a platform for novice, semi-professional, and professional golfers to play and compete on a national level.
April 15, 2008 (FPRC) -- Nationwide -- The United States Black Golfers Association (USBGA®) will launch the National Chapter Program (NCP) to support its nationwide member recruiting efforts and to set the platform by which USBGA will grow to mirror that of the Professional Golfers' Association (PGA®). "Our goal is to create a dual system that matches the PGA® by creating the USBGA Tour Championship®. And the way to achieve this is by strategically expanding a national chapter platform while aggressively recruiting chapter managers in each of the Lower 48 state, the District of Columbia, and Hawaii", stated S. E. Day, President of USBGA.The NCP will begin on May 1, 2008 and commence in the southeastern states of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina and expand to the northern states and then west. The aggressive plans are to establish a minimum of 12 chapters per state mostly centered in metropolitan cities.By launching the National Chapter Program in each of the lower 48 states, the District of Columbia, and Hawaii, USBGA members will be able to compete in regional and state tournaments throughout the year. The best member-golfers will advance to compete in the USBGA National Championship®, which will be a part of the USBGA Championship Tour ®.
The USBGA is a member-oriented entity, whose members play the game of golf on a leisure, semi-professional, and professional level. The USBGA prides itself in continuing to pave the way for greater advancements and opportunities for today's minority golfers and golfers of all races and ethnicities in which to benefit. Individuals can become members by visiting www.myusbga.com. Membership is $99.00.
Send an email to S.E. Day of United States Black Golfers Association