USGA to Provide $2 Million in Assistance


USGAThe United States Golf Association announced they will commit more than $2 million in 2002 for assistance to regional and state golf associations.
Of that total, some $800,000 will go towards funding computer hardware, education initiatives, computer training sessions and a USGA orientation session for staff members from the state and regional golf associations.
Also, more than $1.3 million in grants will be presented to the associations through the P.J. Boatwright, Jr. Internship Program.
The program funds approximately 100 interns throughout the country and was started in 1992. It provides entry level golf administration experience to individuals while assisting state and regional associations.
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