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Abbot Presents at CMAA Summer Meeting at Quail Hollow Club

 

On Monday, June 26, Executive Director Jeff Abbot was one of the featured speakers at the Carolinas Chapter CMAA Summer Education Meeting at Quail Hollow Club.  Abbot was invited by CMAA President and Quail Hollow Club General Manager Tom DeLozier and CMAA Managing Director Patricia Calder.  Abbot spotlighted the value of a PGA professional, the history of the PGA and the initiatives of the PGA REACH Carolinas Foundation.  The presentation also featured an interactive discussion on player development.  Over 100 CMAA general managers from private clubs in North and South Carolina were in attendance.  

 
 
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