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BIG WEEK 2018 Is Complete

February 22, 2018 (Greensboro, NC) – The Carolinas PGA 2018 Big Week has concluded after many inspiring and exciting moments. Thank you to all the PGA Professionals and Associates (formerly Apprentices) who came to Greensboro for these productive events. We hosted a successful Annual Meeting to elect our new CPGA Officers and Board Members, a special evening honoring our 2017 Award Winners, numerous exciting exhibitors, a $6,000 cash jackpot, and many education opportunities with incredible speakers.

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CPGA Tournament Survey Results

 

Thank you to all CPGA Members and Associates who took the time to complete the CPGA Tournament Survey that was distributed back in December! The CPGA Tournament Committee and staff hope to use this information to gain a better understanding of what works best for our Section tournaments and events. All Class-A Members who took the survey have been awarded 1 MSR credit for doing so.

 

Please feel free to review the results of the survey below:

 

TOURNAMENT SURVEY RESULTS

 
 
 
  
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