(MISSISSAUGA, ON) The Northern Golf Association was well represented at the 2020 Golf Canada/Golf Ontario Annual General Membership Meeting in Mississauga, ON.
NGA representatives Owen Rigg (Director) and Louis Tremblay (Senior Golf Advisor) attended this year's AGM, hosted at the Toronto Airport Hilton on February 29th, 2020.
The focus of this years AGM was continuous engagement and collaboration with stakeholders across the industry. The Northern Golf Association was welcomed by Golf Ontario and Golf Canada to contribute to growing the game's initiatives, including several opportunities to engage with individuals from the industry. Both Rigg and Tremblay were in attendance for a very insightful presentation on emerging trends in the golf industry, presented by David Lorentz.
Rigg believes the annual AGM is a great opportunity for the NGA, one that continues to build the NGA's relationship with other governing bodies.
"I was very pleased with the AGM this year and would like to thank both Golf Canada and Golf Ontario for welcoming us yet again. I believe Louis and I can both agree that this face to face meeting adds tremendous value to the NGA's vision of growing the game in Northern Ontario."
"Both Golf Ontario and Golf Canada are continuing to show us tremendous support in growing the game and we have lots of exciting news in the coming months to share with our member clubs so stay tuned."
About the Northern Golf Association:
The Northern Golf Association (NGA) is a non-profit organization whose 29 member clubs are located as far south as Katrine on Highway 11, Parry Sound on Highway 69, west on Highway 17 to Sault Ste Marie and north to Wawa, east to Mattawa and north along Highway 11 to Hearst.
Our mission is to promote the growth of golf in Northern Ontario, to govern the scheduling, allocation and to conduct NGA Championships for Men, Ladies and Juniors within our jurisdiction. The Northern Ontario Amateur Championship has been held every year since 1926 with the exception of 3 years during WWII.