Golf Alliance of Oregon Partners

The Oregon Golf Association (OGA) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit membership association. Since its founding more than 90 years ago, the OGA works tirelessly to promote, foster, and grow the game of golf providing a multitude of benefits and services to approximately 40,500 individual men, women, senior, and junior members at more than 400 member golf clubs and 215 golf courses throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.

CEO: Barb Trammell
Phone:  503-981-4653
Links:  E-mail  |  Website

The Club Managers of Oregon (CMO) links over 35 clubs and 70 club professionals representing thousands of Club members. The Oregon Chapter works to support the professional growth of club professionals through education and scholarship support, by serving as a strategic governance resource for clubs and through maintaining effective partnerships with chapter members and chapter supporters.

Interim Executive Director:  Erica Gilly
Links:  E-mail  |  Website

The Oregon Chapter of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (OGCSAA) is dedicated to providing education, a forum for communication, and the enhancement of the image of its members. The Oregon Golf Course Superintendents Association will be viewed as an organization that promotes the growth and enhancement of golf, provides networking opportunities to all members, encourages leadership and professional development opportunities, supports environmental stewardship, notes the importance of research and development to provide exceptional playing conditions.

Executive Director:  Alexis Wenkler
Phone: 503-344-6535
Links:  E-mail  |  Website

The Oregon Golf Course Owners Association (OGCOA) is part of the National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA). Owners and operators of golf courses throughout the U.S. and the world – from those who run 9-hole facilities in rural locations to owners of the largest golf course portfolios in the most popular golf destinations – look to the National Golf Course Owners Association as a valuable source for information and education, and an advocate for their best interests.

Executive Director:  Trey Harbick
Phone:  541-206-1725
Links:  E-mail  |  Website

The mission of the Pacific Northwest Section of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America is to advance section professionals as the leaders in the golf industry by providing them with viable and quality programs, activities, and services, and by promoting the game of golf and the golf professional.

Executive Director (Oregon):  Dominic Marconi
Phone:  503-521-7374
Links:  E-mail  |  Website

 

Additional Organizational Support

The Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) is a 501(c)(3) charitable, international, amateur golf association dedicated to preserving the true spirit of golf by supporting our allied associations, conducting quality championships, and promoting activities beneficial to golfers in the Pacific Northwest.

Executive Director:  Troy Andrew
Phone:  206-526-1238
Links:  E-mail  |  Website

Evans Scholarsis part of the Western Golf Association which champions education through golf by supporting the Evans Scholars Foundation. Established by famed amateur golfer Charles “Chick” Evans Jr., it provides full housing and tuition scholarships to deserving caddies across the country. For the academic year 2016-17, a record 935 caddies are enrolled in college on scholarship; there are more than 10,400 Evans Alumni across the country. Most Scholars attend one of the 15 universities where the Foundation operates a Scholarship House. The Evans Foundation is funded by contributions from more than 28,700 Evans Scholars Par Club members across the country, as well as Evans Alumni and proceeds from the BMW Championship.

Director, West Region:  Bill Moses
Phone:  503-206-4865
Links:  E-mail  |  Website

The Northwest Golf Media Association was founded in 1995 by and for people who write, edit, discuss, produce and otherwise impart golf-related articles, books, columns for newspapers, magazines, television, radio, internet, social media and all other forms of communication. The nonprofit organization was originated to assist in the collaboration of efforts of the working media who cover golf in the region.

President:  John Tipping
Phone:  206-595-4243
Links:  E-mail  |  Website