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Derek Sprague Elected 39th President of the PGA of America

Delegates Vote Paul Levy Vice President, Suzy Whaley Secretary


INDIANAPOLIS – (November 22, 2014) Derek Sprague of Malone, New York, was elected the 39th President of the PGA of America today at the Association's 98th Annual Meeting in Indianapolis. Sprague is the PGA General Manager and Director of Golf at Malone Golf Club. Elected to PGA membership in 1993, Sprague has held leadership roles at both the National and Section PGA levels since 1998. Sprague previously served as PGA Secretary from 2010-12, and as Vice President from 2012 until Oct. 24, 2014, when he was named PGA Interim President. He also previously served as the District 1 Director on the National PGA Board from 2007-10.

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PGA National News

Legendary Golfer Dr. Charles L. Sifford Receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom

Dr. Charles L. Sifford, the first African-American PGA member to successfully break through racial barriers and compete professionally on the PGA Tour, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama. View More

Derek Sprague Elected 39th President of the PGA of America

Derek Sprague of Malone, New York, was elected the 39th President of the PGA of America today at the Association's 98th Annual Meeting in Indianapolis. Paul Levy of Indian Wells, California, who served the past two years as Secretary was elected Vice President and Suzy Whaley of Farmington, Connecticut, was elected Secretary. They will each serve two-year terms. View More

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