Proudfoot appointed to position with PNJGA

The Pacific Northwest Junior Golf Association (PNJGA) is has appointed Brandon Proudfoot as Executive Director of Educational Planning.

Proudfoot comes to the PNJGA with an in-depth youth golf background, having run the junior golf programming at Mount Si golf course since 2005, as well as having taught for First-Tee of Greater Seattle. He has also coached golf at Snoqualmie Middle School since 2007.

“I’m excited at the prospect of taking the PNJGA to the next level of programming and service for its members,” Proudfoot said in a press release. “We’ll provide opportunities for students in the Carnation area and those in the Mount Si golf course area as well.”

Established in September of 2004, the Pacific Northwest Junior Golf Association is a non-profit organization whose goals are to provide more junior golf opportunities for youth in the community.

The PNJGA is holding two kickoff events, the first being held today from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Carnation Golf Course. The second event will be held at Mount Si Golf Course on June 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Both events are free.

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