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Reservations: 808-921-2345


05 - Sep
(Nearby Event: )
Where:Resort, 5000 Kahala Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, 96816
The Hawaii Golf Industry Conference features a business forum for industry stakeholders to gather together to discuss and identify the major issues and challenges in the golf industry.  Attendees to the conference include major stakeholders from Hawaii's golf industry along with leaders from partnering market segments that are either directly or indirectly impacted by the golf industry.  These include, but are not limited to hotel and hospitality, visitor and tourism, real estate, resort development, transportation, public relations, and advertising industries. Amateur members of the HSGA, HSWGA, and the general golfing public are also welcome and encouraged to attend.  A number of prominent industry professionals are invited to speak and share national and global trends that are impacting the game of golf.  Further, the mission of the conference is to develop collaborative solutions and action plans utilizing collective industry resources to both sustain and grow the game and industry. The conference's beneficiary is the Aloha Section PGA Foundation, a charitable 501 (c) (3) foundation. GUEST SPEAKERS Seth Waugh Seth Waugh, a former Deutsche Bank Americas CEO, was named Chief Executive Officer of the PGA of America in 2018. Waugh guides the business and overall strategy of one of the world's largest sports organizations, serving the Association's nearly 29,000 PGA Professionals into an exciting new era. Previously an Independent Director on the PGA of America Board of Directors, Waugh is completed a three-year term of service, during which the Association focused on a long-term strategic plan to serve the PGA Member and grow the game. Since 2017, Waugh has served as a Senior Advisor and then a Managing Director at Silver Lake, a global leader in technology investing. He will continue on as a Senior Advisor to the firm. In 2016, he was also appointed Non-Executive Chairman‎ of Alex. Brown, following the sale of Deutsche Bank's Private Client Services division to Ray
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