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PGA of America acquires Nextgengolf

The PGA of America has acquired Nextgengolf in an effort to ramp up player development initiatives.Nextgengolf currently conducts tournaments for young adults, college students and high school students across the country.

The PGA of America has recently embarked in increasing its scope outside of its traditional focus on professional players. In 2017, a partnership with entertainment company Top Golf was put in place to promote the professional game among non-traditional audiences.

“Nextgengolf provides authentic experiences that speak to the next generation of golfers,” said PGA of America chief innovation officer Arjun Chowdri.

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