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National Alliance for Accessible Golf Announces New President, Steve Jubb

7.46am 14th May 2014 - People

Steve Jubb
Steve Jubb

The National Alliance for Accessible Golf (Alliance) is pleased to announce its new President, Steve Jubb. Jubb officially accepted the position at the Alliance’s spring board meeting on April 24. Jubb succeeds President Betsy Clark, Ph.D., President, dbc Consulting of Port Orange, FL, who served in this capacity for the last five years.

Steve Jubb is the Director, PGA Charities and Military Liaison for the Professional Golfers’ Association of America and the PGA Foundation. Steve is a PGA Professional and during his career has briefly (very briefly) tried the PGA Tour, has served as Golf Operations Manager at Walt Disney World, Head Golf Professional at Boca West Country Club in Boca Raton, FL, and Executive Director of the New Jersey Section PGA prior to coming to the world, including Special Olympics Golf and PGA H.O.P.E. (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere PGA of America in 1989.

Through his work at the PGA, Jubb is dedicated to the development, marketing and implementation of programs that enhance and make a difference in the lives of individuals around the– The PGA’s Wounded Warrior and Disabled Veterans program).

“I look forward to serving as President of the National Alliance for Accessible Golf and being an advocate for making sure that golf is inclusive and accessible for everyone, including individuals with disabilities, ” shared Jubb.

The National Alliance for Accessible Golf provides both expertise and guidance in all aspects of the Alliance’s business and strategic priorities, while focusing on its mission to increase participation of people with disabilities in the game of golf through awareness, education, training initiatives and program funding.

National Alliance for Accessible Golf www.accessgolf.org

       

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