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NGF Elevates Greg Nathan to Chief Business Officer

10.31am 22nd January 2016 - People - This story was updated on Friday, January 22nd, 2016

Greg Nathan
Greg Nathan

The National Golf Foundation has announced that Greg Nathan has been promoted to Chief Business Officer, overseeing NGF’s products, services and membership. Nathan most recently served the NGF as Senior Vice President.

Nathan will continue representing the NGF in its work with the leading companies and organizations in the game, supporting their executive leadership with NGF’s market intelligence on the golf economy. Working closely with president & CEO Joe Beditz, Nathan is responsible for NGF’s member/client relationships and engagements involving NGF’s products and services including custom and syndicated research, the definitive U.S. and global golf course databases, email & direct marketing, consulting and member services.

“Greg has always provided great personal service to NGF’s members and clients. He’s insightful, he brings ideas, and he’s a valued partner and friend to the businesses we work with. This promotion reflects his increased contribution to NGF and our high expectations for him in the future,” stated Beditz.

Nathan joined the NGF in 2007 following seven years with GOLF Magazine in New York where he was Director of Client Marketing. Previous to his career in golf, Nathan worked in the advertising business in New York City, developing brand strategy and producing advertising for brands such as Chase, MasterCard, UPS, Nikon and Reebok.


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