Shona Malcolm lands PGA in Scotland role

2015 07 Shona Malcolm
• Shona Malcolm appointed secretary of the PGA in Scotland
• Is the first female to hold the post across the seven regions
• "Shona is equipped to promote PGA in Scotland's best interests"

SHONA MALCOLM | PGA IN SCOTLAND

Shona Malcolm has been appointed as the new secretary of the PGA in Scotland - the first female to hold that post in any of the Association’s seven regions.


Malcolm, who hails from Ayrshire, is an experienced golf administrator, having served as both chairman of the Scottish Ladies’ Golfing Association and CEO of the Ladies’ Golf Union.

In the latter role, she successfully re-engineered the organisation, managing and growing marketing and promotional sponsorship activities of the St Andrews-based organisation while delivering both professional and amateur golf championships.

“Shona’s experience and passion for the game means that she is extremely well equipped to promote the best interests of the PGA in Scotland, its members and to realise the region’s potential,” said PGA director of regions Liam Greasley.

Malcolm officially starts her new role on Monday, August 3 and will be based at the PGA in Scotland regional office at Gleneagles.

Shona Malcolm :: A new role


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