Mark Hagen, president of the Greater London Association of Golf Superintendents (GLAGS), has announced he is stepping down from the position after 25 years.
"After 25 years as GLAGS president, I would like to step aside and let others have the experience and satisfaction of running this great association," he said in an email to GLAGS members. "This is something that I will miss, but it is time for some fresh energetic bodies."
Anyone considering stepping into the volunteer position is required to:
• organize and run the monthly golfing events
• organize and run the educational seminars
• deal with the day-to-day correspondences and concerns from the membership, other associations and the public
• keep membership records current and and forward relevent information to them
• support and maintain the friendship amongst the association
The position is open to golf superintendents, assistants or associate members.
Anyone interested should contact Hagen at email@example.com .
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