Hagen stepping down as GLAGS president
August 17, 2015 By Mike Jiggens
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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