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Growing Through GOLFWORKS: How Ryan Mack Got His Start In Golf

Growing Through GOLFWORKS: How Ryan Mack Got His Start In Golf

WEST ORANGE, NJ (June 24, 2022) -- When you ask most people how they were introduced to the sport of golf, they may mention going to the driving range as a kid, hitting balls in their backyard, or watching Tiger Woods on TV. Another way that many have been introduced is through caddieing. For Ryan Mack, the Director of Outside Operations at Essex County Country Club in West Orange, N.J., that’s exactly how it happened.

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For The Love Of The Game: GOLFWORKS Q&A With Brittany Ferrante

For The Love Of The Game: GOLFWORKS Q&A With Brittany Ferrante

SANDS POINT, N.Y. (March 11, 2022) -- This past summer, the MGA Foundation's cornerstone program, GOLFWORKS, returned to Met Area clubs. In total, 147 GOLFWORKS interns worked at 39 clubs during the summer months, gaining valuable work, golf, and life experiences. In addition to the 147 interns participating in MGA programming, 18 former interns were hired directly by clubs, showcasing the relationships forged between intern and club during the GOLFWORKS program.

Match Play: A Relationship Born Through GOLFWORKS

GOLFWORKS Q&A: Matthew Friedman

GOLFWORKS Q&A: Matthew Friedman

OCEANSIDE, N.Y. (February 25, 2022) -- This past summer, the MGA Foundation's cornerstone program, GOLFWORKS, returned to Met Area clubs. In total, 147 GOLFWORKS interns worked at 39 clubs during the summer months, gaining valuable work, golf, and life experiences. In addition to the 147 interns participating in MGA programming, 18 former interns were hired directly by clubs, showcasing the relationships forged between intern and club during the GOLFWORKS program.

Foundation Spotlight: Will Bornmann

Foundation Spotlight: Will Bornmann

EASTCHESTER, N.Y. (Feb 4, 2022) – This past summer, the MGA Foundations cornerstone program, GOLFWORKS, returned to Met Area clubs. In total, 147 GOLFWORKS interns worked at 39 clubs during the summer months, gaining valuable work, golf and life experiences. In addition to the 147 interns participating in MGA programming, 18 former interns were hired directly by clubs, showcasing the relationships forged between intern and club during the GOLFWORKS program.

Foundation Q&A: Charles Wireko

Foundation Q&A: Charles Wireko

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (Jan 28, 2022) – This past summer, the MGA Foundation's cornerstone program, GOLFWORKS, returned to Met Area clubs. In total, 147 GOLFWORKS interns worked at 39 clubs during the summer months, gaining valuable work, golf, and life experiences. In addition to the 147 interns participating in MGA programming, 18 former interns were hired directly by clubs, showcasing the relationships forged between intern and club during the GOLFWORKS program.

Memories at Mosholu: Karina Mangru's Golf Story

Memories at Mosholu: Karina Mangru's Golf Story

BRONX, N.Y. (Jan 21, 2022) – Like many instructors at the First Tee Mosholu site, Karina Mangru was introduced to golf as a participant in the First Tee’s after school programming. Mangru started early, picking up a club shortly after she could walk and jumping into the First Tee programs at just five years old.

Foundation Spotlight: Olivia Sexton

Foundation Spotlight: Olivia Sexton

ELMSFORD, N.Y. (November 10, 2021) – Olivia Sexton has been involved with The First Tee program for over half her life. Sexton first learned about golf when she started taking part in The First Tee’s after-school programming at the age of nine. Just like that, golf went from a sport she had heard about a few times to a passion.