2020 WA PGA Management Professional of the Year
The WA PGA Management Professional of the Year award is designed to recognise the achievements of PGA Members in roles within the industry which require the use of management skills. Such role is not limited by role title, rather identified by the nominee controlling or managing all or part of a business with direct staffing responsibility.

The award is to be based upon the achievements of the member in relation to the following criteria:
1. Primary criteria
- Club/Facility Performance and Leadership
2. Secondary criteria
- Innovation and Strategic Planning
- Marketing, Communication and Promotion of Golf
- ACE Status and Personal Continuing Education

Nomination Process
Nominations may be accepted by either Full Members of the PGA Australia from within the Division or Management and/or a Director from the facility. Where a nomination is submitted by a PGA Member, the nomination must also include a supporting letter from the Golf Club/Facility (Manager or Director).

The nominating party will be required to provide a brief outline of the nominee's achievements according to the above listed criteria.

Nominations will close on 12th February, 2021.

Selection Process
Once nominated, the PGA Member nominee will be asked to complete the PGA Management Professional of the Year Nominee Form to supplement and further identify achievements outlined by providing their own information relating to the four (4) criteria/areas.

Each nomination will be reviewed by the WA PGA Vocational Committee against the listed criteria and ranked according to their achievements and/or expertise in each category.

The winner of the WA PGA Management Professional Award will automatically be nominated for the National Management Professional of the Year Award at the Greg Norman Medal dinner to be determined by the PGA Vocational Members Council.

*** This award will be presented at the Golf Industry Award night, 26th March 2021 ***
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