The Michigan Golf Course Association is the "Voice of Michigan Golf Business" and advocates daily on the economic impact of the golf industry in Michigan.
The MGCA government affairs takes the lead in legislative advocacy for the golf industry in Michigan. We need YOUR voice to make the MGCA voice louder.
Join us on June 6, 2019 as we deliver our message to the legislators once again.
MICHIGAN GOLF DAY AT THE CAPITOL
Allied Golf Associations Join Forces to Bring Message to Legislators
LANSING – “Let’s do lunch at the turn Michigan Legislators!”
The Michigan golf industry will share its message with each state legislator on Thursday, June 6, by presenting the popular Michigan Golf Day at the Capitol event.
The Michigan Golf Course Association, the Michigan Golf Course Superintendents Association, the Michigan Section PGA, the Golf Association of Michigan, the Greater Michigan Club Managers Association, and the Michigan Turfgrass Foundation, which form the Michigan Golf Alliance, will convene on the lawn of the state Capitol and visit with each legislator.
“The Michigan Golf Alliance created this event to facilitate golf industry representatives introducing themselves and informing the Legislators and their staff on who we are and what our industry brings to the State of Michigan,” Jada Paisley, executive director of the MGCA said. “I can't overstate the importance of this day in delivering the message to our government leaders.”
MGCA continues to monitor issues that may affect your golf course. Please contact our office if you have any questions about a specific bill.
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