Pacific Northwest Golf Community Loses A Close Friend

Former PNGA President MG Davis Was Championship Chairman In 1994 When Tiger Woods Was The PNGA Men’s Amateur Champion - Image Courtesy Troy Andrew/PNGA

Former Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA) president MG Davis passed away recently and current CEO and Executive Director Troy Andrew penned a sincere note to everyone in the golf community inviting all to a celebration of life .

Pacific Northwest Golf Friends,

As many of you know, we lost our great friend MG Davis a couple weeks ago.

MG loved and was dedicated to the game of golf, The Home Course, and the PNGA. He treated anyone associated to golf as his best friend. His selfless contributions to the golf industry have resulted in the PNGA and The Home Course achieving a level of excellence and respect within the golf community that would otherwise not have been possible. He will be missed dearly!

Above you'll see one of my favorite pictures of MG when he was the Championship Chairman of the PNGA Men’s Amateur at Royal Oaks CC in 1994, the year Tiger Woods won the PNGA Men’s Amateur and went on to win the U.S. Amateur that same year.

His family would like to invite you to his Celebration of Life on Sunday, February 10th at 11:00 a.m. at The Home Course in DuPont, Washington.

Please click on the following link to RSVP -

Best regards,

Troy Andrew | CEO and Executive Director

Washington State Golf Association, Pacific Northwest Golf Association, The Home Course