We Are Golf will celebrate the 10th anniversary of National Golf Day this month in Washington, D.C. Join owners and operators like you as we share golf’s positive message with lawmakers
New leadership has taken over Washington, D.C., and the golf industry is gearing up to greet it. We Are Golf, a coalition of the sport’s leading organizers that includes the National Golf Course Owners Association, will travel to Capitol Hill later this month for the 10th annual National Golf Day, ready to welcome the country’s latest administration.
The event, slated for Wednesday, April 26, will give the golf industry another opportunity to show key legislators the importance of the sport in communities nationwide. And those leaders are looking for owners and operators like you to help increase golf’s visibility and influence.
National Golf Day has successfully increased awareness of the golf industry on Capitol Hill, in the White House and among Washington, D.C., federal agencies for a decade now. As the coalition prepares for the 10th anniversary of the signature event, it’s aiming to engage the most influential members of Congress during the visit to further increase national recognition of the day.
Should you wish to attend, register now at www.wearegolf.org. And this year, the NGCOA will host its first Advocacy Forum the day before at host hotel Hyatt Regency Crystal City, where owners and operators will have the opportunity to hear from members of the Trump administration, representing both the House and Senate. Participants will also receive an update on We Are Golf from the lobbying firm Forbes-Tate. Register for the $50 event, which includes lunch, at ngcoa.org. A hotel room block at a rate of $199 has been secured for the event. Just mention the NGCOA upon making your reservation.