GAM Conducting Training Seminars to Cover the GHIN Handicap System™

The GAM  has conducted five of 8 Training Seminars in 2018 to cover the GHIN Handicap System™ and a new GAM member benefit, USGA Tournament Management (TM), which is a tournament software system available for you to use for leagues, outings, and club events. Already the GHIN and USGA Tournament Management software is getting rave reviews!

 

"This software will definitely make our lives much easier since it does all of the work for us that we've been doing with mail merge files," said Lake Michigan HIlls Head Golf Professional Wayne Yamaguchi after attending a training session at Egypt Valley Country Club.

 

There is no cost to attend the GHIN – USGA TM Training Seminars and lunch will be provided for those that are going to stay for the entire session. Here is a list of the remaining dates and locations.

 

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·         April 18 – Red Run Golf Club (Royal Oak)

·         April 23 – Treetops Resort (Gaylord)

·         May 2 – Greywalls (Marquette)

 

The Michigan PGA has granted these GHIN – USGA TM Training Seminars 7 MSR credits for those who attend the entire session. If you elect to stay until lunch, you will receive 4 MSR credits. Sign-in will be required for both the AM and PM sessions. You are not able to receive additional MSR credits for attending more than 1 GHIN – USGA TM Training Seminar.

 

You will need to pre-register for the training by clicking HERE. Any club administrators, tournament directors, handicap chairpersons, league managers, etc. are welcome to attend. Registration will close 1 week prior to the start of the seminar.

 

If you have any questions about the training seminars or would like more information about USGA Tournament Management, please do not hesitate to contact me at kwolfe@gam.org or 248-478-9242 ext. 114. Thank you for your support this year and we look forward to helping you make 2018 a great golf season for your players!

 

 

 
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