Why do golf grassroots organizations matter to the future of golf?

Jamie Taylor, LPGA is back to chat with Doug about the critical issues affecting the future of golf, starting with junior grassroots organizations. Because if we want golf to have a future, we need to invest in our young golfers.


Jamie Taylor, LPGA, is an alumnae of Laurel School in Cleveland, OH. She attended Gannon University in Erie, PA, where she received a full ride to play on the women’s varsity team. As the only African American in her conference; she served as captain her junior and senior year; was president of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC); and received her MBA. A former Event Coordinator for the LPGA Foundation, Jamie is now a full-time consultant for golf companies looking to grow and make an impact beyond the industry.

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Theme music by Ricardo Pujol