Mr. Pazder is currently Chief Tournaments & Competitions Officer for the PGA TOUR, an organization that co-sanctions more than 120 tournaments across five domestic and international tours. During his 30+ years with the TOUR, he has also served as Executive Vice President and Chief of Operations for the PGA TOUR and prior to that role he served as Senior Vice President of Tournament Administration for the PGA TOUR, PGA TOUR Champions and the Korn Ferry Tour. He has had various roles in the Rules, Competitions, and Tournament Administration areas as well as the Finance and Administration area. Now, as the Chief Tournaments and Competitions Officer, Pazder has strategic and operational oversight of the PGA TOUR, PGA TOUR Champions and Korn Ferry Tour.

    Mr. Bodenhamer is Senior Managing Director, Rules, Competitions & Amateur Status for the United States Golf Association. Mr. Bodenhamer oversees the conduct of the USGA’s national championships. He has served in a variety of administrative capacities in the golf industry. As a representative of the USGA, Mr. Bodenhamer will provide USA GOLF with expertise in both rules and competition.

    Mr. Haigh is Managing Director of Championships and Business Development for the PGA of America where he is responsible for the overall operation, administration, golf course set-up and success or otherwise of the PGA Championship, Senior PGA Championship, Ryder Cup and Grand Slam of Golf. His other responsibilities include the managing of over 20 other PGA Club Professional, amateur and junior tournaments for the PGA of America throughout the year. The PGA of America is a membership organization of golf club and teaching professionals throughout the country. Mr. Haigh’s extensive involvement with championship golf at the grassroots level provides USA GOLF with direct exposure to golfers of every level.

    Ricki Lasky is the Chief Tour Business and Operations Officer for the LPGA. Prior to joining the LPGA in 2012, Ricki worked in sports marketing and on various U.S Open tournaments throughout North Carolina. She loves working for the LPGA as she knows she's making a real difference for women and girls in the game of golf.

    Kris Tamulis was a three-time All-ACC selection while at Florida State University from 2000-03 as well as an All-American in 2003. She won two collegiate events while at Florida State. She later joined the LPGA Tour in 2005 and broke through with her first win at the 2015 Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic. Throughout her career, she has earned 10 career top-10s. Tamulis currently serves as a Player Director on the LPGA Board of Directors.

    Charley Hoffman was an All-American at UNLV in 1998 and helped the Rebels win the 1998 national championship. He joined the PGA TOUR in 2006, won his first TOUR title in 2007 at The American Express and has since won three more times at the highest level, most recently at the 2016 Valero Texas Open. Hoffman has tallied 57 top-10 finishes throughout his career. Hoffman currently serves as a Player Director on the PGA TOUR Policy Board.

    Executive Director: Andy Levinson, Executive Director, PGA TOUR

    Secretary/Treasurer: Yared Alula, Assistant General Counsel, PGA TOUR

    1. Board of Director Meeting Minutes - 2022
    2. Board of Director Meeting Minutes - 2021
    3. Board of Director Meeting Minutes - 2020
    4. Board of Director Meeting Minutes - 2019


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