Hawaii

PGA Aloha Section The Aloha Section was initially established as a Chapter of the Southern California PGA Section in 1966. It became a separate Section in 1976 with 75 members. Since then, it has grown to its current size of almost 200 members and apprentices. The members and apprentices are employed at and are responsible for managing and operating approximately 75 of 93 golf courses in the State of Hawaii or 80 percent of all golf facilities within the State.

Hawaii State Junior Golf Association The purpose of the Hawaii State Junior Golf Association is to provide an environment where any junior golfer, male or female ages 7 –18, can enjoy golf and progress at his/her own rate from beginner to a proficient level while promoting and preserving the traditions and integrity of the game. By being committed to this purpose, the Association will build its reputation as being one of the best in the country in preparing junior golfers for the future.

The Hawaii State Junior Golf Association is a non-profit, tax exempt organization under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code and gains it’s funding through memberships, sponsorships, grants and contributions. Contributions to the Association are thus tax deductible, to the full extent of the law, by individuals and corporations alike.