PGA.com Unveils Site Redesign

PGA.com has a brand new look as their site has been
redesigned. The site’s new offerings include the PGA Pro Finder search
function, a comprehensive instructional library, complete PGA Tour tournament
coverage and exclusive video content. PGA.com redesign is in concert with The
PGA of America’s rebranding initiatives which include a new logo.
“We are pleased to unveil the new PGA.com redesign that
offers golf fans and PGA Professionals an enhanced interactive outlet for golf
information, instruction and coverage and complements the new branding efforts
of The PGA of America,” said Lenny Daniels, Turner Sports senior vice president
of new media. “PGA.com will continue to lead the way in innovation to bring
fans inside the ropes of their favorite sport.”

“This is a very
special year for our Association as we enhance the connection between the PGA
brand, the digital world and millions of golf enthusiasts everywhere,” said PGA
of
America
Chief Executive Officer Joe Steranka. “PGA.com is a 24/7 resource to the
achievements of more than 28,000 men and women PGA Professionals, who work to
grow the game and the business of golf.”
Returning features to the site include an ask the experts
area and video instruction from a golf professional. In addition to enhanced features, PGA.com is
debuting the PGA Pro Finder, an online search function, which will launch this
spring and allow consumers to link to a wide variety of golf services in their
communities such as golf courses, electronic tee times, clubfitting and golf
instruction.