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Chief Executive leaves England Golf

John Petrie, Chief Executive of England Golf, is leaving the organisation after five years in the role.  He was appointed Chief Executive of the English Golf Union in 2007 and has worked for the national governing body during one of the most significant times for the game of golf in England when the English Golf Union merged with the womans levitra'>womans levitra English Women’s Golf Association to form England Golf.

Petrie was appointed as Chief Executive of England Golf in January this year and has completed the implementation of the merger on time and within budget.

Petrie said “To be appointed to this position was a great privilege and I have thoroughly enjoyed the many challenges that faced us.  I have been supported throughout by excellent staff and so many outstanding volunteers across the country.  The merger leading to England Golf was a hugely significant moment and now it has been implemented, England Golf needs to http://saskatoonsportscouncil.ca/what-is-the-cost-of-viagra look to the future with a new Chief Executive.”

Nigel Evans, Chairman of the Board of England Golf said “I thank John for his contribution during the past five years.  The future of look there levitra online pharmacy usa England Golf post merger will bring new challenges and we will start the recruitment process for a new Chief Executive shortly.”

Craig Wagstaff, England Golf Finance Director, will assume the pfizer viagra canada'>pfizer viagra canada role and www.volkerhaug.com duties of Chief Executive for an interim period until a replacement is found.


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