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Topic - Joe Steranka
Pete Bevacqua has been hired as chief executive officer for the PGA of America.
Before he sets out to try to keep his PGA Tour card, Erik Compton received an award Wednesday that was just as meaningful.
Joe Steranka will retire at the end of the year as chief executive of the PGA of America.
Anyone wishing to take on the Whistling Straits course where Martin Kaymer won the PGA Championship and Dustin Johnson was buried by a bunker ruling need only to make a reservation and have $340 handy, along with $100 for the caddie.
Joe Steranka announced in April that he would retire as CEO of the PGA of America at the end of this year.
"Our partners are given an exclusive window to maintain the relationship. That window came and went," said Joe Steranka, who is retiring this year as chief executive at the PGA of America.