Mr. Berlin is currently Senior Vice President, Player Affairs for the PGA TOUR. In that capacity, Mr. Berlin is responsible for headquarters-to-player communication, player education and governance.  His personal relationships with men’s professional golfers and key industry executives are critical assets for USA GOLF. Prior to his current role, Mr. Berlin has served in a variety of roles at the PGA TOUR.  He has also worked as a sports management agent and an event management consultant.

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.

Mrs. Daly-Donofrio is the Senior Vice President of Tour Operations for the LPGA. She brings experience as both an administrator and a player to the USA GOLF Board.  At the LPGA, she is responsible for all aspects of player relations and competitions for the highest level of women’s professional golf competition. Prior to joining the staff of the PGA TOUR, Mrs. Daly-Donofrio was a professional member of the LPGA from 1998 through 2009 during which time she won twice. During her tenure as a player, Mrs. Daly-Donofrio was elected as president of the LPGA Tour Executive Committee for the 2005 season.  She is also a member of the Connecticut Sports Hall of Fame.

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.

PAIGE MACKENZIE (Athlete Director)
Paige Mackenzie was a three-time NCAA All-American at the University of Washington, where she was the top-ranked amateur in the country during her senior year. She joined the LPGA in 2007. She recorded a career-best tie for eighth at the 2009 Safeway Classic Presented by Coca-Cola, where she tied her career-low 66 during the third round. Mackenzie joined the Golf Channel in November 2012 as a contributing analyst for Golf Central during the CME Group Tour Championship. In June 2013, she became a co-host for Morning Drive, and a studio analyst for Golf Central, while continuing to play a full schedule on the LPGA Tour. In 2014, Mackenzie expanded her role at Golf Channel to include hosting select episodes of Playing Lessons and co-hosting Big Break. Paige currently serves as a Player Director on the LPGA Board of Directors.

MARK WILSON (Athlete Director)
Mark Wilson is a five-time champion on the PGA TOUR.  After attending the University of North Carolina studying mathematics, Wilson turned professional in 1997.  His first PGA TOUR victory came at the 2007 Honda Classic.  He followed that up with wins at the 2009 Mayakoba Golf Classic, the 2011 Sony Open and 2011 Waste Management Phoenix Open, and the 2012 Humana Challenge.  Along with his wife, Amy, Mark is heavily involved in the Blessings in a Backpack charitable organization, with a mission of sending needy school children home every weekend with nonperishable food they can eat on Saturday and Sunday.  Wilson currently represents his fellow players as one of four Player Directors on the PGA TOUR Policy Board.


Executive Director           Andy Levinson, Executive Director, PGA TOUR

Secretary/Treasurer        Adam Mersereau, Assistant General Counsel, PGA TOUR