Doug Doxsie will serve a three-year term on the PGA Board of Directors as the District 14 director. Photo courtesy of PGA of America

Doug Doxsie will serve a three-year term on the PGA Board of Directors as the District 14 director. Photo courtesy of PGA of America

Issaquah resident elected to PGA Board of Directors

  • Tuesday, November 19, 2019 2:02pm
  • Sports

Doug Doxsie, a resident of Issaquah, was elected to the PGA Board of Directors as the District 14 director. Doxsie will represent the Pacific Northwest and Southwest PGA sections for the next three years. Currently Doxsie is the PGA head golf professional at Seattle Golf Club in Shoreline.

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