The National Senior Golf Association is a membership organization run by a team of business professionals, who love to play golf. NSGA is all about great golf and lots of fun. We go to the best courses and stay in the finest places. Plus we entertain everyone with our social events, gourmet dinners, and hospitality.
Mark played golf as a kid (he claims that he played pretty well) and then stopped for 30 years. He picked up his golf clubs at 48, took a few lessons and joined a country club. He was introduced to Roger by NSGA founder, Liza Price, at Jasna Polana Golf Course where they played a round and became friends. When Liza retired from NSGA, Roger and Mark decided to take it on and have loved doing it ever since.
Mark is our back office guy. He’s the one who pays our bills, manages our website and Facebook account, emails everybody and generally keeps us going. Mark’s business background is in Information Technology which often gets in the way of his golf game.
More importantly his current handicap is 13.9.
Mr. Hooked on Golf, Roger first attempted to play golf in 1966 and was immediately hooked! An avid golfer through 1979 when he put the clubs aside for quality time with his three sons through boating and fishing. In 1991, Roger’s youngest son wanted to try out for the high school golf team so Roger gave the boat away and dusted off his clubs. Then, in 1995, he decided to learn more about golf since he never wanted to offer bad advice. So he became a fully certified golf teaching professional via the United States Golf Teachers Federation (USGTF).
In addition to playing golf throughout the U.S., Roger has played in Spain, Hawaii, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean Islands and his
love for the game has continued to grow. Wanting to share the Golf Life experience, he got closely involved in NSGA.
Now Roger attends and manages every NSGA event. He makes sure every participant enjoys the event. He makes sure the tournaments are fair. And that the food and drink are exceptional. When asked, he gives golf lessons and pointers (having learned not to offer unsolicited advice). Roger genuinely wants you to have a wonderful and memorable experience at every event you attend. If you aren’t already, he wants you to be Hooked on Golf too.