A new tartan plaid designed specifically for the PGA of America's centennial celebration was unveiled Wednesday morning at the Visit Scotland booth, and PGA Honorary President Allen Wronowski was one of the first to receive a swatch.
Wronowski said the colors and weave have special significance for an organization closely tied to Scotland, the home of golf.
"The blue and gold is for the PGA of America," Wronowski said. "The red, white and blue stands for the United States of America.
"It's one of the most beautiful pieces I've ever seen. It's amazing the culture over there in creating these products. The craftsmanship and the thought that goes behind it makes this a very special gift to be used by the PGA of America."
Wronowski was sincerely appreciative of the honor, which included a tie in the new PGA tartan.
"It's so special," Wronowski said. "In all my trips to Scotland, everybody is so warm, so gracious and so kind. This is just a special treat.
"I see the world celebrating this wonderful accomplishment for the PGA of America, and certainly we wouldn't be around without some incredible Scotsmen, including our first PGA President and many others on that first board that got us moving."