Le Ann K.H. Finger, PGA/LPGASenior Director of Tournaments and Championships
PGA Master Professional Le Ann Finger is the Senior Director of Tournaments and Championships for the Arizona Golf Association in Scottsdale, Arizona. Recognized in 2020 as the PGA Southwest Section Player Development award winner, Finger manages the tournament operations for more than 50 association golf tournaments and championships for nearly 80,000 amateur golfers in the State of Arizona. With more than 20 years of experience in the golf industry, Finger has an extensive background in golf administration, golf operations as well serving as a liaison with allied golf associations for many years.
Finger is a PGA Master Professional in Player Development in addition to being one of only 210 women nationwide who are both a PGA of America and an LPGA Class A Professional. In 2014, Le Ann earned the PGA Player Development Award from the Southeast Chapter South Florida PGA Section for extraordinary contributions and achievements in the area of player development. She currently serves on the Southwest Section PGA Board of Directors, on the WE ARE GOLF Women’s Task Force, the Southwest Section PGA Education committee and is President of Women in the Golf Industry. She has previously served on The PGA of America National Membership Committee, The First Tee National Growing Girls Golf committee and the LPGA National Hall of Fame committee.
Finger's resume within the golf industry includes six years as a Division III golf coach at her alma mater where she led the St. Olaf women’s golf team for seven seasons while coaching the men’s golf team for four seasons. In addition to coaching at St. Olaf College, she worked for two years as their Sports Information Director and one year in Media Relations and Marketing. Le Ann began her golf career as an Assistant Golf Professional at the Northfield Golf Club in Northfield, Minnesota.
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Arizona Golf Association
The Arizona Golf Association, which was founded in 1923, is a not-for-profit 501(c)(4) association that serves as the official governing body of amateur golf in Arizona.
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7600 E Redfield Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85260-1101