Pennsylvania Golf Association adds incoming talent for summer
The Pennsylvania Golf Association is excited to announce the addition of two interns for the 2022 season.
Henry O’Brien will join the team as a communications and social media intern. He is currently enrolled at the S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications at Syracuse University studying Television, Radio and Film. O’Brien also works at various media outlets around the SU community. He will manage the PAGA’s social media accounts and communicate information to players, parents and members.
“I am excited to get started with the Pennsylvania Golf Association this summer, and I hope to expand the PAGA's reach so we can grow the game throughout the state. I would like to thank Mark Peterson, Neil Gilman and Annie Vanzant for considering me for this role and I can't wait to get to work,” said O’Brien, 20, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Matt Field comes to PAGA as a part of the United States Golf Association’s P.J. Boatwright Jr. Internship Program. The program is designed to give experience to individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in golf administration. Field is enrolled at the University of South Carolina pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Sport and Entertainment Management. Field will work in the PAGA’s offices, as well as being involved in the various administrative duties that come with all the tournaments this summer.
“I am extremely excited to be joining the team here at PAGA this summer. This Association runs some of the best competitions in the country, and I look forward to learning more about golf administration while helping run our top notch events,” said Field, 21, of Phoenixville, Pa.