and Evans Scholars Foundation (WGAESF). He established the organization’s first ever corporate partnership program in support of its college scholarship for caddies (the Chick Evans Scholarship), worked with the PGA TOUR on the BMW Championship entitlement, and integrated updated social media content and streaming of its golf events in order to reach a wider market.
From 2004-2015, Alfred worked for the PGA of America in a variety of business development and tournament roles related to the Ryder Cup, PGA Championship, Senior PGA Championship, Women’s PGA Championship, and the PGA Grand Slam of Golf.
In 2003, Alfred successfully completed a seven-figure capital campaign for the Chicago District Golf Association and built the largest grass roots golf program for individuals with disabilities, called “Sunshine Through Golf.”
In 1995, Alfred was awarded the Chick Evans Scholarship, becoming the first caddie from the Merit Club of Libertyville Illinois, to receive the full tuition and housing scholarship. He attended Indiana University and graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology. Alfred and his wife, Gail, are in the process of relocating to The Woodlands from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. They have two children, Benjamin (13) and Lucy (12).
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