Jacque Madison, Director of Membership and Women’s Competitions, will be leaving the staff at Central Links Golf at the end of December to pursue a new opportunity as a Career Consultant with the PGA of America.

Jacque has had a long history with Central Links Golf and formerly the Kansas City Golf Association. “Jacque has had a huge impact on Central Links Golf and the Kansas City Golf Association before that. She has served our member clubs tirelessly and worked every day to connect with new people to grow our membership. I am also certain that our Women’s Championships would not be what they are today without her leadership,” says CLG Executive Director, Doug Habel.

“My time at Central Links Golf and the KCGA prior to that has been very special. I am so grateful to have had this wonderful opportunity to work with a great team of staff and volunteers for the last six years. I will definitely miss the organization, but the great thing about golf and the golf industry is that our relationships will continue and our paths will cross many times in the coming months and years. I look forward to serving the golf industry in a new way and will remain an ardent supporter of Central Links Golf,” says Jacque.

Information about career openings and staff transitions will be available in the coming weeks.

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  • Fred Mickelson says:

    Thanks for all you’ve done Jacque! Only met you once but appreciate all your help getting our club up to par!

  • Jacque, you will be missed. All the questions you have answered, plus getting our course rated in a timely fashion has been most helpful. Being in southwest Kansas is a little challenging being so far away, but you always made us feel welcome and included. We thank you for that. Good luck with your next endeavors and hope to run into you sometime. Debbie from Liberal

  • Patricia Schroeder says:

    Jacque,

    You have been some a wonderful help to women’s golf in Kansas and the surrounding area. You will be missed, but so pleased for you as you start a new career opportunity.

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