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Hoffmann Named NHGA Tournament Director

October 20th, 2021

HOFFMANN TAKES ON NEW ROLE, NAMED NHGA TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR
 
Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Golf Association (NHGA) is excited to announce that Kinsey Hoffmann will take over duties as Tournament Director, effective immediately. Hoffmann has worked as the NHGA’s Director of Junior Golf and Tournament Operations since 2018 and her extensive working knowledge of NHGA events, her relationship with NHGA customers, and her dedication to the continued growth of NHGA tournament programs made her a natural fit for the position.
 
Kinsey came to the NHGA in early 2018 with a wealth of experience in golf administration, having spent time working for both the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) and the Texas Golf Association (TGA). She immediately settled into her role and in addition to assisting at NHGA events and championships, she was tasked with running and expanding the NHGA Junior Golf program as well as creating and administering events for women, including the Women’s Mid-Amateur, Women’s Four Ball, and Women’s Match Play Championships.
 
Through Hoffmann’s leadership, the NHGA Junior Golf program has continued to flourish and newly created women’s programs have been an overwhelming success. She has also worked to create a Junior Golf Preview each spring to highlight tournament offerings and expose new and current young players to the program.

Hoffmann is thrilled to take on the challenge. “I am very excited to be taking on the role of Tournament Director with the NHGA. While it will definitely be a change not to see the junior golfers and parents that I have grown so fond of over the years, I’m looking forward to working with all of our members at events and running major NHGA Championships, like the State Amateur and New Hampshire Open. I cannot wait to see what the growth of the game in the Granite State will lead to and I’m very excited to be a part of that challenge,” she said.

NHGA Executive Director Matt Schmidt was excited to make that announcement that Hoffmann’s role with the NHGA will be expanding.
 
“Kinsey was a natural fit when she joined us in 2018 and she has done nothing but impress since then. She has established a fantastic rapport with our players and clubs and more than that, we have seen her continue to grow and excel as our organization has experienced substantial growth over the past few years. She is a phenomenal administrator and her attention to detail and dedication to the NHGA have been on display for a number of years. Our tournament players will be in good hands for years to come,” he said.
 
A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Hoffmann will also be overseeing the NHGA’s transition to the BlueGolf tournament administration software in 2022. Her grasp of technology at both the association and club level has been, and will continue to be vital for NHGA tournament players and club administrators. In addition to NHGA events, Hoffmann has been the official in charge of the NHIAA Boys and Girls Championships for the last three years and has assisted at a number of New England Golf Association (NEGA) events as well.
 
Hoffmann’s transition to her new role will take effect immediately and in addition to closing out the 2021 tournament season over the next three weeks, she will be rolling out the 2022 NHGA tournament schedule in the coming weeks and months. Those needing to contact Kinsey for questions on NHGA events can reach her at khoffmann@nhgolf.com or 603-219-0371.