ARTICLE I — NAME AND PURPOSE
Section 1. NAME
This corporation shall be named "Tennessee Section, Professional Golfers' Association of America, Inc."
The corporation has been organized to improve and promote the business of golf in the Section. To accomplish this purpose, the corporation has as specific goals:
1. To elevate the standards of the professional golfers vocation;
2. To promote interest in the game of golf; and to promote and conserve the best interest of the game of golf;
3. To make available college or junior academy scholarships for needy and deserving young men and ladies who are interested in, and proficient at the game of golf; and
4. To assist deserving unemployed members to obtain a position when possible.
The corporation shall operate pursuant to a charter issued by the Board of Directors of The Professional Golfers' Association of America (herein after referred to as the Association) and in accordance with the Constitution and Bylaws of the Association, as supplemented by these Bylaws.
However the provisions of this Section Constitution and Bylaws shall not be inconsistent with, or at variance with the Constitution of the Association nor with any of its rules, regulations or policies, and in the event any rovisions herein is in such conflict the national policy shall take precedence.
Likewise the corporation shall operate pursuant to its charter from the State of Tennessee General Corporation Act, which act shall take precedence over any other authority, the Professional Golfers' Association of America included.
The boundaries of the corporation as previously established by the Board of Directors of the Association, include the entire state of Tennessee and shall remain so until changed by the said Board of Directors.
The corporation shall not be required to have a seal though same may be used and if so shall be circular in form and shall have inscribed thereon the words: "Tennessee Section, PGA of America, Inc." and the words "corporate seal."
The principle office of the corporation and such other offices as it may establish shall be located at such place or places within the State of Tennessee as may be designated by the Board of Directors.