(Franklin, TN) – Earlier this week, the Midwest Section of the PGA of America announced Adam Greeno as their new Executive Director/CEO. Greeno will replace Brad Demo, PGA, who will be retiring in December.
“I am honored and humbled that Midwest PGA has offered me the opportunity to serve as its next Executive Director,” explained Greeno. “I am excited about the opportunity and want to thank everyone associated with the Tennessee PGA. This dream would not be achieved without your unwavering support over the past fourteen years.”
Greeno, a Daniel Webster graduate with a degree in Sport Management, has been with the Tennessee Section for 14 years since starting as an intern in February 2009. Greeno has since held numerous leadership positions such as Field Director, Assistant Tournament Director, Director of Tournament Operations, and most recently, Tournament Director.
“We are grateful for the tremendous contributions that Adam has made over the years. He has passionately served the membership of the Tennessee PGA, and helped us elevate many of our programs to become industry benchmarks,” said Clayton Hromadka, Executive Director of Tennessee PGA. “We are excited for what lies ahead for Adam and his family, and we look forward to watching his continued success.”
At the conclusion of the 2022 tournament season, Greeno will transition into his new role at the Midwest PGA in Kansas City, Missouri starting December 1st.
About the Tennessee PGA:
Formed in 1968, The Tennessee Section PGA is one of the 41 sections that comprise the Professional Golfers’ Association of America. It is one of the largest sections, with over 500 members and associates. Tennessee PGA seeks to elevate the standards of the professional golfers’ vocation, to promote the interest in the game of golf, to protect and advance the mutual interest of the Members, to conduct tournaments and offer educational opportunities for the employment and benefit of the Members and to promote good relations with clubs and communities within the Tennessee Section’s boundaries.