Doug Doxsie, PGA Head Golf Professional at Seattle Golf Club in Shoreline, Wash., has joined the PGA Board of Directors as District 14 Director for the PGA of America. He was elected at the 103rd PGA Annual Meeting, held November 22, 2019 in West Palm Beach, Fla. Doxsie will serve a three-year term, representing the Pacific Northwest and Southwest PGA Sections.
An accomplished player and distinguished PGA Member since 1988, Doxsie has earned numerous awards and accolades in the Pacific Northwest PGA Section, highlighted by being named PGA Golf Professional of the Year three times (1999, 2003, 2005). He was the recipient of the Section’s 2017 Bill Strausbaugh Award and was named the PGA Merchandiser of the Year—Private Category in 2000.
Committed to volunteerism, Doxsie’s passion to serve steered him to several leadership positions within the Pacific Northwest Section PGA. A member of its Board of Directors, Doxsie served as president in 2003-2004. Since 1995, he has also served as chairman of six committees on behalf of the Section.
A 1983 graduate of the University of Puget Sound, with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, Doxsie was a NCAA Division II Golf All-American in 1982 and 1983. In 1996, he became the first and only golfer elected into the University of Puget Sound Athletic Hall of Fame.
Doxsie resides in Issaquah, Wash. with his wife of 32 years, Pam. They have two children, Caitlin and Drew, who both reside in Seattle.
The PGA Board of Directors is composed of the Association’s President, Vice President, Secretary, Honorary President, and 17 Directors. The Directors include representatives from each of the PGA’s 14 Districts, two Independent Directors and a member of the PGA Tour. New District Directors are elected by their local PGA Sections.