The Georgia PGA is excited to announce a partnership with The Piedmont Bank. The Piedmont Bank will become a presenting sponsor for the Georgia PGA Junior Championship and the UGA Junior Classic through 2023.
The agreement, signed by The Piedmont Bank Chairman and CEO Monty Watson, will provide support to two major stops on the Georgia PGA Junior Tour slate. The partnership will also make The Piedmont Bank a proud partner of the Georgia PGA Junior Tour as well as a legacy partner of the soon to be re-branded PGA Reach Georgia Foundation.
Watson was asked what the significance of partnering with the Georgia PGA Junior Tour is. “The Piedmont Bank is proud to partner with the Georgia PGA in their support of Junior Golf in Georgia. Junior golf is not only important to the future of the game of golf, but it also provides the opportunity for our youth to learn the essential life lessons of respect, discipline, and etiquette, while developing a love for golf that they will carry throughout their lives.”
Georgia PGA Executive Director Scott Geary was quoted saying, “What an incredible partnership with The Piedmont Bank. Over ten years in junior golf, I can tell you first-hand how valuable partnerships such as these are to not only the continued growth of competitive junior golf, but also the life-long development of young men and women. We are so thankful for The Piedmont Bank’s long-term support and we look forward to elevating the Georgia PGA Junior Tour and Foundation together.”
ABOUT THE PIEDMONT BANK:
The Piedmont Bank was founded by a group of local business professionals that believes our community needs a bank that is committed to serving the needs of businesses and residents of our community. Considerable effort has gone into designing competitively structured, fairly-priced banking services. While we are proud of the services we offer, we understand that the only real way to differentiate ourselves from our competitors is in the way our staff of experienced bankers delivers these services to you. We hold to an old-fashioned and currently uncommon belief that banking remains a people business. We believe technology is a tool that can be used by the bank and its customers to enhance convenience, but in no way should it be used to replace the personal relationships appropriate to a healthy banking relationship.