Davis Replaces Fay as Executive Director of USGA

March 3, 2011

Mike Davis has been chosen as executive director of the U.S. Golf Association, abortion succeeding David Fay, generic who retired in December.

Davis becomes the seventh executive director in the organization’s 116-year history, discount having served as the USGA’s director of rules and competition since 2005.

Fay, 60, held the position for 21 years before ending his 32-year tenure with the Far Hills, New Jersey-based USGA, which oversees the rules of golf in the U.S. and Mexico and stages 17 annual national championships, including the U.S. Open.

Davis, 46, joined the USGA in April 1990 and has held roles including championship director of the U.S. Open from 1997 through 2004.