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IGA Unveils New Logos



Idaho Golf Association Unveils New Logos

February 9, 2018

Boise, Idaho – The Idaho Golf Association (IGA) unveiled three new logos today in advance of the 2018 Boise Golf and Travel Show. The new logos consist of an official seal, a casual logo, and an IGA Junior Tour logo.

“I liked the existing mark of the IGA, but unfortunately it limited us in its versatility due the large amount of detail,” said IGA Executive Director Adam McCormick, of the reasoning behind the change. “That being said, we felt it was important to capture the iconic outline of the state of Idaho as well as the immediately distinguishable golf tee found within the center of the mark. We drafted dozens of options, from the traditional crest to modern concepts, and ultimately kept coming back to the iconic Idaho shape. After consulting with our allied golf associations we felt having two options, formal and casual, would give us the best branding moving forward. Our third mark will be associated with the IGA Junior Tour.”

The three newly released logos replace all existing logos effective immediately.

About the IGA

The Idaho Golf Association (IGA) is a 501 (C)(7) non-profit organization founded in 1969 with the goal of being an all-encompassing umbrella organization for amateur golf in Idaho. The mission of the IGA is to promote the best interest of amateur golf, by providing course rating and handicapping service to member clubs, conducting championships, providing playing opportunities for members, education, and protecting the spirit of the game. The IGA is comprised of approximately 16,000 members and approximately 90 member clubs.

The IGA is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of twelve men and women who serve three year terms. Operations are administered by four full-time employees and USGA P.J. Boatwright Interns. Sixteen state championships and various USGA qualifiers are conducted each year in addition to over 40 events on the IGA Junior Tour schedule. 

 

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