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    • Commissioner's Office

      Tim Finchem | Jay Monahan | Ed Moorhouse | Charles Zink | Tom Wade | Ron Price


    TIM FINCHEM / Commissioner

    Tim Finchem began his 21st year as commissioner of the PGA TOUR in June 2014. From the time Finchem joined the TOUR management team, he has played a key role in strengthening the PGA TOUR's position as one of the most successful, well-respected sports organizations in the world, and his leadership has helped foster the growth of the game, both domestically and internationally.

    During his tenure, Finchem has greatly expanded the earnings opportunities for PGA TOUR players. The TOUR, through its tournaments and sponsors, has dramatically escalated tournament purses and grown total revenues at an unprecedented rate. Since Finchem became commissioner in 1994, the PGA TOUR and its tournaments have raised more than $1 billion for charitable organizations. Under Finchem's leadership, The Presidents Cup was created in 1994, bringing together the world's best non-European players in team match-play competition against their American counterparts. After eight stagings, The Presidents Cup has grown to be one of the most highly anticipated events on golf's calendar, and the 2013 event is scheduled for Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio.

    Finchem has also been instrumental in the formation of the International Federation of PGA Tours and the World Golf Foundation. His personal dedication to the success of the World Golf Foundation's The First Tee initiative has meant that, in just more than 10 years, The First Tee has grown to include more than 200 chapters that reach more than 6.5 million young people.

    An additional accomplishment during Finchem’s tenure has been the development and introduction of the FedExcup, a season-long points competition that culminates with the FedExcup playoffs. Since 2007, the FedExcup has brought an unparalleled level of late-season focus to and interest in the tour, as indicated by significant increases in television and online audiences, tournament attendance, sponsor activation and media coverage.

    Born in Ottawa, IL, on April 19, 1947, Finchem graduated from Princess Anne High School in Virginia Beach, VA. He attended the University of Richmond on a debate scholarship, receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1969. He graduated from the University of Virginia Law School in 1973. After practicing law in Virginia Beach for three years, Finchem served in the White House as Deputy Advisor to the President in the Office of Economic Affairs in 1978 and 1979. In the early 1980s, Finchem co-founded the National Strategies and Marketing Group in Washington, D.C.

    Finchem is the recipient of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America's Old Tom Morris Award for 2001, the PGA of America's Distinguished Service Award for 2002, the Dick Schaap Lifetime Achievement in Sports Award in 2005 and the 2010 Donald Ross Award from the American Society of Golf Course Architects.

    Finchem and his wife, the former Holly Bachand, have four children and live in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL.


    JAY MONAHAN / Deputy Commissioner

    Jay Monahan officially assumed the role of Deputy Commissioner of the PGA TOUR on April 1, 2014 and works closely with Commissioner Tim Finchem on the entire scope of business operations and strategy.

    Prior to his appointment, Monahan served as Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer since March of 2013, overseeing Business Development, Corporate Marketing and Partnerships, Title Sponsor Relations, Retail Licensing, and Media Sales. Monahan joined the TOUR in June 2008 as Executive Director of THE PLAYERS Championship. He came to the TOUR from Fenway Sports Group.

    Monahan graduated from Trinity College in 1993, where he was a four-year member of the golf team and a Division II Academic All-American his senior year. He earned a master’s degree in sport management from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 1995.


    ED MOORHOUSE / Co-Chief Operating Officer

    Ed Moorhouse is Co-Chief Operating Officer of the PGA TOUR. He previously served as the TOUR’s General Counsel, later as Chief Legal Officer. His areas of responsibility include PGA TOUR, Web.com Tour, Champions Tour, Championship Management, PGA TOUR Latinoamerica, PGA TOUR Canada, PGA TOUR China, and International Federations.

    A 1975 summa cum laude graduate of Georgetown University with a degree in government, Moorhouse received his law degree (juris doctorate) with high honors from the University of Florida in 1978. Moorhouse was a member of the Jacksonville (Florida) law firm Smith and Hulsey for six years before joining the TOUR as Senior Vice President and Counsel for PGA TOUR Golf Course Properties in 1985.


    CHARLES ZINK / Co-Chief Operating Officer

    Charles Zink joined the PGA TOUR in 1986. He is Co-Chief Operating Officer after previously serving as Chief Financial Officer. As Co-Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Zink’s key areas of focus are THE PLAYERS Championship, Presidents Cup, and Golf Course Properties.

    A 1971 graduate of the University of Maryland in Finance and Business Management, Zink earned a second degree from Maryland in 1975. He is a former member of Maryland’s golf team. Before joining the TOUR, Zink served four years as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy and had 11 years of experience with Price Waterhouse Coopers & Lybrand in both Washington, D.C. and the United Kingdom in large and emerging business, financial management and audit.


    TOM WADE / Chief Commercial Officer           

    Tom Wade is the Chief Commercial Officer of the PGA TOUR; he joined the TOUR in 1993. Wade’s areas of responsibility include Corporate Marketing, Business Development, Digital Media, Television, and Brand Marketing.

    A graduate of the University of Florida, Wade was a former captain in the U.S. Army. He began his career with Proctor & Gamble in research and development, ultimately heading up a team charged with innovating new consumer brands. He later moved within P&G to Marketing, becoming Brand Manager for Folgers Coffee. He next joined the Connecticut Consulting Group where he advised a variety of Fortune 500 firms. Prior to joining the PGA TOUR, Wade authored the successful case to the NFL to award an expansion team to Jacksonville (the Jaguars).


    RON PRICE / Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer

    Ron Price is Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer of the PGA TOUR. He joined the TOUR in 1994 as Senior Vice President Finance and Administration. Price’s areas of responsibility include Finance, Human Resources, Legal Affairs, and Information Systems.

    Price graduated summa cum laude from the University of Alabama in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Prior to joining the PGA TOUR, he was a partner with Ernst & Young and had overall management responsibilities for the firm’s North and Central Florida tax practice. He provided extensive consulting services to the PGA TOUR in his role with Ernst & Young, beginning in 1989.