U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R -Pennsylvania) recognises Vincent Kabaso

As a constituent at the time of Montgomery County in Pennsylvania, Kabaso was recognized on the floor of Congress by U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R -Pennsylvania), who concluded his remarks, “We applaud his achievements, his service and accomplishments.”. Watch on YouTube

The unlikely story of the first PGA professional from Zambia

I grew up in Luanshya, a small town in Zambia. My father worked for a copper mine, which owned a golf course. Somebody gave my dad clubs, and he tried to get me and my six siblings to try. I was the only one interested. I was 9 years old, and when I came to the club, Roan Antelope, it was like walking into a different world. Read more

Zambia’s Vincent Kabaso and his historic journey to PGA Membership

Vincent Kabaso’s quest to become a PGA Professional in many ways mirrors the history of his homeland of Zambia, a landlocked nation in south-central Africa that struggled for an identity.

Formerly Northern Rhodesia and under British rule, Zambia gained independence in 1964, with its inaugural president, Kenneth Kaunda, who was an avid golfer while governing for 27 years.

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Philadelphia Section PGA Celebrates Vincent Kabaso, the First Zambian – among the African Country’s “17 Million” Residents – to Become a PGA of America Member

The Philadelphia Section PGA is celebrating one of its newest and truly trailblazing members, Vincent Kabaso, who hails from the country of Zambia on the continent of Africa. Kabaso, a PGA Professional at Talamore Country Club in Ambler, PA, is the first among a population of 17 million people to earn membership in the PGA of America.. Read more

The unlikely story of the first PGA professional from Zambia

Vincent Kabaso, a native of Zambia and the first assistant PGA professional at Laurel Creek Country Club in Mount Laurel, has been selected by the PGA of America as one of 15 members of its PGA LEAD class of 2020-21, which is the Association’s leadership development program. Read more