The BGA Chairman Cally Boyea did however expressed his concern in his President's Report about the gap of talent among the junior golfers who should be breaking into or competing for a place in the National Team right now. "Although we have made significant strides with improving the transparency of the BGA, there remains lots of room for further development of our Junior Program. There is currently far too wide a skill and talent gap between players who represent Barbados at the Junior level and those at Hoerman Cup. That gap must be narrowed to move Barbados into the top three in both of the Caribbean Championships within five years." - writes Cally Boyea in the report.
Birchmore Griffith (left) was leaving his place in the BGA Executive Committee and was replaced by Denny Foster (right) during the BGA 46th Annual General Meeting. The BGA chairman Cally Boyea (middle) was thanking Birchmore for all his years of good service to the game of golf in Barbados and also welcoming Denny to the committee.
Harriet Linton was re-elected for another term during the meeting.