The National Allied Golf Association (NAGA) is back on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday for Golf Awareness Day with MPs and other representatives of government in its efforts to allow businesses entertaining clients on golf courses a tax deduction.
Jeff Calderwood, who spearheads this initiative, says having a Private Members Bill introduced earlier this year (you can watch that here) and a government that has been in power for over a year will help the cause, but he cautions that it can be a long process that requires commitment.
Calderwood also had a few thoughts on CEO Scott Simmons, who is departing Golf Canada, a NAGA partner, at the end of February.
Click Play below to listen to his conversation with Hutch. Please allow 10 seconds for the sound to cue up.