The Prime Minister’s Department (Jabatan Perdana Menteri (JPM) is a federal government ministry in Malaysia. Its objective is “determining the services of all divisions are implemented according to policy, legislation / regulations and current guidelines”. It is headed by the Prime Minister of Malaysia followed by other Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department. The Prime Minister’s Department formerly known as the General Administration. The Department was organized into an Innovation and Human Resource Management Division, a Finance Division, a Development Division, an Accounts Division, a Management Services Division, an Internal Audit Division, a Corporate Communications Unit Division, an Events Management Division and a Legal Advisor Office Division. All nine (9) divisions are reporting to the Senior Deputy Secretary-General and assisted by the two Deputy Secretary-General which are Deputy Secretary-General (Financial and Development) and Deputy Secretary-General (Management).
For more information visit www.jpm.gov.my/ms
The Ministry of Youth and Sports was formed on 15 May 1964 in conjunction with the National Youth Day celebration of that year. In 1972, the Culture Division was established, and this has led the Ministry of Youth and Sports to change its name to the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports until 1987, as the Culture Division was eventually relocated under the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism. Since then, the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports was reverted to its original name which, today, known as the Ministry of Youth and Sports. Ministry of Youth and Sports (MYS) was given the mandate to implement the policies of the Malaysian government, particularly in the areas of Youth and Sports development.
For more information visit www.kbs.gov.my/en
Department of Tourism was first set up under the Ministry of Trade of Malaysia in 1959. The inclusion of the principal objectives of tourism into the country’s 2nd Malaysia Plan 1971-1975 further emphasized the role of tourism in the economy. On 20 May 1992, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism was renamed Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism or MoCAT. In April 2004, MoCAT was split to facilitate the establishment of a separate ministry i.e the Ministry of Tourism (MoTour) which was responsible solely for matters related to tourism. Than on 15 May 2013, MoTour was transformed to Ministry of Tourism and Culture (MOTAC).
For more information, visit www.motac.gov.my or www.tourism.gov.my/niche/golfing
The Federal Territorial Ministry is responsible for planning, managing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating progress and sustainable development with one of its focuses being the advancement of development and the cultivation of outstanding sports in the Federal Territories through Majlis Sukan Wilayah Persekutuan.
For more information, visit www.kwp.gov.my/index.php/en/ or www.wipers.gov.my/en/
As a strategic partner, PSM delivers thought leadership, knowledge and innovation concepts to help the Organization better serve the golf game for Senior’s. Together, PSM and the SGSM created a transformative strategy that responds to the need of today’s game, deepens engagement in the golf community and empowers people to connect in new ways.
For more information, visit www.pps.kbs.gov.my/my
Tourism Malaysia or Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (MTPB) is an agency under the Ministry of Tourism, Malaysia. Tourism Malaysia, formerly known as the “Tourist Development Corporation of Malaysia (TDC)”, was established on 10 August 1972. It was then under the former Ministry of Trade and Industry. The Tourist Development Corporation of Malaysia (TDC) was established on 10 August 1972 as an agency under the former Ministry of Trade and Industry by an Act of Parliament. With the inception of the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism on 20 May 1987, TDC was moved to this new ministry; and became the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (MTPB) through the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board Act 1992. Popularly known as Tourism Malaysia, its full focus is on promoting Malaysia domestically and internationally. Tourism Malaysia supports and sponsor many SGSM’s events. SGSM will promote Malaysia to our counterparts in other countries to encourage senior golfers to visit Malaysia for golf and tourism.
For more information visit www.tourism.gov.my
The Kuala Lumpur City Hall (Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur, abbreviated DBKL) is the city council which administers the city of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. This council was established after the city was officially granted city status on 1 February 1972. Their jurisdiction covers an area of 243 square kilometers. The council consists of the mayor plus fifteen members of the city advisory board appointed to serve a one-year term by the Minister of Territories. The current mayor of Kuala Lumpur is Mahadi Che Ngah, who has been in office since 1 October 2020. Dewan Bandaraya is a valued tenant of the SGSM building. We are also collaborating with DBKL on various projects.
For more information visit www.dbkl.gov.my
Persatuan Senior Golfers Malaysia (SGSM) is a founder
member of the Confederation of ASEAN Senior Golfers’ Association or in short CASGA. It was formed in 1983 with the objectives of fostering amongst senior golfers in ASEAN through the promotion and organizing of the Annual ASEAN Senior Amateur Golf Championships. At present CASGA comprises six members namely Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Each country’s Association takes turn to host the Championships.
Founded in 1929, the Malaysian Golf Association (MGA) as the governing body of golf in Malaysia has been entrusted to promote the game while preserving its traditions and integrity. A non-government organization that runs by volunteers who are passionate about the game with the help of a team of management staff. The Association’s portfolios have increased over the years ranging from conducting 14 state amateur opens, national amateur open, national amateur close, Malaysian Open to processing handicaps through its National Handicap System to promoting grassroot programs and training of the athletes to represent Malaysia in the international events. SGSM is an agent for MGA to allow SGSM members to be registered on WHS, which is maintained by MGA.
For more information, visit www.mgaonline.com.my
MALGA has been a longtime supporter of the SGSM. This support includes the Partnership Golf Game where MALGA has partnered with the SGSM to ensure continuing better relationship in the future come.
For more information, visit www.malga.org.my
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