Barack Obama signed an executive action on Wednesday that allows Alaska to open its senior pGA tour, including the PGA of America’s senior tour.
The move is the latest sign that President Obama has been receptive to Alaska’s efforts to attract the top international players.
A key part of the plan is a new tourism and economic development initiative for Alaska, which includes hosting a tour to promote Alaska’s state and local economies and the Alaska Pacific National Marine Sanctuary.
Alaska is also set to open the first-ever major golf course in the state, as part of a plan to create a tourism industry and a state of the art research facility.
The development also is expected to create more than 400 jobs in the industry.
Alaska’s pga has a history of success in attracting top players, including Arnold Palmer, Tiger Woods and Tiger Woods II.
“The Alaska Pacific State Government is proud to welcome the President to Alaska,” said Alaska Gov.
Bill Walker, a Republican who is also Alaska’s chairman of the Alaska National Guard.
The state will also be able to hire up to 600 more employees, including an additional 200 at the state’s state parks.
Walker also praised the president’s support for the tourism effort, which he said will help attract more international players to the state.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, also praised Walker’s announcement.
We’re looking forward to the opportunities that we can create for our state, and I’m confident that our leaders are doing everything they can to bring this to fruition,” Murkowski said.
PGA of Alaska chairman Joe Stumpf said the PGC has been in touch with the president and said that the tour will be open to the public.
In a statement, the tour said: “The Alaska PGA is thrilled to welcome President Obama to Alaska.
The PGA Tour is excited to welcome him to Alaska and we look forward to his visit.
“The PGA will also begin recruiting talent for the Alaska tour, which is set to begin in January 2019.