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Golf Heritage Society expands board of directors

Bob Muir joins as an at-large director, and Taba Dale becomes the director of Region 9 in Arizona, California and Hawaii

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Bob Muir

LEBANON, Ohio (October 16, 2020) – The Golf Heritage Society ( announced the appointment of Bob Muir and Taba Dale to its Board of Directors. Muir serves as an At-Large Director and Dale becomes the Director of Region 9, which includes Arizona, California and Hawaii.

“It is with pleasure that we announce these two terrific additions to our Board of Directors,” said Dr. Bern Bernacki, president of the Society. “Bob and Taba bring much-needed experience and creative energy to the Society.”

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Taba Dale

Bob Muir is an attorney based in Indiana, Pa., who specializes in various areas of civil and criminal law. He holds a B.S. from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a Juris Doctor from Duquesne University. Muir has served as assistant director of Region 2 and has provided counsel to the GHS Board on several governance issues. He is also hosting the Society’s next Annual Meeting, which will take place in Pittsburgh in fall, 2021.

Taba Dale, based in Scottsdale, Az., began her career in 1979 as an art dealer, facilitating acquisitions of artwork by world-renowned artists. She founded the Scottsdale Collection in the early 1990s with a focus on golf art. In 2005, Dale launched her golf travel venture, which is now her core business. And in 2009, Dale and Kevin McGrath established Legacy of the Links, LLC, a golf management and consulting company. Dale is a member of the British Golf Collectors Society, the International Network of Golf, the Shivas Irons Society, the Scottsdale Society of Women Writers and Women in the Golf Industry.

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About the Golf Heritage Society
Now in its 50th year, the GHS is a global nonprofit organization that honors and promotes golf’s history. The membership fee is just $25 for the remainder of 2020.

For information or to join the GHS, visit or contact Pete Georgiady, executive director, at 567-303-5584 or

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Sally J. Sportsman