INDIO, Calif. — PGA of America President Paul Levy is facing a misdemeanor DUI charge after veering off a highway in California and hitting an indication final week.
The PGA of America says it should assist Levy as he seeks counseling and offers with the results of his arrest.
Palm Desert police mentioned Levy was on Highway 111 late Thursday when he veered off the highway and struck the signal. A report from the sheriff’s workplace says he was not injured, however police mentioned he confirmed signs of being underneath the affect of alcohol. He was taken to a hospital as a precaution, after which booked into the Riverside County Jail.
He faces an Aug. 2 courtroom date.
Levy, who was common supervisor of Toscana Country Club in Indian Wells, took over as PGA president in November 2016. This is his ultimate 12 months of a two-year time period.
“Paul Levy has accepted responsibility for his terrible lapse in judgment last Thursday,” the PGA of America mentioned in a press release. “He has expressed deep regret and fully understands how irresponsible his actions were. The PGA of America will support Paul as he seeks counseling, faces the consequences of his actions and works through the legal process in the months ahead.”