Modern information and communication technologies play a fundamental role in the activities of an organization such as the Don Holliday Memorial Golf Tournament. We are based in the United States.
While this policy may change from time to time, and at our sole discretion, we comply with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) set out by the EU Parliament in April 2016. We will never alter our usage of your data without your consent, even if we change this policy, except as required by law.
For the purposes of this policy, personal information is anything that can be tied directly to you as an individual. This includes information such as:
When you visit this website or interact with us (on the phone, in person, via email, etc.) you disclose two types of information: Information that you voluntarily disclose (such as signing your name to an email or leaving your phone number on our voice mail) and information that gets automatically collected (such as a server logging that you visited our website).
While we do not request or require any personal information as a condition of your use of this website, our server does log usage information. This includes your IP address, as well as some basic information about the device that you used to connect to our website.
We automatically collect no other personal information from you as part of your use of this website.
Cookies are small files stored by your browser on your computer, and when you access our website, the information in those cookies is sent to our server along with your browser’s request (a “request” is, essentially, your web browser asking our server for information, and the server responds by sending you a webpage to view).
We utilize basic analytics cookies to track how users make use of our website and how they found us. You may opt out of these cookies, but leaving them active lets us make improvements to the website by observing how you navigate through it.
We will never use these cookies for any advertising or marketing purposes. We use them only for analytics.
If you choose to opt out of cookies by choosing to decline on the cookie banner, these analytics cookies will not be set. Instead, only a single cookie declaring your intention to decline other cookies will be placed.
Automatically collected information is used exclusively for the purpose of improving our website and troubleshooting errors. That information is never shared with an outside source except as required by law. We will never buy, sell, or trade your personal information for any reason.
Voluntarily provided information (most commonly your name and contact information) is used for the sole purpose of replying to any inquiries you make to the best of our abilities. Should you choose to enter into a business arrangement with us, further usage of your personal data may be spelled out in the contract (but again, only for the purpose of fulfilling our end of the contract).
We are the only people who have access to your data. We do not share this access with anybody else, except as required by law.
At your direction, or as necessary to fulfill the terms of a contract that we make with you, we may be required to disclose some information to a third party. This disclosure will only occur if necessary for the completion of the work we do for you. For example, if we must contract with a third party such as a credit card company to process an order, we will need to disclose the details of your order to that third party.
In all cases, the disclosure of your personal information will only occur if it is absolutely necessary for the completion of our contract with you, and we will only disclose the minimum amount of information necessary.
Our analytics data is kept forever. However, it cannot be tied to you.
Should you choose to email us, our emails are retained indefinitely as well.
This website is not directed to children under the age of 13.
Under article 17 of the GDPR, you have the right to demand that we erase our records of your personal data. There are limitations to this right, but we will always attempt to comply as fully as possible with your “right to be forgotten.”
To exercise your right to erasure, please contact us directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of your correspondences are confidential, and we will never share any of your personal information with any third party.