Class of 2017

 Henry Longhurst

Henry Longhurst

Henry Longhurst – journalist, writer, television commentator, Member of Parliament in Westminster and a household name in the UK – was the popular and revered voice of the game of golf for more than 40 years. After beginning his career as a writer for a small monthly golf magazine, Tee Topics, his wit and astute …

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 Davis Love III

Davis Love III

Davis Love III was born into a golfing family in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1964. His father was a respected professional golfer and teacher and his mother was a low-handicap golfer as well. By age 10, Davis knew that he wanted to be a professional golfer. After an impressive junior career, he earned a scholarship …

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 Meg Mallon

Meg Mallon

Meg Mallon began her 23-year career on the LPGA Tour in 1987. Though her professional career got off to a slow start, it took off after her breakout year in 1991. That year she had four wins in 12 top-10 finishes, including two Major Championships – the LPGA Championship and the U.S. Women’s Open. She …

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 Lorena Ochoa Reyes

Lorena Ochoa Reyes

Lorena Ochoa Reyes burst on the women’s professional golfing scene in 2002 after enjoying an outstanding junior golfing career with five Junior World Championship titles and an impressive collegiate career, being named NCAA Player of the Year in 2001 and 2002. In her first full season on the LPGA Tour she had eight top-10 finishes …

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 Ian Woosnam

Ian Woosnam

Ian Woosnam, nicknamed “Woosie” or the “Wee Welshman,” was born in Oswestry, England on March 2, 1958. Though small in stature at 5 ft. 4½ in., he is a powerful striker of the golf ball. He joined the ranks of professional golfers in 1976 and joined the European Tour in 1979. Woosnam won his maiden …

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