Quartet Lead Inductees Into PGA of America Hall of Fame

Palm Beach Gardens, United States: Tommy Bolt, Charlie Sifford, Payne Stewart and Lee Trevino, a foursome that left a historic impact upon American golf, head a class of seven inductees to be enshrined into the PGA of America Hall of Fame.
The 2015 class, to be honoured on November 12, at the PGA’s 99th Annual Meeting in Florida, also features 2013 PGA Golf Professional of the Year Michael Doctor; 2014 PGA Golf Professional of the Year Ray Cutright; and legendary University of Texas Coach George Hannon.
“It is with great pride that the PGA of America welcomes this exceptional class into the PGA of America Hall of Fame, who by their achievements have made significant and lasting contributions to our Association and the game of golf,” said PGA President Derek Sprague.
“They represent individuals who were passionate leaders; stood strong against social injustice; inspired young players to greater heights; and whose performance on the course is remembered for generations.
“Their names will be inscribed among those who have made golf the greatest game.”
 
 

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