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Tri-State PGA announces award winners

Bill Beckner
| Friday, February 15, 2019 3:34 p.m.
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Each year, the Tri-State PGA Section recognizes the top contributors to its organization and the district golf community.

Award winners for this year were announced this week. They are as follows:

Golf Professional of the Year: Tom Beeder, Grandview Golf Club

Teacher of the Year: Chuck Scally, Scally’s Golf Center

Horton Smith Award: Eric Johnson, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

Youth Player Development Award: Brian Dunaway, Willowbrook Country Club

Bill Strausbaugh Award: Pete Micklewright, Edgewood Country Club

Player Development Award: Brent Johnson, Lindenwood Golf Club

Patriot Award: Ron Lucas, Scally’s Golf Center

Merchandiser of the Year: Jason Marciniec, St. Clair Country Club (private); Mike Rogers, Raven Golf Club at Snowshoe Mountain (resort); Richard Gay, Totteridge Golf Club (public)

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at bbeckner@tribweb.com or via Twitter .

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