Distinguished Service Award

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Director of Maintenance Fred Dickman from The Broadmoor Golf Club and Course Superintendent Barry Kendall from Green Valley Ranch Golf Club overcame major weather-related obstacles so that big-time championships could be conducted with as little disruption as possible.

 

Less than two weeks before the 2018 U.S. Senior Open was scheduled to take place at The Broadmoor East Course in Colorado Springs, a major hailstorm shelled the area. But thanks to tireless work by Dickman and East Course Superintendent Michael Sartori and his staff, the seniors played a flawless layout as The Broadmoor celebrated its 100th anniversary.

 

At Green Valley Ranch on the eastern edge of Denver, heavy rain, hail and winds estimated at 60 mph swamped the course the day and night before the scheduled first round of the CoBank Colorado Open. For 11 straight hours, Kendall and his crew pumped water off the course and from the bunkers. 

 

Although Wednesday’s pro-am and Thursday's opening round were canceled, abbreviating the tournament to 54 holes for the first time in 37 years, the condition of the course generated unanimous praise from the competitors in the field.                                                                                                                

                                                                                                                            Watch video - Fred Dickman

                                                                                                                            Watch video - Barry Kendall

Distinguished Service Award 2019
Fred Dickman and Barry Kendall
Distinguished Service Award 2018
Colorado Women's Golf Association
 

The venerable Colorado Women’s Golf Association, which celebrated its centennial in 2016 and merged with the Colorado Golf Association at the end of 2017, enjoyed a membership of more than 17,000 and a reputation as one of the most respected women’s golf associations in the United States. 

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Distinguished Service Award 2017
 Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado
 

The Colorado Golf Hall of Fame will award its Distinguished Service honor to the Junior Golf Alliance of Colorado a partnership between the Colorado PGA, Colorado Golf Association and Colorado Women’s Golf Association that concluded its highly successful inaugural season with its Junior Tour championship at Cherry Hills Country  Club. As the “one-stop-shop for competitive junior golf,” the JGAC pioneered a clear, streamlined pathway and programs for parents, kids and instructors to follow.

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 Distinguished Service Award 2015
 Robin Jervey

Robin Jervey was honored for her 22 years of leadership of the Colorado Women's Golf Association. 

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 Distinguished Service Award 2014
 Colorado Golf Club
 

Colorado Golf Club hosted the 2013 Solheim Club in August 2013. Players, spectators, and LPGA official raved about the condition of the course, the organization of the event, and quality of the hospitality.

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 Distinguished Service Award 2013
 Rich Langston
 

Colorado Golf Club hosted the 2013 Solheim Club in August 2013. Players, spectators, and LPGA official raved about the condition of the course, the organization of the event, and quality of the hospitality.

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 Distinguished Service Award 2012
 Colorado Section PGA
 

Colorado Section PGA is recognized for its Golf in Schools Program

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Distinguished Service Award 2011
Vic Kregel
 
 Distinguished Service Award 2010
 CCGO Board (Common Ground)

Colorado Section PGA is recognized for its Golf in Schools Program

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CCGO Board (Common Ground GC) for thier efforts to redsign Common Ground Golf Course

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