OGA Announces 2018 Award Winners | Oregon Golf Association

OGA Announces 2018 Award Winners

EUGENE, Ore. ­­– The Oregon Golf Association presented its 2018 Annual Awards at the Association’s Annual Meeting, held Monday, October 22nd at Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Ore.

Every year the OGA gives out its Annual Awards to members, clubs, PGA Professionals and more for their commitment and diligence in working with the OGA, with their community and with other allied golf organizations.

The following is a list of award descriptions and winners for 2018:

  • OGA Member of the Year: Steve Mason (Shadow Hills Country Club) – Eugene, Ore. – This award recognizes an OGA member for outstanding contributions to their community, the game of golf, accomplishments on the golf course or their involvement with the OGA.
     
  • OGA Director of the Year: Dave Fiskum (Illahe Hills Country Club) – Salem, Ore. – This award recognizes an OGA Director who has demonstrated exemplary efforts promoting the OGA and keeping members informed of the activities and benefits afforded by the clubs’ membership in the Oregon Golf Association.
     
  • OGA Club of the Year: Eastmoreland Men’s and Women’s Clubs (Portland, Ore.) – This award recognizes an OGA member club (or clubs) for outstanding contributions to the game of golf, the community or the OGA.
     
  • Superintendent of the Year: Scott Moffenbeier (Bend Golf Club) – Bend, Ore. – This award recognizes a member of the Oregon Golf Course Superintendents Association (OGCSA) for outstanding contributions to the environment, the game of golf, the community or the OGA.
     
  • Handicap Chair of the Year: Dana Didericksen (Stewart Meadows Golf Club) – Medford, Ore. – This award recognizes a Certified Handicap Chairperson of an OGA Member Club who has demonstrated extraordinary diligence in management and oversight of both the USGA Handicap System and GHIN.
     
  • Facility of the Year: Rose City Golf Club (Portland, Ore.) – This award recognizes an OGA facility for outstanding contributions to the game of golf, the community or the OGA.
     
  • Club Executive of the Year: Brian Sackett (Centennial Golf Club) – Medford, Ore. – This award recognizes exceptional leadership by a General Manager, Clubhouse Manager, Owner/Operator, PGA Professional or other similar position of a facility with an OGA member club.
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