BROKEN ARROW – Michael Boyd, PGA director of golf at The Club at Indian Springs in Broken Arrow, is the 2015 OMEGA South Central PGA Player of the Year. This marks Boyd’s second consecutive Player of the Year award.
Boyd accumulated a 2,175-point total to capture the title by a 550-point margin over Shannon Friday, head professional at Lake Hefner Golf Course in Oklahoma City.
Boyd’s year included four top-five finishes in the point earning events. He won the SCPGA Match Play Championship, tied for second in the SCPGA Professional Championship, took third in the SCPGA Section Championship and second in the Eastern Oklahoma Chapter Championship. Boyd was also successful in making the first cut in the 2015 PGA Professional National Championship.
Tracy Phillips, director of instruction at Cedar Ridge Country Club in Broken Arrow, is again the OMEGA SCPGA Senior Player of the Year. Phillips’ year included three top-three finishes in the point earning events. He finished first in the SCPGA Senior Match Play Championship, Hall of Fame Championship & Senior Professional Championship, and tied for third in the SCPGA Senior Section Championship.
Jim Young of River Oaks Golf Club in Edmond captured the 2015 OMEGA South Central PGA Assistant Player of the Year Award. Young’s year included four top-five finishes in the point earning events. He finished tied for fifth in the SCPGA Assistant Match Play Championship, won the SCPGA Assistant Cup Matches and Assistant Association Championship and took fourth at the SCPGA Assistant Championship.
Trent Rommann, assistant professional at Crestview Country Club in Wichita, won the Eleanor Drew Stroke Play Average Award with a stroke average of 70.4 for five rounds.