Boyd, Phillips snare PGA section Player of Year awards

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Michael Boyd, PGA Director of Golf at The Club at Indian Springs in Broken Arrow, has captured the 2014 Summit Brands SCPGA Player of the Year Award and SCPGA Eleanor Drew Stroke Play Average Award. This is Boyd’s first Player of the Year Award and Stroke Play Average Award.

Boyd accumulated a 1,150-point total to capture the 2014 Summit Brands SCPGA Player of the Year title by a narrow 52.5-point margin over Mark Fuller, the director of golf at Surrey Hills Golf Club in Yukon.

Boyd’s year included four top-five finishes in the point earning events. He finished T-5th in the SCPGA Match Play Championship. He then completed the season with victories in the SCPGA Professional Championship, Eastern Oklahoma Chapter Championship and SCPGA Section Championship.

Boyd also captured the 2014 SCPGA Eleanor Drew Stroke Play Average Award with a stroke average of 70.16. He shot four sub-par rounds in the three individual stroke-play majors, carding two eagles and 24 birdies. The SCPGA Eleanor Drew Stroke Play Average Award requires a minimum of four rounds in the three major individual stroke play events.  The three events are the SCPGA Professional Championship, Chapter Championship and Section Championship.

PHILLIPS CAPTURES SENIOR PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD
Tracy Phillips, PGA Director of Instruction at Cedar Ridge Country Club in Broken Arrow, captured the 2014 Summit Brands SCPGA Senior Player of the Year Award.

Phillips had one of the best seasons of his professional career. He qualified for the 2014 Senior PGA Championship, made the cut and finished tied T-71st. He followed that performance with victories in the SCPGA Senior Professional Championship and Hall of Fame Championship, and third place finishes in both the Eastern Oklahoma Chapter Championship and the SCPGA Senior Section Championship.

Phillips finished the year in style by making the cut and finishing in the top 35 of the 2014 Senior PGA Professional Championship, thus securing a spot in the 2015 Senior PGA Championship.

ROMMANN CAPTURES ASSISTANT PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD
Trent Rommann, PGA Assistant Professional at Crestview Country Club in Wichita, Kansas captured the 2014 Summit Brands SCPGA Assistant Player of the Year Award. Rommann’s year included four top-five finishes in the point earning events. He finished second in the SCPGA Assistant Match Play Championship and SCPGA Assistant Cup Matches.  He placed fourth at the SCPGA Assistant Association Championship and third in the SCPGA Assistants Championship.

 

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