Six Superintendents Inducted in Golf Halls of Fame

     Robert Frase, Joseph A. Kennedy Jr., Stan Kogut, Lawrence Powell, William Rohret and Mark Wilson have been added to the rosters of local and national golf halls of fame. "It's wonderful to see superintendents garnering recognition for all they do for the game and their communities," GCSAA CEO Rhett Evans said. "We congratulate Bob, Joe, Larry, Bill and Mark, as well as Stan's family, for all they achieved. They were inducted alongside Tour professionals, Olympians and renowned college coaches, and being in that company proves the impact these gentlemen have had in the world of golf."

     "The superintendent is often in the background, so to be recognized is a big honor," said Robert Frase, who began his career as a superintendent and later became the owner and operator of Sable Cree Golf Course. "It was totally unexpected, but this game is something I have put my heart into for a lot of years."

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