The Connecticut Section PGA announced the 2020 Special Award Recipients. “This is an incredible group of PGA Professionals who have excelled in the professional and are truly deserving of our recognition,” said Howie Friday, President of the Connecticut Section.
Headlining the list of honorees is Ian Marshall who has been named the Golf Professional of the Year, the 62nd professional so named to this highest honor. Marshall oversees IamGolf and also serves as golf coach and instructor with Northeast Performance Institute. He currently is the Honorary President of the Section having served all the offices of Secretary, Vice President, and President. Presently, he is a member of the PGA of America Board of Directors, representing District 1 and the Connecticut, New England, and Northeastern New York PGA Sections.
In addition to the professional award recipients, The Tradition at Oak Lane was named the public golf course of the year and will received the Walter Lowell Distinguished Service Public Golf Course Award.
The honorees will receive their awards and recognition in a Special Awards Ceremony on Saturday, October 3 at Tumble Brook Country Club in Bloomfield, Conn.