The National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) will draft John Crooks, Women’s golf trainer at Campbell University and Leta Lindley and Michele Redman into the NGCA Hall of Fame at their forthcoming Hall of Fame Induction Banquet to be held Tuesday, January 10, 2006, in Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
Law breakers turns into the 39th individual from the Coaches Hall of Fame and Lindley and Redman become the 47th and 48th individuals from the Players Hall of Fame. The acceptance function, with emcee Kay Cockerill of The Golf Channel, will occur during the 2006 NGCA Member Convention at the Caesar’s Tahoe Hotel.
Presently in his fifteenth year responsible for the ladies’ program at Campbell University, Crooks is one of the top university golf trainers in the country. During his residency, Crooks has driven the ladies’ group to eight meeting titles and 11 NCAA Regional appearances. He directed the Lady Camels to three-sequential Atlantic Sun Conference titles from 1996-98 and again in 2001, ’02 and ’04.
Law breakers has been named meeting mentor of the year multiple times for either the men’s or alternately ladies’ program over the most recent 15 years. He was named Atlantic Sun Women’s Golf Coach of the Year for the second-consecutive season in 2002 and again in ’04. His ladies’ groups have won 49 competitions.
Entering the 2005-06 season Crooks positions second among all dynamic Division I ladies’ mentors in competition triumphs with 49, following just Dan Brooks of Duke (89). His ladies have won a competition in each of the 14 years wherein he has filled in as lead trainer. Mentor Crooks has guided 98 golf players to all-meeting respects during his residency and 100 people to every single scholarly respect. คาสิโนมาแรง In lates, Crooks’ ladies procured an at-large berth to the NCAA East Regional and completed eleventh, its best appearance beginning around 1997. The group won four competitions, the program’s most in five years.
A local of Winston-Salem, N.C., and a Buies Creek inhabitant Crooks played at the University of Houston under unbelievable mentor Dave Williams. He is a previous USGA Junior Amateur Champion who contends consistently in significant state and public novice titles. He won the 2001 North and South Senior Amateur Championship by five strokes in the wake of checking a 73-72-71- – 216 at Pinehurst Nos. 8, 5 and 2.