2018 POSTHUMOUS HONOREES
2017 POSTHUMOUS HONOREES
2016 POSTHUMOUS HONOREES
2015 POSTHUMOUS HONOREES
2003 HONOREES: JULIUS BOROS & WILLIAM CAMPBELL
Julius Boros won 18 professional tour events and three major championships – the 1952 and 1963 U.S. Opens and the 1968 PGA Championship. He was named PGA Player of the Year in 1952 and 1953, was the TOUR’s leading money winner in 1952 and 1955, and
represented the United States on four Ryder Cup teams.Boros’ 1963 U.S. Open win at Brookline at the age of 43 made him the oldest winner of that event. With his 1968 PGA Championship, Boros became the oldest winner of any of the major championships. Boros won the 1977 PGA Seniors’ Championship and played an integral role in launching the Senior PGA TOUR.
Bill Campbell, one of America’s most celebrated amateur golfers, won 30 tournaments in his career, including the North and South Amateur four times, the 1964 U.S. Amateur Championship, and the 1979 and 1980 U.S. Senior Amateur Championships. As a member of eight U.S. Walker Cup Teams, Campbell never lost a singles match, and he served as captain of the team in 1955. In
1956, the United States Golf Association awarded him the Bob Jones Award. Campbell was USGA president in 1982 and 1983. In 1987, he was captain of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club, becoming
the first American to head both of golf’s major governing bodies, the
USGA and R&A.