GAP soliciting DSA nominees
GAP is seeking nominations for its Distinguished Service Award (DSA).
The DSA is presented to individuals from any golf related disciplines who
have exemplified the spirit of the game at its highest level and who
have made a substantial contribution to the game at the
Philadelphia, national or international level.
2017 Tony Maginnis, Whitemarsh Valley CC (pictured)
2014 Bob Fitzgerald, Sandy Run CC
2012 Kelly Gutshall, Indian Valley CC
2011 John MacDonald, Impact Services
2010 James Finegan, Sr., Philadelphia CC
2009 Bruce Parkinson, St. Davids GC
2008 William T. Walsh, Philadelphia CC
2007 Stan Friedman, Bala GC
2006 Victor Mauck, Jr., St. Davids GC
Direct questions to
Martin D. Emeno, Jr. at
610-687-2340, ext. 27 or
via email at email@example.com.
Lindsay Myers joined the GAP staff in February as the Director of Development for
the J. Wood Platt Caddie Scholarship Trust.
In this newly created position, Myers,
49, of Coatesville, Pa., will focus on growing financial support and strengthening
donor engagement for the Trust, which
has provided more than $22 million in
scholarships to deserving caddies since its
inception in 1958.
Myers has more than 25 years’ experience in nonprofit development and marketing, and arrives from the
Coatesville Youth Initiative, which provides high school youth with intensive leadership development training.
“This background has reinforced the idea that youth benefit expo-
nentially from interaction with adults in which communication skills are
strengthened and determination and hard work are rewarded,” Myers
said. “The caddie experience checks all of those
boxes, and I’m incredibly honored and excited
to be in a position to help steward such an im-
Added Tina Gregor, Platt Chairwoman, “The Trust
is thrilled to have Lindsay join our team. Her genuine
connection to our mission was evident immediately. We welcome her
experience and knowledge and trust that her efforts will serve our Platt
Scholars achieve their potential.”
In her spare time, Myers can be found at her home course, Coates-
ville Country Club, where she served as the Junior golf chair for many
years. Her son, D.J., is a junior at Temple University and her daughter,
Hannah, will be a freshman at St. John’s University this fall. Her hus-
band Don (a 15-year caddie at Oakland Hills Country Club in Michigan)
is an attorney in Philadelphia and their three dogs can often be heard
barking from the second hole at Coatesville when an errant ball finds
its way into their yard.
Myers named J. Wood Platt Director of Development