The Tennessee Golf Foundation
is proud to announce the
David Gossett & Shaun Micheel
Tennessee Golf Hall of Fame
on February 8th, 2022
at Ridgeway Country Club
Shaun Micheel and David Gossett, both of Memphis, will become the 52nd and 53rd members of the Hall of Fame.
Micheel attended Christian Brothers High School and later played for Indiana University.
Micheel was an All-American at Indiana University, and won the 2003 PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club. He began playing on the PGA Champions Tour in 2019.
Gossett attended Germantown High School and later starred at the University of Texas, where he was a two-time All-American and the 1999 Big 12 Student-Athlete of the Year.
Gossett won the 1999 U.S. Amateur championship at Pebble Beach Golf Links, 9&8 over Kim Sung-yoon. He played in the 2000 U.S. Open at the same course.
Gossett went on to become a PGA Tour winner as he claimed the 2001 John Deere Classic title.
R. BRAD MARTIN FAMILY FOUNDATION
for their support of the Hall of Fame dinner!
Proceeds of the Hall of Fame dinner will support First Tee of Memphis and the youth programs in the West Tennessee area.
You can help by purchasing a "CHAMPIONS" table for $5,000. Your table with eight (8) guests will be placed in a premium location and recognition will be given in the program.
R. Brad Martin Family Foundation
Dave North, Sedgwick
First Horizon Bank
Gerber | Taylor
Loren Roberts & Family
Pinnacle Financial Partners
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