England (Midlands) Region
01 Feb 18
Excellence on the course, range and dance floor resulted in four Lincolnshire pros being presented with awards during the county's annual members' meeting.
Three were on offer and Adam Keogh (above left) collected one as a result of his performances in what was clearly a year to remember.
Having topped the Midland Region’s Order of Merit to end Matt Cort’s four years of domination, Keogh has been named Lincolnshire’s PGA Professional of the Year.
In addition to his all-conquering displays on the course, 2017 saw Keogh appointed head pro within months of completing his PGA training.
To commemorate his achievement Keogh was presented with a trophy donated by former county chairman and one of golf’s foremost trick shot artists, David Edwards.
The awards were made for the first time and presented by county captain, Sleaford Golf Club’s Nigel Pearce.
Coach of the year went to Stuart Brewer (second left, above), the head PGA Professional at Holme Hall Golf Club who has coached players of varying abilities from Ladies European Tour members to beginners.
Meanwhile, attending dance classes paid off for Holme Hall’s Paul and Emilee Bradshaw (third and fourth right, above).
The pair won the Charity Award by putting their best feet forward in a fundraising event in Scunthorpe.
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