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Michigan Golf Hall of Fame Inducts COB Alum

March 19, 2015

 

College of Business alumni Scott Hebert and David Kendall will be inducted into the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame on Sunday, June 7. Two additional inductees, Greg Davies and Kelly Robbins, will bring the total of members to 109.

Scott Hebert, a 1992 graduate of Ferris, has a total of six Michigan Open Golf championships. His total ties him with Al Watrous, who was inducted into the hall in 1982. Hebert has won on the Hooters Tour twice and at the state championship six times. He won the 2008 PGA Professional National Championship, the top prize for club professionals. Hebert heads the Traverse City Golf and Country Club.

David Kendall, a graduate in the inaugural class of 1980, was the first Ferris alumni to head the Cadillac Country Club. Kendall moved to Ypsilanti and created the Kendall Academy at Miles Golf. Students from his school have won junior, high school, state, and club championships; his college-level students have gone on to professional tours. He was named Michigan PGA Teacher of the Year twice, and has been inducted into the Michigan PGA Section Hall of Fame in 2013.

Learn more about the 2015 Hall of Fame Inductees.

 

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