SIXTH US PROMINIGOLF ASSOCIATION
HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE
GEORGE MCLEOD-GRAND RIVERS, KENTUCKY
Playing professional miniature golf since 1994, George McLeod of Grand Rivers, Kentucky made quite a name for himself on the United States ProMiniGolf Tour. McLeod is being recognized as the 6th inductee into the US ProMiniGolf’s Hall of Fame during the Night at the Master’s October 15, 2016. McLeod, one of eleven players in the first Master’s in 1997 at Hawaiian Rumble in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. McLeod has traveled over 50,000 miles and was a big promoter of USPMGA during his minigolf career. Some of McLeod’s stops along the way include Grand Rivers tournaments, finishing second in the California Open where he also took first in the Senior division, third place in the Sedona, Arizona Championship in 2003, and first place in the 2003 American Cup Championship. McLeod has also won the Master’s senior division, US Open senior divisions, and also won the Maine State Dolphin Open in Boothbay, Maine.
McLeod has won the sportsmanship award many times and always has set very high standards for how a USPMGA Pro MIniGolfer should conduct themselves on and off the course. McLeod retired in 2016, but will never be forgotten, McLeod made an impact that will last forever.