FIRST US PROMINIGOLF ASSOCIATION
HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE
BOBBY WARD – BEECH ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA
Bobby Ward is the 2014 FIRST ever inductee into the Prestigious US ProMiniGolf Hall of Fame. Bobby will be inducted into the hall during the “Night of the Masters” October 18, 2014 at Crocodile Rocks, Myrtle Beach, SC.
Bobby Ward has played on the miniature golf Tour for many years and is one of the best to ever pick up a putter. Bobby Ward won many National Tournaments, including the 1991 Commissioners Cup in Fayetteville, N.C., the Master’s National Championship in 1997, and the U.S. Open in 1998 and 2001 in Myrtle Beach, S.C. at Hawaiian Rumble. Bobby Ward was a member of Team USA in 2001 and played for the United States in Vaasa, Finland. Bobby Ward has played on television and has won in excess of thirty thousand dollars. Bobby Ward has won many national, regional, and state tournaments against the best pro players around the World including Greg Ward, Jay Klapper, Randy Orr, Andy Corrandini, Lewis Burton, Gary English, and among others. Bobby Ward is one of the main reasons the US ProMiniGolf Tour has prospered and grown to the PRETIOUS and ENVIABLE position that it has become today. Thanks to Bobby’s recruiting of other players, spreading the fine word, and about what a GREAT Tour the US ProMiniGolf has become, the membership has grown from the United States to Worldwide FIRST CLASS events. Thank you Bobby Ward, you have set a GREAT example for all the USPMGA Hall of Fame Inductees that will follow you into the Hall.