Sept. 22, 2004
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University of Iowa Head Men’s Golf Coach Terry Anderson was today named the 2004 PGA Golf Professional of the Year for the Iowa PGA Section.
Anderson, a 10-year member of the PGA of America has served the Iowa Section PGA and Finkbine Golf Course since 1991. Under Anderson, the Hawkeyes have produced 21 academic all-Big Ten selections, five all-American scholars, two all-Big Ten selections, two members of the all-District IV golf team and one all-American. In 1995, Anderson’s Iowa team qualified for the NCAA Championships for the first time since 1960. The Hawkeyes finished 26th.
The St. Cloud, MN, native will be honored at the 2004 Iowa Section PGA Awards luncheon on November 2, at the Marriott Hotel and Convention Center in Cedar Rapids.
The PGA Golf Professional of the Year Award is the highest honor paid to a PGA Professional. The honoree is chosen based on his or her outstanding leadership abilities, exceptional performance as a PGA Professional and distinguished service to the Association and to the game of golf.