Idle Hour Club Pro Named Professional of the Year

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Ray Cutright

PGA Master Professional, Ray Cutright, in his 21st season at Macon, Georgia’s private Idle Hour Club, has been named the recipient of the 2014 PGA Professional of the Year, the highest annual honor bestowed upon a PGA of America Professional.

Mr. Cutright, a resident of Macon and 63 years old, heads the 2014 national awards class that will be honored in a special ceremony Thursday, November 20th at the 98th PGA Annual Meeting in Indianapolis. Idle Hour Golf Club is celebrating its centennial and its storied history of being Macon’s premier private golf club with a lovely formal English Tudor clubhouse, tennis, swimming pool and a challenging 6500 yard championship golf course with bent grass greens for its distinguished members including business and social leaders from around Macon.

“The Talent, passion and skill of this year’s national award class reflects what all PGA Professionals strive to deliver on a daily basis in their respective facilities nationwide,” said Ted Bishop, President of the PGA of America. “Our award recipients are PGA Professionals who make a difference in
people’s lives. We are proud that they are now the toast of our industry.”

Ray Cutright is the 60th winner of the PGA Professional of the Year Award and the third member of the Georgia PGA Section to receive the honor. Congratulations Ray from

Dave Daubert

Lehigh University graduate, Procter & Gamble retired. Previously a Managing Editor and Feature Writer for a regional golf monthly magazine for 11 years. Married to wife Carol and residing in Solivita, an active adult community in Central Florida

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