Jane Frost to be Inducted into the LPGA Teaching and Club Professionals Hall of Fame
Frost and fellow teaching professional Lynn Stellman represent the Hall of Fame class of 2018
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Nov. 21, 2018 – Jane Frost, a long-time member of the LPGA Teaching & Club Professionals (T&CP) who has coached LPGA Tour legends such as Jane Blalock, Nancy Lopez, Sandra Haynie and Pat Bradley, has been elevated into elite company as a 2018 inductee to the LPGA T&CP Hall of Fame.
Frost, who earlier this month was honored as the recipient of the 2018 Ellen Griffin Rolex Award, joins fellow LPGA T&CP member Lynn Stellman in this year's Hall of Fame class. They will both be inducted at the 2019 LPGA Teaching and Coaching Summit, at a time and place yet to be determined. The T&CP Hall of Fame, established in 2000, is the highest honor given to teaching and club professional members for extraordinary membership service and leadership while contributing to the game of golf and the golf industry.
"I am incredibly honored to receive the Call to the Hall and thank the committee for their belief and support of my contributions to the LPGA T&CP and to the golf industry," said Frost. "It is validation that I have made a difference along the way and to be recognized by your peers with this high honor is simply astonishing.
The Belmont Stakes
Lawrence Navigates Bermuda for Goslings International Invitational Title
After a more than blustery week on the island of Bermuda, come Friday the Professional and Amateur competitors at the Goslings International Invitational were dealing with winds and fried nerves in addition to the challenging golf course at Belmont Hills, which would host the final two rounds of the 52nd playing of this premiere Championship. Thirty-Five Professionals and sixty-five amateurs took aim at titles across six divisions, with $70,000 in Professional purse up for grabs, in addition to prizes, medals and a place in Goslings history for the top finishers in each division.
The Professional division was a tightly contested affair, and with three players under par following the first round at Port Royal, it was anyone’s game at Belmont. The tightly woven 6,000-yard course packs a punch, with trouble lurking at every turn meaning anything could happen over 36-holes. Leader David Lawrence from Moline, IL was in the drivers seat, but two seasoned veterans were giving chase as PH Horgan (Newport, RI) and Mathias Gronberg (West Palm Becach, FL) sat one shot back.