BOYLSTON, Mass. — Jason Malcolm of Nashua Country Club headlines the list of 2022 New Hampshire Chapter Award Winners as the recipient of the Golf Professional of the Year.

Malcolm, who just completed his 5th season as Head Professional at Nashua CC, is a native of Wrentham, Mass. He graduated from Bryant College in 2001 with a degree in Business Administration and was elected to PGA membership in 2008. Prior to Nashua CC, Malcolm served as Head Professional for three seasons at Dublin Lake Club and has also spent time as the First Assistant – Winchester CC, Head Golf Professional Old Marsh GC (FL), First Assistant – Whitinsville CC, and Assistant Golf Professional – Franklin Country Club.

Malcolm has also had a decorated playing career. He was a two time All New England Player at Bryant College and participated in the 2001 NCAA National Championship. He has enjoyed success at the professional level, qualifying for the 2014 Massachusetts Open, finishing runner up in the 2016 New Hampshire Player of the Year Standings, as well as finishing 19th in the 2016 New England Section Championship.

In addition to his duties at Nashua CC, Jason also serves as the Head Women’s Golf Coach at Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass.

Malcolm is one of six individuals to earn recognition for their service and dedication to their profession as the New Hampshire Chapter announced its full slate of 2022 award winners. The Chapter looks forward to celebrating these recipients during the Spring Meeting on April 14th at Intervale Country Club.

The complete list of the six individuals recognized as 2022 New Hampshire Chapter Award Winners includes:

New Hampshire Chapter Award winners are selected through a thorough process. Nominees are submitted to the Chapter Awards Committee and Board of Directors by a fellow PGA member. Nominees then complete their award application, and the Awards Committee carefully reviews each application before making its recommendations to the New Hampshire Chapter Board of Directors.