The Canadian Golf Superintendents Association announced its 2010 award winners at its annual Fall Field Day in Banff, Alta., on Monday.
Dean Piller of the Cordova Bay Golf Course in Victoria was named Superintendent of the Year, while Adam Graham, an irrigation technician/foreman at Predator Ridge in Vernon, B.C. was named Future Superintendent of the Year.
Ashley LeGeyt, a retired and life member of the CGSA, was the recipient of the John B. Steel Award for outstanding contribution to the advancement of golf course superintendents.
The CGSA also announced the winner of the President’s Scholarship Award, a post-secondary award to recognize the scholastic accomplishments of students who are children or grandchildren of a CGSA member and are enrolled in the first year of a full-time, post-secondary education program.
The 2010 recipient is Michael Kupchanko, son of Mike Kupchanko of the Wascana Country Club in Regina, who will be taking Kinesiology and Health Studies at the University of Regina.
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