Ontario Golf Hall of Fame member Herb Page has been named as an International team coach for the Arnold Palmer Cup, a Ryder Cup format collegiate event against the United States next July in Evian-les-Bains, France.
Page will join Stanford’s Anne Walker on the International team, which will also consist of 12 men and 12 women. It will be the first time an International team is included instead of a European team.
Page is entering his 40th season at Kent State in Ohio. He has led Kent State to 21 Mid-American Conference titles and receiveded 22 MAC Coach of the Year awards.
Page has led Kent State to 28 NCAA regional appearances and advanced to the NCAA Championship 18 times. The Flashes have made an appearance at Nationals in five of eight seasons from 2010 to 2017.
In 2017, Kent State set a new program record for scoring average at 285.56 and recorded 687 birdies and 29 eagles, the best numbers ever at the school.
Also a member of the Northern Ohio Golf Association and Northern Ohio PGA Halls of Fame, as well as the Golf Coaches Association of America Halls of Fame, he was inducted into the Ontario Golf Hall of Fame in 2012.