Bill Strausbaugh Award - Clem King, PGA

Country Club of Lexington

Clem King, PGA – Country Club of Lexington

Clem King, PGA, General Manager at Country Club of Lexington, has won the 2018 Bill Strausbaugh Award for making significant contributions through ongoing mentorship. King has been a PGA Professional for 36 years and a General Manager for half that time. His training under John Snyder at Farmington Country Club fueled his belief on the importance of properly educating and supporting the players on your team in order to help them develop while preparing them for future opportunities. King takes pride in his integrity, loyalty, and dedication to his staff and members at CC of Lexington. The 2010 Golf Professional of the Year has held up his high level of respect amongst his peers, having made a significant impact on over a dozen professionals throughout his years as a PGA Professional.

This award is presented to a PGA member, who by his/her day-to-day efforts has made significant contributions through mentoring of PGA Professionals and impacting their careers. The award also considers the integrity and character of the PGA member, service to the Section, and involvement in community and charitable activities.