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The Grayhawk Golf Club family is very proud to announce Megan Scholl as the 2022 Southwest PGA Assistant Golf Professional of the Year. Her first recognition as a member of the Southwest PGA, Scholl’s ability to inspire fellow professionals and her promotion of golf and service to the PGA tipped the scales in her favor.

“It’s a huge honor and awesome feeling to be named the Southwest PGA Assistant Golf Professional of the Year,” Scholl said. “It means so much to be recognized by my fellow PGA Members, the Grayhawk team and my family and friends. I will forever cherish this honor and feel so grateful for all of the opportunities I have had through Grayhawk Golf Club and the Southwest PGA Section.”

Scholl went on to say that Grayhawk made a “huge impact” on her career, and she owes a “big thank you” to those who supported her time at the club.

Scholl is a graduate of the PGA Professional Golf Management program at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, where she was a member of the women’s golf team. Following graduation in 2020, she was elected to membership in the PGA of America.

Scholl began her career in golf as an assistant golf professional at Pinehurst Country Club in Denver with additional stops at Colorado Springs Country Club and Cherokee Ridge Golf Course before landing her current position at Grayhawk. She credits the day-to-day operations in the golf shop for her development, learning the importance of positive customer relations along the way. Those experiences led to a pivot to the retail operation and promotion to retail manager.

Outside of operations, Scholl has played a large role in Grayhawk’s junior golf program. She coached PGA Junior League, PING Junior Interclub and runs weekly junior camps.

In addition to her responsibilities at Grayhawk, Scholl served as a district director for the past two years for the Southwest PGA Junior Prep Tour. She volunteers on three committees with the Southwest PGA:  Diversity and Inclusion, Social and Sponsorship Appreciation and Junior Golf.

Congratulations, Megan!