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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE


Janene Guzowski
President
Frost Creek & Lakewood

Bio

Kent Moore
Vice President
Cherry Hills CC

Bio

Gary Albrect
Vice President
Ballyneal GC

Bio

Lucius Ashby
Treasurer
CommonGround GC

Bio

Dana Murray
Secretary
LPGA AGA

Bio

Ed Timmons
Legal Counsel
Denver CC

Bio

Juliet Miner
Past President
GC at Bear Dance

Bio


BOARD MEMBERS

Lyn Bullen
Bookcliff CC

Bio

Elizabeth Carter
CommonGround GC

Bio

Jason Doyle
Kissing Camels

Bio

Bill Fowler
Club at Rolling Hills

Bio

Tom Gysin
Lakewood CC

Bio

Jim Hollingsworth
Dalton Ranch GC

Bio

Jeff Howard
CommonGround GC

Bio

Arnold Hoy
Colorado GC

Bio

Doak Jacoway
Cherry Hills CC

Bio

Phyllis Jensen
Riverdale GC

Bio

Lance Johnson
Walnut Creek

Bio

Judy Maillis
Broken Tee GC

Bio

Kathy Malpass
Hiwan GC

Bio

Tom Markham
Valley CC

Bio

Chris McClain
ClubCorp

Bio

Robert Polk
Colorado GC

Bio

Sandy Schnitzer
Riverdale GC

Bio

Michael W. Schultz
Deer Creek GC

Bio

Laurie Steenrod
Saddle Rock GC

Bio

Jeanne Surbrugg
CommonGround GC

Bio

Amy Turner
Ridge at Castle Pines North

Bio

M’lis Ward
Wellshire GC

Bio

Bob Webster
Boulder CC

Bio

Brad Wiesley
Indian Peaks GC

Bio

Jeanne Surbrugg
CommonGround GC

Bio

Frank Wilkinson
Tiara Rado GC

Bio

Greg With
Ptarmigan CC

Bio

Bill Woodward
Cherry Hills CC

Bio

Mary Woulfe
Aspen GC

Bio

Tracy Zabel
CommonGround GC

Bio

EMERITUS
Bill Adams – Pueblo CC
“Fuzzy” Aubert – Tiara Rado GC
Spike Baker –Fort Collins CC
Mike Boster – Fox Hollow GC
Joe Bourland – Boulder CC
M.H. “Sonny” Brinkerhoff – Cherry Hills CC
Dick Campbell – Denver CC
Ron Chase – CommonGround GC
John Dukes – Kennedy GC
Jack Dunlap – Eisenhower GC
Karl Eitel – The Broadmoor GC
Rob Foss – Columbine CC
Les Fowler – Boulder CC
John Gardner II – Lakewood CC
Jim Gwinn – Eisenhower GC
Jerre Hause – Pinehurst CC
Bill Hewit – Cherry Hills CC
Will James – Lakewood CC
Frank Jasper – Lakewood CC
Charles Keller – Lakewood CC
Bob Kirchner – Cherry Hills CC
Mike Knode – Tiara Rado GC
Phil Lane – The Broadmoor GC
Kevin Laura – Green Valley Ranch GC
Tom Lawrence – Lakewood CC
Dennis Lyon – Aurora Hills GC
Jim Magette – The Meadows GC
M.J. Mastalir – Denver CC
Homer McClintock – Cherry Hills CC
Tom Messinger – The Broadmoor GC
Gene Nehr – Cherry Hills CC
O.W. “Red” Nelson – The Club at Rolling Hills
Will F. Nicholson, Jr. – Castle Pines GC
Buddy Noel – Saddlerock GC
Rick Polmear – Cherry Hills CC
Gary Potter – Denver CC
Tom Reed – The Ranch CC
Ben Reiff – Green Gables CC
Joe Salvo – The Broadmoor GC
Tom Sandler – Bear Creek GC
Chuck Schroer – Pinehurst CC
Stan Smazal – Cherry Hills CC
Bill Waggener – Denver CC
Larry Wall – Eaton CC
Lew Westbrook – The Club at Rolling Hills
Nancy Wilson – Indian Tree
PAST PRESIDENTS
CGACWGA
Joe McCleary – 2016-2018
Juliet Miner – 2018-2018
Phil Lane – 2014-2015
Tom Lawrence – 2012-2013
Jim Magette – 2010-2011
Bill Fowler – 2008-2009
Kevin Laura – 2006-2007
Jerre Hause – 2004-2005
Dennis Lyon – 2002-2003
Rick Polmear – 2000-2001
M.J. Mastalir – 1997-1999
Les Fowler – 1995-1996
Lew Westbrook – 1992-1994
John Gardner II – 1990-1991
Tom Sandler – 1988-1989
Tom Reed – 1986-1987
Warren Simmons – 1982-1985
Bill Waggener – 1980-1981
M.H. “Sonny” Brinkerhoff – 1978-1979
Frank Jasper – 1976-1977
Mark Schreiber – 1975-1975
Dick Campbell – 1961-1972
Juliet Miner – 2016-2017
Joanie Ott – 2014-2015
Kathryn Davis – 2012-2013
Joanne Braucht – 2010-2011
Peggy Milford – 2008-2009
Pat Kuntz – 2006-2007
Marti Alter – 2004-2005
Jan McGee – 2002-2003
Debra Jensen – 2001
Jeanne Peery – 2000
Virginia Love – 1999
Kathy Roady – 1997-1998
Sandy Emrick – 1996
Bev Hartman – 1995
Carol Stott – 1994
Nancy White – 1993
Hannah Bolster – 1992
MaryLee Brown – 1990-1991
SallyLou Schultz – 1989
M.L. Reinhardt – 1987-1988
Judy Larson – 1986
Sharon Kroner – 1984-1985
Cherry Laughlin – 1983
Susie Noel – 1982
Jan Ford – 1980 – 1981
Robin Bartlett – 1979
Norma Oakes Heon – 1977-1978
Ruby Nelson – 1976
Judy Settle – 1975
Ellie Patterson – 1974
Margaret Wyers – 1973
Janet O’Donnell – 1972
Fran Shallenberger – 1971
Ida Hanson – 1970
Mrs. Lawrence Mack – 1969
Mrs. E. A. Polumbus, Jr. – 1968
Mrs. George Innis – 1967
Mrs. Dennis Pike – 1966
Mrs. Sam Sugarman – 1965
Mrs. Robert O’Donnell – 1964
Mrs. W. H. Droegemueller – 1963
Mrs. Sam Sugarman – 1962
Mrs. Gale Neiswanger – 1961
Mrs. Edwin Glick – 1960
Mrs. John Scripps – 1959
Mrs. Dan Thornton – 1958
Mrs. O. G. Valentine – 1957
Mrs. Dale Ballard – 1956
Mrs. George Weisbart – 1955
Mrs. Alice L. Call – 1954
Mrs. Ralph R. Arnold – 1953
Mrs. A. C. Kline – 1952
Mrs. Sam Sigman – 1951
Mrs. B. C. Essig – 1950
Mrs. Earl Allen – 1949
Mrs. C. O. Voigt – 1948
Mrs. Bruce Bigelow – 1946-1947
Mrs. W. C. Benton – 1945
Mrs. Clay Hutchinson – 1943-1944
Mrs. J. W. Heidemann – 1942
Mrs. W. H. McLeod – 1940-1941
Mrs. Morton Fleming – 1939
Mrs. L. M. Van Meter – 1936-1938
Mrs. Clark Russell – 1934-1935
Mrs. L. D. Bromfield – 1932-1933
Mrs. Robert Rice – 1931
Mrs. Joe Kinney – 1930
Mrs. F. B. Shaw – 1929
Mrs. Robert Rice – 1927-1928
Mrs. O. H. Shoup, Jr. – 1926
Mrs. N. C. Morris – 1925
Miss Ruth Loughridge – 1924
Mrs. J. M. Ginrich – 1923
Mrs. W. A. Perkins – 1922
Miss Fannie Campbell – 1920-1921
Mrs. W. A. Perkins – 1919
Miss Margaret Fertig – 1918
Mrs. Lafayette Hughes – 1917
Mrs. Olyn M. Hemming – 1916


Janene Guzowski

Janene Guzowski was born and raised in El Paso, Texas. After graduating from Southern Methodist University in 1983 she moved to Colorado and after 33 years call Denver her home. She and her husband Alan have been members of Lakewood CC for 20 years and are also members of Frost Creek CC in Eagle Colorado. Janene fondly remembers many summers when she was a young teenager, traveling from Texas and fishing with her dad in Eagle. Becoming a member at Frost Creek feels like coming full circle from those special summers.

While at Lakewood CC, she became the first female to chair a committee, the Caddie Committee. She has either chaired or been involved with that Committee for the past 13 years. She was also President of the Ladies League for two years. In 2010 she became the first female in the state of Colorado to be on the Board of Directors of the Western Golf Association, the organization which funds the Evans Scholarship. She also serves on the board of the Colorado Golf Hall of Fame.

Kent Moore

Kent Moore has played competitive golf in Colorado since the early 1970's. Moore holds several state championship titles including the 1973 Colorado Golf Association (CGA) junior match play, the 1986 CGA Stroke Play, the 1989 CG Match Play, the 1995 CGA Mid-Amateur, 2006 Senior CGA Match Play as well as three state mixed titles with his wife Janet. Moore has been medalist in the CGA match play three times. He has played in 9 USGA events and been medalist in local qualifying three times. Moore has been in active in the Colorado business community. He is a former vice-president of Exeter Drilling Northern, and former co-founder and president of Caza Drilling. Moore also spent several years in the mutual fund business as analyst and portfolio manager for Janus Capital and senior analyst/portfolio manager for Marsico Capital. He is a board member of The Providence Network and an elder in his church. Kent is a member at Cherry Hills Country Club and is the former Tournament Chairman of the Colorado Open Championships.

Gary Albrecht

Gary was born and raised in Jackson, Minnesota. He graduated in 1978 from St. John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota where he played golf and threw the javelin. After teaching high school German and coaching football, golf and basketball, Gary enrolled in William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota, graduating in 1984. He moved to Denver in 1995. He is a commercial litigator and trial lawyer at The Law Office of Gary F. Albrecht, LLC. Gary is a scratch golfer and regularly competes in CGA senior events.

Lucius Ashby

Lucius has been a resident of Colorado since 1964. He has practiced as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) since 1969. Lucius is currently with Jackson, Ashby, Goldstine, PC.  Lucius has been involved in numerous community boards, events and activities during his professional career including, board member with Denver Kids and Denver Chamber of Commerce. He also participated in Leadership Denver Program. He is currently a member of the Denver Rotary (31), Treasurer for the Denver Rotary Foundation and actively involved in his Church, Colorado Christian Fellowship. Lucius and his wife Victoria have been married for 26 years and have a son, Armand, a daughter, Felecia and three grandchildren from deceased son, Wind Henderson.

Dana Murray

Dana Murray was born and raised in Denver, CO. She is a proud third generation Coloradan. She earned her undergraduate degree from The Colorado College, where she majored in American History and Political Science. She earned her law degree from the University of Denver, College of Law. After Law School, Dana served as a Deputy District Attorney and then as a County Court Judge for the Colorado Judicial Department for 28 years.

It wasn’t until later in her life that Dana came to the game of golf. She became a member of the EWGA as a beginning golfer, and remains a member today. Among the most important reasons that golf appeals to Dana are: The integrity of the game, the life lessons which are illustrated while playing, and the beauty of every golf course.

Now retired from the Bench, Dana chooses to offer her time to the game of golf on the Local and National level. In addition to serving on the CGA Board of Governors and acting as an On Course Official for Colorado Tournaments, Dana is also on the National Tournament Committee for the EWGA.

Ed Timmins

Ed graduated with honors from Harvard University in 1977, where he was a Harvard National Scholar, a member of the Harvard Crew team, the Harvard Varsity Club, the Harvard Crimson, and Phillips Brooks House. Ed then went onto the University of Michigan where he received his J.D. and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1980. While at Michigan he served as senior editor of the Michigan Law Review and was elected to the Order of the Coif. Ed was also President of the International Law Society and the editor of the Yearbook of International Legal Studies. Ed began his career as a law clerk for the Honorable Richard D. Cudahy of the United States Court of Appeals, for the Seventh Circuit, and then practiced as a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, and as an Assistant United States Attorney and Special Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Colorado. During Ed's tenure he received the U.S. Department of Justice Special Achievement Award, the United States Attorney General Commendation, and the United States Attorney Distinguished Service Award. Ed is the founder and attorney with the Denver, Colorado law firm of Timmins LLC. Ed's home course is Denver Country Club

Juliet Miner

Juliet Miner is a criminal defense attorney in Castle Rock. She lives with her husband Butch and two cats Percy and Oscar. Juliet graduated from the University of Iowa with degrees in Japanese, Library Science, and Law. Juliet served in the United States Army Reserve during law school. She moved to Colorado in 1983. Juliet is an avid golfer and regularly logs 100 plus rounds per year. She learned golf at age 14 from her father in Nevada, Iowa at Indian Creek Country Club, a local nine-hole course. In Colorado, she belonged to Perry Park Country Club, where she was the Club president 1992-1994. She also participated in the Ladies Group and was A team captain. She has belonged to Inverness, Patty Jewett, Wellshire, and is now a member at Bear Dance. She also belongs to the CSSWGA. The highlight of her golfing career was caddying for her pro Stephanie Martin on the Ladies European Tour (LET) in Italy and Germany. Her second favorite memory is waiting seven hours at the starter's shack in St. Andrews before she finally got out on the Old Course. Juliet believes that golf is a great way to network for business and life and has enjoyed all the opportunities it brings for friendship and camaraderie.

Lyn Bullen

Lyn Bullen was raised in Western Colorado on a ranch in the flat tops above Meeker. She taught skiing in the 80’s in Aspen and Crested Butte, then moved to Grand Junction and decided that golf was her new sport. She and her parents opened a golf store and soon after was playing in as many ladies clubs as possible.

Lyn and her husband Bubba are members at Bookcliff Counrty Club where she is currently serving her last year on the board. Lyn is also a past LGA president at Tiara Rado and Bookcliff Country Club. She joined the CWGA in 2013 and continues to be the Western Slope at Large representative.

Elizabeth Carter

Elizabeth Carter is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Colorado with 30 years of experience in municipal engineering specializing in water. She has lived in California and New Jersey and states in between, settling in Colorado in 1990. She graduated from Texas A&M University, College Station with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. She worked in consulting engineering for 21 years prior to moving to the public sector with the City of Aurora in 2007. In November of 2014, Elizabeth was promoted to Principal Engineer with Aurora Water.

Elizabeth served on the board of directors of the Rocky Mountain Section of the American Water Works Association from September 2005 through September 2013 and has held several board positions including Chair and Treasurer. Currently, she serves as Water Treatment Committee Chair providing high quality training opportunities for water operators in Colorado. She also serves as the Student Chapter Coordinator for seven universities in Wyoming, New Mexico, and Colorado. Outside of work and volunteering, she is passionate about the Colorado outdoors, especially hiking and improving her golf game. She lives in Highlands Ranch with her two teenage children, Aubrey and Derek.

Jason Doyle

Jason was born in Canton, OH and moved to Boca Raton, FL when he was 11. He didn't start playing golf until he was 15, but earned a spot on the Florida State University golf team his freshman year and competed on the team for four years from 1990-1994. He graduated with a Finance degree and entered the golf business working as an Assistant Golf Professional at various clubs including Southern Hills CC (Tulsa, OK), Adios Golf Club (Florida), and Hallbrook CC (Kansas City) and earned his PGA Class "A" Membership in 1998. After getting married in 2001, he left the golf industry and entered the business world also while starting the MBA program at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa. Jason, his wife Andie, and their two boys moved to Colorado Springs in the spring of 2011 and is now the President for UMB Bank in Colorado Springs. He currently serves on the boards for the First Tee of Colorado Springs; Peak Vista Community Health Systems; and Children's Literacy Center. He also is a panelist with Golf Digest Magazine.

Bill Fowler

Bill was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He attended Colorado State University and was a 4-year golf letter winner. Bill earned a degree in accounting from CSU and became a Certified Public Accountant in 1986. After college Bill spent 12 years in public accounting. From 1997 to April 2012 Bill was Chief Financial Officer of RBC Daniels, a media and telecommunications investment bank. In April 2012 Bill moved to the non-profit sector where he is currently Senior Vice President of the Grants Program at the Daniels Fund in Denver, Colorado. Bill has been a CGA volunteer since 1986. He has played in CGA events for over 30 years and won the CGA Mid-Amateur Championship in 1989 and was runner-up in 2003. Bill won the CGA Western Chapter Championship in 2005, and has been on two winning teams in the CGA Club Team Championship. He and his wife Kate and children Will (1993) and Kit (1996) reside in Lakewood. Bill is a member of both Rolling Hills Country Club and Bear Creek Golf Club.

Tom Gysin

Tom grew up in Evergreen, Colorado and has lived in Colorado since he was two years old. He graduated from Evergreen High School and attended the University of Colorado at Boulder. After College, Tom entered the business world when he started working at Chicago Title of Colorado. 19 years later he is still in the industry and now owns his own Agency in Lakewood, called Homestead Title. Tom has been married to his wife, Kim for 15 years and has two great kids, Adam -13 and Shannon age 10. Adam plays lots of sports, including golf, and Shannon is an avid gymnast, who competes regularly. Golf is Tom's passion but he also loves to ski and travel. He currently plays golf at Lakewood Country Club where he has been a member since 1998.

Jim Hollingsworth

Jim was born in LaGrande, Oregon but raised in Grand Junction. Although exposed to golf at an early age, he participated in all sports, with a special focus on baseball. He was a member of the NJCAA baseball world series committee from 1982-2000. The tournament has been held in Grand Junction since 1952. Jim has played competitive golf for our 30 years, and has won multiple titles including the Club Championship at Bookcliff Country Club and Dalton Ranch Golf Club in Durango. His professional background is in sales and marketing. He was sales manager for American Bag Corp in Grand Junction prior to moving with his family to Durango in 2000. He and his wife Cathy (Durango native) moved to Durango to assist her brother in the operations of the family business, Colorado Land Title (CLT). CLT has offices in Durango, Cortez, Pagosa Springs and Montrose. As a University of Colorado alumnus, Jim is a huge C.U. Buff fan. Both of his children, Brian ('87) and Kimbery ('90) attended C.U.

Jeff Howard

Jeff Howard currently serves as Managing Partner of the Gomez Howard Group, an integrated marketing and communications firm he runs with his wife Gerri. Howard is also an adjunct professor for MSU Denver teaching classes focused on sport governance and sport industry operations. In addition, Howard continues to speak on subjects relating to the Olympic Ideals and Values, and was selected as an advisor for a youth reporter program during the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada. Howard was also selected as a presenter for an international symposium on "Olympic Values in the 21st Century" prior to the 2012 London Olympic Games.

As a full-time sports administrator, Howard served six years at the University of Denver and more than two as Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Relations. Prior to his roles at the University of Denver, Howard served on the Communications Division leadership team and directed the Education and Outreach, Community Relations and Career Services departments at the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). Howard also previously served as Managing Director for Public and Media Relations at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), media relations assistant for the Denver Broncos and sports producer for KWGN-TV in Denver.

Howard received his bachelor's degree from Metropolitan State University of Denver and his master's degree from University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (Lyon, France) in sports management.

Arnold Hoy

Arnold was born in Pontiac, Michigan and relocated with his family to Colorado in 1978. He attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he earned a degree in business administration with an emphasis in accounting and graduated with honors in 1992. After graduation Arnold went to work for KPMG LLP, a public accounting firm, and was promoted to partner in 2003. He is a certified public accountant in Colorado and a member of The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Arnold has been playing golf since he was 4 years old and has started his 7 year old daughter playing golf. He has played in CGA events for over ten years. Arnold plays golf mainly at public courses, primarily CommonGround. Arnold, his wife Kimberly and daughter Mandy reside in Castle Rock.

Doak Jacoway

Doak Jacoway was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri in 1971 and a Masters degree in business from Southern Methodist University in 1975. He served as an officer in the U. S. Army from 1972-74. Since August of 1975, he has been a Financial Planning Consultant specializing in estate and investment planning. Currently, Doak is president of Jacoway Financial Corporation, a company he formed in April of 1987. Doak is married to Connie Jacoway and they have two grown children.

Doak has been active in civic affairs since coming to Denver in 1975 serving on such boards as the Denver Area Council of the Boy Scouts, the Denver Police Foundation, the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry, ARTREACH, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Denver Corporation, the Denver Arts Center Foundation, Colorado UpLIFT, the Metropolitan State College of Denver Foundation and Cherry Hills Country Club. Doak has also served on the advisory boards of U S Bank and Rose Community Foundation.

Doak was chairman of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce from 2001 2002 and the Denver Area Boy Scout Council from 2009-2011.

Phyllis Jensen

Phyllis was born in Boston, Massachusetts and is the oldest of six children. She came to Colorado in 1967 to attend the University of Denver where she graduated in 1969 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education. After teaching for a few years, she returned to D.U. and in 1975 earned a Master’s Degree in Physical Education. Still not finished with her formal education, Phyllis attended the University of Northern Colorado and in 1985 earned a Master’s Degree in Special Education. She continued teaching in the Denver Public Schools for 32 years and in 2002 retired from full time teaching. Still needing a “kid fix”, she worked part time at another elementary school in Denver as a technology resource person and finally retired in 2011.

The love of golf began when Phyllis was ten years old and her Dad bought her first set of golf clubs and lessons. Phyllis has had a passion for the game ever since! In 2010, she had major back surgery which has limited her golf game to just chipping and putting. In order to fuel her passion for golf, Phyllis has become more active in committee work. She had the privilege of serving three years on the Board of Trustees for the Colorado State Senior WGA and is currently serving on the CWGA Board of Directors as the Site Location Chair. Phyllis is looking forward to working with this talented group of women to ensure positive golf experiences for all our members.

Phyllis married her husband, Stan, in 1994. Stan is an avid golfer and hunter. They have had the opportunity to take many golf trips together and see some truly beautiful scenery. When she is not involved in golf related activities, Phyllis enjoys reading, playing bridge and being outdoors.

Lance Johnson

Lance is a Certified Golf Course Superintendent. He has worked for the City of Westminster for the past 21 years and is currently the Recreation Facilities Superintendent, overseeing two golf courses, 3 recreation facilities and a regional park. He grew up in Fairfield, Iowa. Lance attended Arizona State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. Prior to working in golf course maintenance, Lance umpired professional baseball in the minor leagues for three years. He and his wife of 29 years Lynn, have two sons, Greg and Kyle and a daughter Brett. Lance is a member of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA), Rocky Mountain Golf Course Superintendents Association (RMGCSA) and the National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA). Lance is past a President of the Rocky Mountain Golf Course Superintendents Association and also served as President of the RMGCSA non-profit organization, The Golf Foundation of Colorado, Inc. from 2010-2103. Lance and his family live in Lakewood, Colorado.

Judy Maillis

Judy grew up in Glenview, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. After spending three years in Casper, Wyoming, she moved to Colorado in 1980. Judy graduated from the University of Illinois with degrees in Speech & Theater, English, and Secondary Education. She completed her MA in Speech & Theater at Northeastern Illinois University. Judy spent most of her years as an educator at Chatfield High School, where she was the theater director for 15 years and finished up her career as Chair of the English Department. After a teaching for 37 years in three different states, Judy retired in 2007.

Judy is an avid golfer and plays in the Broken Tee Saturday Ladies Club, the Foothills Ladies Golf Club, and the Ladies Tournament Golf Association (LTGA). As a ladies club member, she has worn many hats over the years. She served as treasurer and president at The Links at Highlands Ranch, B-Team captain at Broken Tee, as well as tee time and tournament chair at Foothills. She also competes in many CWGA events along with volunteering on the CWGA Tournament Committee

In addition to her passion for golf, Judy loves to ski, practice yoga, play her fiddle, attend the theater, and read. To Judy, golf offers the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of nature, the challenge of competition, and the pleasures of meeting people and creating relationships.

Kathy Malpass

Kathy has played competitive golf for most of her life. She first served as Vice President of her ladies club at age 17 at Soaring Eagles Golf Club in New York. She was honored as Most Valuable Player her junior year and served as captain her senior year on the women’s golf team at Wake Forest University. She was an assistant coach of the women’s golf program at Indiana University in 1979, while in graduate school. Kathy started the women’s golf program at North Carolina State University in 1980, and the Mason-Dixon Women’s Golf Association.

Since moving to Colorado, Kathy has served as league coordinator of the Greater Denver Golf A-Team Association and the A-Team Challenge League of Denver. Kathy has served as a member of the Advisory Board of Directors, Greens Committee, president of the Ladies Club, tournament director and A-Team captain at Hiwan Golf Club. She was the tournament director for the 2007 AJGA Rolex Girl’s Junior Championship, held at Hiwan Golf Club. Kathy is currently a member of the USGA Women’s Mid-Amateur Committee. Kathy was the CWGA Senior Women’s Player of the Year in 2006 and 2008, and is a member of the Elmira Sports Hall of Fame in New York. She taught Sport Management at Metropolitan State University of Denver.

Tom Markham

Education

BS 1966 Engineering Management, United States Air Force Academy
MS 1970 Organizational Management, University of Colorado, Boulder

Work History

1994-2012: Lowry Redevelopment Authority (LRA) Retired as Executive Director at the end of 2012. The LRA was formed by Denver and Aurora To redevelop the former Lowry Air Force Base that closed in 1994. Tom was responsible for Real estate sales, marketing, business and financial planning, site improvements and overall Project administration. Lowry won many local, state, and national awards, replaced more Than 7,000 lost jobs, and was a $7 billion positive economic benefit for the cities.

1978-1993: Oil and Gas business. Di Nardo and Markham, oil and gas properties

1974-1978: Director of Physical Plant, Auraria Higher Education Center, Denver.

1972-1974: Real Estate Development. Projects in Colorado and Mexico

1966-1972: Air Force Officer, resigned as Captain

Chris McClain 

Chris McClain is a 3rd generation native of Colorado. With a strong Colorado family background, he has been a leader in the Colorado business community since attending College at University of Colorado at Denver in the early 90's. He attended Cherry Creek High School where he was a letterman in lacrosse and golf, playing next to Colorado greats, Scott Peterson and Jill Mcgill. McClain ran a small business in Colorado before joining Bank of America 10 years ago. He currently helps lead the Small Business and Preferred Lending segment as Senior Vice President covering the West Division. Chris has been very active in local charities such as the United Way, The Foote Foundation, The Butterfly Fund and Debra. His spare time is very happily taken up by his 14 year old daughter Natasha who is an up and coming Junior Golf Star in her own right. McClain resides in Castle Pines with his best friend, local Colorado business owner, and wife Larina McClain.

Robert Polk

Robert was born in Memphis, TN and raised in Louisiana. While attending the University of Mississippi, Robert earned a golf scholarship, played on the Rebel's golf team, and, most importantly, met his wife, Kim. Robert moved to Colorado in 1980 where he took a hiatus from the tee and helped raise three now-adult sons. After turning 50 in 2005, Robert began to play competitive golf once again and his numerous accolades include qualifying for and playing in the 2007 U.S. Senior Open at Whistling Straits; being named the 2007 and 2008 Colorado Player of the Year; playing on the 2006, 2007, and 2008 Colorado Cup Team; representing Colorado in the 2005, 2006, and 2007 Southwest Team Challenge Tournament; winning numerous Club Championships and tournaments, including the Colorado Golf Club's first Club Championship; as well as being the first person to win both the Colorado Mid-Am Tournament and Senior Stroke Play Tournament in the same year (2007). Robert and his wife currently reside in Parker. Robert is CEO and co-owner of Polk Majestic Travel Group, the largest independent travel management company in Colorado and home to over 130 travel professionals.

Sandy Schnitzer

Sandy learned to hit a golf ball in college, but has only recently learned to truly appreciate how the game of golf is played! She loves the challenge of playing golf, and the camaraderie that golf promotes. She is especially thrilled when she sees former students who are enjoying golf and playing in CWGA tournaments (and playing a lot better than I do!)

She was born in Buffalo, NY and moved to Colorado in 1954 with her family. She has BS in Health and Physical Education from Colorado State University, a MA in Physical Education from Adams State University and a MS in Environmental Science from the University of Colorado.

Sandy has taught and coached (a variety of sports, but not golf) in the Denver Public Schools,the Aurora Public Schools (Gateway High School), then worked in the Department of Instructional Services as a Teacher Resource. She concluded her career in education as an Assistant Principal of William C. Hinkley High School.

She served as President, Board of Directors for the Friends of Bluff Lake Environmental Education Center, and the Vice-President and President of the Colorado State Senior Women’s Golf Association. Her hobbies include reading, quilting, birding, traveling and geocaching.

Michael Schultz

Mike has been associated with the automotive industry for 30 plus years, since graduating from the University of Colorado in 1979 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. Additionally, he is a proud Eisenhower-Evans Scholar Alumnus and an active supporter and fundraiser for the program. For 18 years after college graduation, Mike was a factory representative for Toyota and Lexus, acting in many management capacities nationwide. For over 14 years, he has been the Operations Manager with Stevinson Automotive Inc, which operates seven automobile dealerships in the greater Denver Metro area. Through his affiliation with Stevinson, he has partnered with the Colorado Junior Golf Association for seven years, providing a themed logo van for their use at CJGA events during the tournament season. He is a team sponsor for the Children's Hospital Foundation, Courage Classic and a member of numerous non-profit organizations and charities, while also being the Tournament Committee Chairman for the CJGA Mike is a founding member of Deer Creek Golf Club at Meadow Ranch.

Laurie Steenrod

Laurie was born and raised in northern Illinois, the youngest of 4. She began golf at an early age, participating in junior golf camps and playing with her parents. Laurie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education at the University of New Mexico in 1978, where she played on the golf team her first 3 years. While teaching and coaching in Aurora Public Schools, Laurie picked up a Masters of Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Northern Colorado. Laurie retired in 2011 and continues to have her hand in education coaching high school girls golf and volunteering at her former school.

Laurie plays golf out of Saddle Rock Golf Club in Aurora where she is on the board and enjoys weekly ladies days and playing A team matches city wide in the Greater Denver Metro league. She is a long time member of the Golf Advisory Committee to Aurora City Council and has participated in many CWGA and some USGA events.

When Laurie is not on the golf course with her friends, she likes to be on her bike, swim, or read.

Jeanne Surbrugg

Jeanne was born and raised on a farm with five siblings near Lamar, Colorado where she didn't get to play much golf. She moved to Denver after graduating from the University of Colorado in Boulder with a degree in accounting. She also obtained an MBA degree from the University of Denver. After working for one of the large accounting firms (long before Enron) and in private industry as a controller for two different companies, she formed her own accounting firm over 20 years ago. As soon as tax season is over, you can often find Jeanne on the golf course or at Rockies baseball games.

Jeanne started playing golf "seriously" almost 15 years ago and continues to be hopeful that she can improve her game. She enjoys the camaraderie that golf and golf organizations provide. In addition to being treasurer for the CWGA, she is the treasurer of the CommonGround Women's Golf Club and the vice president and tournament chair of the Overland Park Women's Golf Club. She is a current member of both the Ladies Tournament Golf Association and the Colorado State Senior Women's Golf Association for which she served on the board as tournament chair.

Amy Turner

Amy Turner has spent the majority of her professional career promoting athletes, sports-related organizations and associated partners through her roles in public relations, marketing and sponsorship. She has worked in three industries over the past 25 years: college athletics, television and nonprofit.

Turner’s experience with Colorado’s sports-related organizations includes an 11-year stint with FOX Sports/ROOT Sports Rocky Mountain. In her role as director of marketing and communications, she worked closely with many of the professional sports teams, university athletic departments, high school associations, and annual sporting events in the region. She also helped nonprofits raise funds and awareness, leading to strategic partnerships with organizations such as Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, DPS athletics and Special Olympics Colorado. Her involvement with Special Olympics Colorado progressed from corporate media partner and board member to a staff member within the organization where she served as vice president of marketing and communications for nearly five years.

Prior to her experience working in the television and nonprofit industries, Turner spent more than 13 years in college sports working with media, donors and sponsors. She served as the PR director for the University of Denver athletics department over five years and as assistant commissioner for communications at the Mountain West Conference for two years. Turner’s experience in media relations includes regularly traveling with NCAA I football, men’s basketball, men’s ice hockey and baseball teams throughout the country. She also has worked closely with many women’s sports teams while working at universities in the northeast and Pacific Northwest. She enjoys volunteering for sports-related causes and organizations. Her experience as a board member includes: Metro Denver Sports Commission (2007-2009), Sportswomen of Colorado (2006-present), and Special Olympics Colorado (2009-2011).

A native of Rockport, Mass., Turner graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a BS in Sport Management.

M'liss Ward

M’lis Ward was born in New Orleans, La and raised as the youngest of 3 children in Chicago Ill. She is a Captain for United Airlines flying the Airbus 319 and 320 aircraft. She learned to fly as an Officer in the United States Air Force, stationed in Texas and South Carolina. She was the first female African American to achieve the rank of Captain for any US commercial airline.

M’lis attended the University of Southern California on an Air Force ROTC Scholarship, as well as academic and athletic scholarships. While at USC, Melissa was a member of the two-time National Champion Women’s Basketball Team, an experience she says “is the closest I’ve ever come to flying without an airplane”. She left Southern California in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, and a regular commission in the United States Air Force.

M’lis began playing golf in the Air Force but didn’t really get serious about the game until 1995. She is a member of Wellshire Women’s Golf Club where she had held the positions of Handicap, Rules and Monthly Chairs. She is currently the Webmaster for the club’s website, as well as the A Team Captain. She is a two time Wellshire Club Champion, a member of LTGA and plays over 40 rounds of golf per year.

M’lis is also the Varsity Assistant Basketball coach at Dakota Ridge High School in Littleton Colorado. She has held this position for the last three years. In 2014, she took her club to an Elite Eight finish in the State Championships.

Captain Ward resides in Denver, CO with her wife, Denise, her twin 15 year old daughters, Isabel and Analise, and their three cats, PT, Q and Taz.

Bob Webster

Bob is the Colorado State Chairman and member of the Board of Governors for the Western Golf Association/Evans Scholars Foundation. Born in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1959, Bob attended the University of Colorado as a recipient of an Eisenhower/Evans Scholarship and graduated in 1982 with a B.A. in Economics. While at CU, he was Director of the CU Program Council, then known as one of the nation's premier concert and student activity organizations promoting concerts such as the Rolling Stones at Folsom Field. After graduation from CU, he was trained by EF Hutton and in 1983 was licensed as a General Securities Registered Representative. In 1991 he was licensed as a General Securities Principal, in 1995 was registered as an Investment Advisor Representative and in 1997 earned the designation of Accredited Asset Management Specialist (AAMS). While continuously servicing his investment clientele, he has also held financial-services management positions: Product Coordinator for Managed Money at Hanifen, Imhoff, Inc. (1987), Branch Manager at D.E. Frey & Company, Inc. (1991), and Branch Manager at First Allied Securities, Inc., (2000). Bob is currently President of Webster Investment Advisors, Inc., an investment firm specializing in wealth management for high net worth individuals and families. Bob is a proud parent of two teen girls, Chandler and Kelsey, and is an avid golfer, skier and active participant in Boulder community and University of Colorado affairs. He has been a Director of the Western Golf Association since 2002. He is a past Director of the Boulder Philharmonic, the University of Colorado Foundation, Inc., the CU Buff Club and the Boulder Country Club.

Brad Wiesley

Brad is a native of Boulder where he attended neighborhood schools and graduated from Fairview High School. He learned to golf in a City of Boulder junior “learn to golf” summer program in the early 1970s. Brad had a 35-year career in law enforcement, primarily with the City of Lafayette (22 years) and University of Colorado-Boulder (10+ years) police departments. Since 1991, he has had a consulting practice working with public safety organizations across the United States on large data management and analysis projects. Brad holds BS in Business Management and Master of Criminal Justice degrees. Brad served three consecutive two-year terms on the Lafayette City Council and was a member of the Boulder County Crime Victim Compensation Board for six years, serving as chair of the board for the final four years. Brad is also active in local Rotary and Optimist service clubs. Brad began volunteering for the CGA in 2011 as a rules official and was appointed to the CGA Rules Committee in the Fall of 2013. Brad officiates tournaments for the CGA and JGAC as well as a variety of NCAA, Colorado Open and PGA-Colorado Section events. Brad enjoys many courses across Colorado and beyond, his home course is Indian Peaks in Lafayette.

Jeanne Surbrugg

Jeanne was born and raised on a farm with five siblings near Lamar, Colorado where she didn't get to play much golf. She moved to Denver after graduating from the University of Colorado in Boulder with a degree in accounting. She also obtained an MBA degree from the University of Denver. After working for one of the large accounting firms (long before Enron) and in private industry as a controller for two different companies, she formed her own accounting firm over 20 years ago. As soon as tax season is over, you can often find Jeanne on the golf course or at Rockies baseball games.

Jeanne started playing golf "seriously" almost 15 years ago and continues to be hopeful that she can improve her game. She enjoys the camaraderie that golf and golf organizations provide. In addition to being treasurer for the CWGA, she is the treasurer of the CommonGround Women's Golf Club and the vice president and tournament chair of the Overland Park Women's Golf Club. She is a current member of both the Ladies Tournament Golf Association and the Colorado State Senior Women's Golf Association for which she served on the board as tournament chair.

Frank Wilkinson

Frank was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He attended two small colleges before completing his BS in Physics at Miami University in Ohio in 1974. During his college years, he lettered three times in basketball and once in golf. He went on to earn a MS degree in Physics at Miami University in 1975. After working in industry he returned to academia and earned a MS degree in Applied Nuclear Physics from the Colorado School of Mines in 1986. Frank is the President and Owner of Alpha Spectra, Inc. which he founded in 1986. ASI is a leading manufacturer of radiation detectors. He Chaired the 1993 International Radon Conference in Denver and he was President of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of AARST for two years. Frank was the building committee Chairman during the planning and construction of Holy Family Catholic School in Grand Junction. Frank was awarded The Entrepreneur of the Year Award by the Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce in 2003. Frank has been playing in CGA events since 1994. He has played on the Western Colorado Cup Team nine times and has played on the Senior Colorado Cup Team four times. Frank and his wife Kathryn live in Grand Junction and have four children, Matthew (1991), James (1993), Sarah (1995) and Rebecca (1997). Other interests include coaching basketball, photography, hiking, and Green Bay Packer football. Frank is a member of the Men's Club at Lincoln Park Golf Course in Grand Junction.

Greg With

Greg grew up in Minneapolis and Chicago but has lived in Fort Collins since 1978. He attended the University of Wyoming and earned a variety of degrees. Greg is retired after working for the Fort Collins Police Department for 31 years. Currently he serves as the Chief Financial Officer for Northern Colorado Orthopedic Associates. He has a passion for the Rules of Golf and works as a rules official at CGA, USGA, Colorado Open, NCAA, CWGA and AJGA tournaments. Greg is married to Sally Knauer. Their home course is Ptarmigan Country Club in Fort Collins.

Bill Woodward

Bill has spent most of his life in the great state of Colorado. He graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and Real Estate. Bill and his wife of 31 years, Laura, have two sons, George and Harry. He has been in the Commercial Real Estate industry since graduating from CSU, and is currently a Principal of Rise Commercial Real Estate Advisors focusing primarily on Commercial Real Estate brokerage. Bill is involved in several business and civic organizations including being past president and current board member of the Metro Denver Executive Club, a past board member of Cherry Hills Country Club, and is a mentor for The Challenge Foundation. He is passionate about golf and feels lucky to call Cherry Hills Country Club his home club.

Mary Woulfe

Mary Woulfe has resided in Aspen, since 1982. She attended The Colorado College, Class of 1981. She followed up at University of Denver with an MBA, Class of 1982. She has coached Aspen HS boys and girls golf starting with the girls in the fall of 2001 crossing over to work with the boys from 2006 to the present. Active as a volunteer at Aspen Jr. Golf, she also has served on the Golf Advisory Board for the City of Aspen. Teaching skiing for the Ski Schools of Aspen full-time for over 30 years, she has served on many committees representing the ski professional staff. She plays at Aspen Golf Club where she currently is handicap chairman and former President. She is actively involved at St. Mary Catholic Church in Aspen as a parishioner of over 30 years and currently serves as the Business Manager.

Tracy Zabel

Tracy Zabel is a CPA with exclusive non-profit financial management experience. She grew up on a farm in Minnesota and graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree. She worked for McGladrey & Pullen, LLP in Minneapolis for three years before moving to Colorado in 2009. Upon her move, she joined Kundinger, Corder & Engle, P.C., a CPA firm that specializes in providing audit and tax services to Denver area non-profit organizations. In February 2016, Tracy became the controller at Denver Botanic Gardens.

Tracy served on the board of directors of Girls on the Run of the Rockies from September 2011 through January 2016 and held the Vice Chair and Treasurer roles and also was as a volunteer coach for three seasons. Currently, she also serves on the board of directors of Swallow Hill Music, the audit committee for PetAid Colorado and is a member of the finance committee at her place of worship. Outside of work and volunteering, she is passionate about live music, running, traveling and improving her golf game. She lives in Denver with her husband Adam.