Ibbotson worked mostly on the small details in California, raking bunkers, cleaning tee boxes, dragging fairways, and repairing ball marks, all things that he says brought him back to his first summers working at Rolling Hills Country Club in Cabot.
Josh Kemp, the owner and CEO of Ozark Technology, has always been goal-oriented, so after the 46-year-old stepped out of an office role in 2021 at the company he’d built since 2004, the Batesville and Little Rock native turned his attention to golf and travel.
Eagle Hill pro shop staffer Dr. Tom Mitchell is a Doctor of Divinity and retired pastor in his 60th year of practicing ministry. His unwavering faith and willingness to help others have translated to the golf course, as he holds the record for most charitable golf tournaments directed by an individual.
Roachell, a former ASGA player, originally from Conway, took over the program in June and without any of her own recruits, the Bears posted their lowest tournament score in team history and won their final fall event.