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Corcoran Receives 2012 Director's Award

PGM Director Kim Kincer with Craig Corcoran

Craig Corcoran, junior from Broadview Heights, Oh., received the 2012 Director’s Award for his service and dedication to Eastern Kentucky University's PGA Golf Management program for the academic year. He received the award at the PGA Golf Management spring awards banquet in April.

The director’s award is given to the student who embodies the meaning of service and leadership in the PGA Golf Management program.  The student shows dedication through continuous hard work, dependability and ability to go above and beyond for the program and its students.

According to PGA/GM director Kim Kincer, “Craig has by far been the strongest, most selfless leader in the PGA Golf Management program so far. His dedication to improving the PGM Student Golf Association and our program as a whole has made a positive difference in who we are as a group. His leadership has certainly provided a spark that has caused other students to get excited about being involved.”

This summer, Corcoran will intern at Chagrin Valley Country Club, a private club located along the rolling hills, lakes and streams of Chagrin falls near Cleveland, Oh., that dates back to 1921.

Photo caption:  EKU PGA Golf Management Director Ms. Kim Kincer (left) with Craig Corcoran.

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Published on May 04, 2012

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