Anne Marie Tobin Player of the Year Award

This award for outstanding achievement was first presented in 1994, and is named in honor of Anne Marie Tobin, President of the WGAM in 1994-1995, and seven time winner of the Association Championship in 1988, 1991-1995 and 2000. It is given to the WGAM member who earns the most Player of the Year points each year. The recipient of this award will be honored at the WGAM Annual Meeting and her name will be added to the plaque on display at the WGAM office. The award is presented on the basis of points earned in selected WGAM events, USGA events, and certain other regional and national competitions. In the event of a tie in the final standing of the Player of the Year, co-winners will be named. Click to see past winners of The Anne Marie Tobin Player of the Year Award. Click to see current standings. Click to see Player of the Year Pamphlet.

Mid-Amateur Award

This Mid-Amateur Award will be presented to the Class A player over the age of 25* who scores the lowest combined gross score in two events: the qualifying round of the Association Championship and the 36-hole stroke play of the Keyes Cup. The recipient of this award will be appropriately honored at the Annual Meeting. Her name will be added to a plaque to be displayed in the WGAM office. 2007 is the inaugural year for the Mid-Amateur Award. Player must reach their twenty-fifth birthday by July 17, 2017. Click to see past winners of The Mid-Amateur Award.

The May Jackson Award for Excellence Beyond

The May Jackson Award, initiated at the Annual Meeting in 1988, honors outstanding women who have contributed to the growth and continuity of the WGAM. They have set the standard of excellence for all of us to follow. The May Jackson committee and the WGAM Executive committee will not necessarily give this award annually, for this is a very special award for very special people – like its namesake, May Jackson. May Jackson passed away in August of the Year 2000. Her contributions to the WGAM and the developement of women’s golf in Massachusetts were numerous. The recipient of this award will receive a specially designed golf WGAM pin and her name will be added to a plaque which is displayed in the WGAM office. Click to see past winners of The May Jackson Award for Excellence Beyond.

The Dolly Sullivan Junior Award

This award is presented annually in memory of Dolly Sullivan, a longtime WGAM member, Executive Committee member, volunteer and player whose memory lives on through the efforts of her dear friends and the Dolly Sullivan Tournament. The recipient of this award will be a high school senior who has participated in WGAM Junior events and one who epitomizes the spirit and values that Dolly Sullivan exhibited. She will be a young woman who, in the opinion of the WGAM Executive and Junior Committees, displays good sportsmanship, superior character and who performs well both in school and on the golf course. Click to see past winners of The Dolly Sullivan Junior Award.