Congratulations to Pat Huffer, PGA Head Professional at Crooked River Ranch, being inducted into the Pacific Northwest Section PGA Hall of Fame. Founded in 1981, the Pacific Northwest Section PGA Hall of Fame recognizes those individuals who have distinguished themselves among the professionals in the Pacific Northwest and contributed to the game of golf.
Pat Huffer has been the PGA Head Professional at Crooked River Ranch in Central Oregon since 2006. Prior to his move to central Oregon, Huffer was a fixture for 25 years in Roseburg, Oregon, first at Roseburg Country Club and finally at Stewart Park Golf Course. In addition to Huffer’s service to his golfers he has consistently served his community and fellow PGA Professionals. Huffer spent over 20 years in the governance of the Pacific Northwest Section and Oregon Chapter serving on the Board of Directors and culminating as President of the Pacific Northwest Section in 2007-2008.
At Crooked River, Huffer is instrumental in the Central Oregon Golf Forum which connects industry stakeholders enhancing the golf experiences available in the region. Under Huffer’s leadership the Central Oregon Golf Trail was formed to market central Oregon as a golf destination.
Huffer has been honored by his peers on numerous occasions including receiving the Bill Strausbaugh Award 6 times for his service to his fellow professionals in the area of employment. A fixture on the National PGA scene, Huffer served on the PGA of America Employment Committee and numerous Task Forces.
Huffer is a graduate of Lake Chelan High School and the University of Washington, playing on the golf teams at both schools.
Please help us in congratulating Pat Huffer on such a well deserving induction.