Glenn B. Hudson Memorial Fund
A World War II veteran, Glenn B. Hudson returned to Ohio and worked as a superintendent and golf professional. In the early 1960´s, Glenn moved to Columbus to become superintendent of the once-private Walnut Hill Country Club. Walnut Hill played host for several Ladies PGA Tournaments.When the city of Columbus obtained the course, Glenn performed superintendent and consultant duties.
During the mid-1980's, several Central Ohio Superintendents organized the Glenn B. Hudson Memorial Fund, to honor Glenn`s achievements and dedication to the golf industry. The Fund generates monies for scholarships, which are awarded by the COGCSA Scholarship Committee through an application process. Scholarships are awarded annually to deserving Ohio turfgrass management student(s).
Up to $8,000 is available annually through the Glenn B. Hudson Memorial Scholarship. Applications are due by November 1st!