Our very own Ann Sunstrum, a longtime Southern Nevada Junior Golf Association volunteer and board member, will be inducted into the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame Class of 2022 on Oct. 1 on The Hill at TPC Summerlin. The event kicks off the PGA Tour’s Shriners Children’s Open.
“Ann is a rockstar in the Southern Nevada golf community and her passion for junior golf has helped countless kids with golf and life,” says former SNJGA president Tim Quinn, who also has worked closely with Sunstrum in her role as Southern Nevada Golf Association executive director.
Sunstrum joins Jeremy Anderson, Bob Coffin, Dale Hahn and Dave Johnson in the class of 2022.
“It is amazing to have been in the Southern Nevada and Las Vegas golf community for so many decades, and to now have the committee select me for induction is a bit overwhelming, but I am so honored,” says Sunstrum. “My husband, John, is a golf professional and we have a love of the game and this recognition is not taken lightly. I have had so many wonderful experiences from starting with the Las Vegas PGA Tour event to helping and watching Mesquite blossom into a world class golf destination to now working with amazing staff and volunteers at the Southern Nevada Golf Association to help protect, grow and serve the game. Thank you to each of the people who helped me along the way. We did this together.”
On behalf of the board of directors, we congratulate Ann on this high honor.
The mission of the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame is to celebrate and bring awareness to players, administrators, benefactors, groups, instructors, superintendents and other worthy golfers who have served the game of golf in Las Vegas in a positive and meaningful way, whether through performance on the course, volunteerism, financial support, promotion, and/or other dedicated service.
For more, visit www.lasvegasgolfhof.com