The French may have Jules Rimet (World Cup) , Henri Delaunay (European Championships), Gabriel Hanot (European Cup) and Pierre de Coubertin (Olympics) as driving forces behind all those sporting competitions we love so dear, but naming a trophy dating back to the origins of football could only be done after the founding father of football as we know it: Ebenezer Cobb Morley ( - ).
Morley was responsible for drawing up the first version of the Laws of the Game, which were approved by the English FA on December 8, 1863, and was the FA's first secretary and its second president.
In 1996, she was the first woman to be elected president of the USGA.
When leaders and visionaries were needed, Judy delivered.
Judy has been especially supportive of state and regional golf associations (SRGA’s).
I didn’t work across the desk from Judy Bell, but I helped facilitate and carry out the programs and initiatives that she introduced.
In committee meetings and in individual visits with Judy I observed her passion for the game first-hand.
Earlier in the week, the golf community celebrated another exciting event.
Here are some of her accomplishments: Judy started her volunteer career with the USGA when she joined the U. Judy is well-known around the world for serving as president of the USGA.