Former NCGA President Lon Haskew Wins Joe Dey Award
January 16, 2020
The USGA recently announced that former NCGA President Lon Haskew has been named the recipient of the 2020 Joe Dey Award for meritorious service as a volunteer.
For more than 30 years, Haskew has served as a volunteer Rules official at state, regional, national and international levels, including more than 100 USGA championships. Haskew has been a USGA committee member since 1993 and has served on the Mid-Amateur Committee since 1995. He’s also been a fixture at the collegiate level as an official at multiple NCAA and NCGA Championships. The Bay Area resident and huge Cal fan was president of the NCGA in 2001.
“It’s an honor to have the opportunity to annually recognize those whose contributions and positive influence have made a meaningful impact on the game,” said Mike Davis, CEO of the USGA.
Named for Joseph C. Dey, the USGA’s executive director from 1934-1968 and a World Golf Hall of Famer, the Joe Dey Award has been presented annually since 1996 to recognize an individual’s meritorious service to the game as a volunteer