Kansas Golf Foundation Kansas Golf Hall of Fame - 1998
Rose won the Kansas Amateur five times in an eight year span from 1971 to 1978. Nationally, Rose qualified for five U.S. Amateur Championships, advancing to match play three times. He also qualified for three U.S. Mid-Amateur Championships in his career. Internationally, Rose played in four British Amateur Championships. Rose now resides in The Woodlands, Texas.
E.J. "Ed" Skradski
Contributor to the Game
From 1969 to 1984, Skradski served as the KGA's Executive Secretary and was a vital part of the induction of a formal handicap service and bringing the organizations name to the forefront. Skradski also was a founding member of the IAGA, one of the most influential golf organizations in the world.
Golf Coach & Contributor to the Game
Waugh served as a director of the KGA from 1979 to 1991. In 1987, he served as President of the association. From 1985 to 1995, he served as a sectional affairs committeeman of the United States Golf Association. Waugh was the tournament chairman of the USGA's Women's Public Links Championship in 1982. He worked with former KGA Executive Director Brett Marshall in 1990 to form the Kansas Golf Foundation and he continues to serve on its Board of Trustees. In addition, Waugh served as the tournament chairman of the Kansas Open for 18 years from 1977 to 1995. From 1991, he has served as the head women's golf coach at the University of Kansas and retired in 1998. He currently resides in Lawrence.