Nominations Open for 2022 Warren Crosbie Community Leader of the Year Award
To nominate a candidate, click here. The Warren Crosbie Community Leader of the Year Award, introduced in 2020 and named after PGA of Canada Past President and Life Member Warren Crosbie, is presented annually to a member of the association who has demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities and gone above and beyond to make a meaningful and lasting impact within their community. Crosbie, a long-time member of the PGA of Canada, worked as Head Professional at Bayview Golf & Country Club for 33 years. Though currently retired, he remains actively involved in several association affairs and is widely regarded as a benevolent and visionary leader. He was inducted into the Ontario Golf Hall of Fame in 2008 in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the industry. The inaugural winner of the Warren Crosbie Community Leader of the Year Award in 2020 was Muncie Booth, who has run a program dedicated to providing access to the game for Inner-City Youth in Vancouver for over 20 years. More details on Muncie’s incredible contribution to the game of golf can be seen here.Last year's winner was Todd Keristead, who is making a huge different in the lives of others with his ParaGolf Canada initiative, which has helped bring disabled golfers to the sport and back to the sport. More details on Todd's work can be found here. COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP AWARD GUIDELINES
- Involved in the promotion and development of community and/or charitable initiatives to help others, going beyond their regular day to day duties;
- Consistent and outstanding dedication to making their community a better place;
- Recognized as someone of outstanding character.