Bill Campbell played in 37 U.S Amateurs and won the West Virginia State Amateur 15 times. He won three West Virginia State Opens, the North and South Amateur four times and was undefeated in Walker Cup singles competition, holding a 7-0-1 record in the eight matches he played between 1951 and 1975.
Bill Campbell also served as U.S. Golf Association president in 1982-1983 and was the third American nominated to be captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, Scotland in 1987. Bill Campbell is the only man to head both of golf’s main bodies – the USGA and The Royal & Ancient.
Campbell is a member of Guyan Golf & Country Club and is currently active with his Insurance Agency, he and his wife Joan reside part time in Huntington as well as Lewisburg, WV.
Pat Carter is in his 12th year as a volunteer assistant coach with the Marshall University Golf Program.
Pat was a member of the Thundering Herd golf team from 1986 to 1990. The West Virginia native captained the Herd as a junior and senior, earning All-Southern Conference honors in 1990.
Pat Carter, one of the top amateur golfers in the nation, is a 12-time West Virginia Amateur Champion and has also qualified for the U.S. Amateur 12 times.
Pat was a quarterfinalist in both the U.S. Amateur and the U.S. Mid-Amateur in 2003 and was selected as the 2001 WestVirginia Amateur Athlette of the Year. He has also been honored as the W.Va. Golf Association Player of the year 13 times. Carter was inducted into the Marshall Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005.
Pat is a member of Guyan Golf and Country Club and resides in Huntington with his wife Kellie, and their two children, Hogan and Heidi.
Steve Fox, a Graduate of Marshall University, was a two time W.V. State Amateur Champion in 1988 and 1994. Fox was also the W.V. Mid Amateur Champion in 2006.
Fox won the W.V. Four Ball 11 times, W.V. Senior Amateur four times, and has played in four U.S. Amateurs and two U.S. Mid Amateurs.
Steve Fox is currently a member of Guyan Golf and Country Club and has won the Guyan Club Championship 13 times. He resides in Huntington with his wife Cathy and three children, Charlotte, Julie, and Stephanie.
Jim Ward, a 1962 Marshall Graduate, was a member of the Thundering Herd golf team from 1960-1962. He was Co-medalist Mid American Conference Champion in 1962.
Jim Ward was the winner of the WV State Amateur in 1964 and competed in the U.S. Amateur 4 times.
Ward was inducted into the Marshall Hall of Fame and is a member of Guyan Golf & Country Club. He currently resides in Huntington with his wife Gloria.