b'PNGA HALL OF FAMEEntry into the Hall The PNGA added three new members into the Pacific Northwest Golf Hall of Fame, while the Pacific Northwest Section PGA added two to the Sections Hall of Fame, during a joint Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony for the two organizations at Sahalee Country Club in The class of 2022 Pacific Northwest Golf Hall of Fame inductees. Left to right: Marcus King, Sammamish, Wash. Mike Gove, Lara Tennant, Pat ODonnell, and Mark Gardner.LARA TENNANT attended Central Catholic High School in Portland, with the girls golf team being founded her freshman year. By her junior year, the girls team won the state high school championship, with Tennant playing a starring role. She played four years at the University of Arizona on a full golf scholarship, also earning Academic All-American honors. Despite marriage and a large family (she has five children), she continued to play whenever she could, and gradually, inevitably, inexorably, the victories started to accumulate. Tennant has won 14 state titles in Oregon, and was named PNGA Senior Womens Player of the Year four times (2017, 2018, 2019, 2021). She turned 50 in 2017, becoming eligible for senior championships. She won three consecutive U.S. Senior Womens Amateurs (2018, 2019, 2021), won the 2019 British Senior Womens Amateur, and has competed in 21 USGA national championships so far. In each national championship shes played in, shes had a family member as her caddie. Tennant has served more than two decades on the Executive Committee of the Oregon Golf Association, as co-chair of Junior Golf. MARCUS KING embodies service to the Professional Golfers Association, to his fellow PGA Professionals and to the community. He has served 16 years in governance of the Pacific Northwest Section and Western Washington Chapter, highlighted by his term as president of the Section in 2013-2014. He has a record of committee service spanning three decades, including a term on the National Apprentice Committee. The general manager of Sahalee Country Club, King has mentored many PGA Members to become general managers at their own facilities. His accomplishments have earned him 10 Section awardsincluding the highest honor of Golf Professional of the Year in 2013and he is only the second member to have been awarded four different Pacific Northwest Section awards. King also has an impressive history of volunteer service and is a champion of the Special Olympics. He has volunteered as a state, national and international coach and trainer for Special Olympics Golf and served as the Golf Commissioner and organizer in the 2018 games in Seattle.14PACIFIC NORTHWEST GOLFER| JUNE 2022'