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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Met Golf Writers To Honor Ed Ingles

Ed Ingles
Ed Ingles
Veteran broadcaster Ed Ingles will be honored at the Metropolitan Golf Writers Association’s 62nd National Awards Dinner on June 18, at the Westchester Marriott, Tarrytown, NY.

Ingles, who served as Sports Director and morning drive sports anchor for 24 years at WCBS Radio, will receive the Lincoln Werden Golf Journalism Award.

A past president of the Metropolitan Golf Writers Association and a member of the Executive Committee for 23 years, Ingles has covered more than 70 major championships, including 35 Masters.

Over the years he has covered just about every tour golf event that has taken place in the New York Metropolitan Area.  Among other activities, he has been a broadcaster for Jets football (1973-77 and 1991-93) and St. John’s basketball (1984-91), and handled the first play-by-play of the Super Bowl for the CBS Radio Network.

In addition, Ingles was an adjunct professor at St. John’s for over 25 years starting in 1973 and inducted into the St. John’s University Hall of Fame with the William Esposito Memorial Award for his great service to the field of broadcasting.

Ingles is currently the WRHU-FM Professional-in-Residence and Athletic Policy Committee Chairman at Hofstra University, a broadcaster for the Landers Production Co. and radio commentator for Iona College basketball.

The MGWA’s National Awards Dinner is the longest running and often the largest golf dinner held annually in the U.S. All of golf’s governing bodies actively support the dinner — USGA, PGA of America, LPGA and PGA TOUR — and up to 700 industry leaders, local golfers and golf groups attend. Proceeds benefit the caddie scholarship programs of Long Island, New Jersey and Westchester/Fairfield, and the MGA Foundation. More than $1.3 million has been raised over the years for these charitable endeavors.

For tickets, visit www.metgolfwriters.org

Among many other books, Dave Donelson is the author of Weird Golf: 18 tales of fantastic, horrific, scientifically impossible, and morally reprehensible golf

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