Larry W. Gilhuly
Gilhuly has been associated with the game of golf since 1958 as a player, caddie and golf course maintenance worker. After receiving a Chick Evans Scholarship for Caddies in 1970, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in agronomy and turf science from Washington State University.
After college, he worked as the assistant superintendent at Seattle Golf Club from 1975-1983. He joined the USGA Green Section in 1983 as the director of the West Region. Gilhuly currently provides agronomic advice to golf courses in the West Region, with seven states and four Canadian provinces in his primary focus area.
In addition to assisting golf courses with their turf management programs, he also helps conduct conferences, assists various groups in fundraising efforts and is involved in several educational programs that are directed at golfers in the Pacific Northwest.