Hall of Fame Inductees, by Year . Search by Name

TONY DAVIS - Tecumseh

TERRANCE BADGETT - Omaha South

CHARLES BORNER, JR. - Lincoln High

JON MCWILLIAMS - Sidney

DON MEYER - Wayne

RICK MEYER - Superior

KEVIN RAMAEKERS - Norfolk Catholic

SARAH SASSE-KILDOW - Lincoln High

LINDA SCHNITZLER WALKER - Battle Creek

JIM BARKER - Scottsbluff

RANDY CARPENTER - Coach

CHARLES “CHARLIE” GORDON - Coach

BRAD HILDEBRANDT - Coach

PAT HOBLYN - Coach

ALAN VANCURA - Coach

MIKE PURDY - Contributor

JIM TENOPIR - Contributor

JIM PAIGE - Official

BILL WEBER - Lincoln Southeast

LAURA SPANHEIMER DECHANT - Omaha Marian

STACY JAKUBOWSKI LONGACRE – Howells

Lincoln High (Class of 1964)

 

 

 

 

 

The face of Lincoln’s Hillcrest Country Club as the resident teaching professional who stresses fundamentals and a respect for the game, Charles Borner, Jr., forged a very successful competitive golf career that included back-to-back Class A state championships in 1963 and 1964, a feat not matched for 49 years. The first junior golfer to win the Lincoln city championship for adults, Borner led Lincoln High to the state team championship in 1964 and went on to letter three years at Nebraska. He qualified for the U.S. Amateur Championships three times and played in the U.S. Senior Open. In the Western Amateur in Wichita, KS, in 1970, Borner lost in the final to future PGA Champion LannyWadkins and, on the way to the final, defeated Paul Purtzer, Tom Watson and John Mahaffey. His early teaching experience included seven years as coach at North Platte High School.