Mark Horn

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Mark Horn

has been playing top-level disc golf since the very beginnings of the game and has remained deeply involved. He has been a top player, winning a pre-PDGA world championship and continues to be a top divisional player.
 
He is also an elite-level overall player with many world titles. Mark toured Japan to spread the game in the 80′s and he and his family have run the Wintertime Open for over 25 years. Mark¹s disc golf pro shop at Oak Grove established him as one of the pioneers of the professional sport. Perhaps most important of all, Mark has played thousands of rounds of disc golf and it is impossible to find a player who didn¹t enjoy the round that he or she got to play with Mark. He is what disc golf is all about.

Dr. Stancil Johnson

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Dr. Stancil Johnson

is known as an artist of life and the flying disc, is a pioneer of competitive disc golf. Stan holds many overall titles. Dedicated to research, he is a renowned disc golf historian. Stancil authored Frisbee A practitioner’s manual and definitive treatise. He penned with eloquence the beauty of flying discs, "When a ball dreams, it dreams it’s a Frisbee". He was instructor of a disc golf class at California State University. He is recipient of the Jim Olsen Senior Award. Stancil Johnson will forever be known as a Hall of Fame mentor.

Brian Hoeniger

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Brian Hoeniger 

is a world-class ambassador of disc golf and he has enjoyed
meaningful victories as a player in the CanAm Series. His resolve to
foster the growth of the sport brought him to serve the PDGA as Competition
Director in 1992. Brian’s work ethic as PDGA Administrator boosted PDGA
leadership to new heights. His statistical wizardry is legendary. Brian
is the PDGA’s first Executive Director, a position held with distinction.
His dedication to making disc golf global has not wavered. Disc golfers
everywhere owe Brian a world of thanks.