Scott is Ben Hogan’s great niece, manager of Hogan Licensing and the principal family member responsible for his estate. Following the death of Hogan and his wife, Valerie, Scott made significant contributions of Hogan memorabilia to the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, Florida; the United States Golf Association (USGA) in Far Hills, New Jersey; and numerous other organizations and institutions involved in preserving the legacy of Hogan and furthering the game of golf. In 2004, Scott authorized and supported the biography of Ben Hogan, titled “Ben Hogan – An American Life,” written by James Dodson. Scott is a graduate of the University of Southern California and has worked in the movie industry as a digital production manager. Scott lives with her husband and three children in Pacific Palisades, California.


Michael J. Moncrief is a lifelong resident of Fort Worth. He was first elected as mayor on May 3, 2003, serving Fort Worth and Tarrant County until July 12, 2011. First Lady Rosie Moncrief and Mayor Moncrief served on the Host Committee for Super Bowl XLV. Vital partnerships were established by them with Fort Worth key leaders to host ESPN during the biggest weekend in American sports. In 2011, Fort Worth was named one of the National Civic League’s All-America Cities and it remains in the nation’s top 10 safest cities among the fastest-growing major cities in America. Moncrief’s career began when he was elected into the Texas House of Representatives in 1971. After two years service in the House of Representatives, he was elected as Tarrant County Judge in 1974, where he served for 12 years representing the county. Elected to the Texas State Senate in 1991, he served twelve years. In 2001, then Senator Moncrief was appointed President Pro Tempore of the Texas Senate. Within this capacity, he presided over the affairs of Texas as Governor, with the responsibility to make critical decisions, when the Governor and Lieutenant Governor were out of state.

A graduate of Tarleton State University, Moncrief served as president of the student body and was named to Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. He is past president of the Tarleton Alumni Association and was honored as a distinguished alumnus. Returning to civilian life after retiring as Mayor of Fort Worth, Moncrief is overseeing his oil and gas business, investments and properties, and spending time with family. He and his wife, Rosie, have two sons, four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.



Dr. McCallum practiced for twenty-eight years as an adult and pediatric neurosurgeon in Fort Worth, Texas where he served as chief of neurosurgery at Harris Methodist Hospital and chief of staff at Cooks Children’s Medical Center. He was a founding board member of North Texas Specialty Physicians, a 600 member multispecialty independent practice association. He has written a number of articles and chapters in professional journals and medical texts.

Since receiving a doctorate in history, he has taught and has contributed to and written several books on American and military history and is currently the AdRan Professor of the History of Science at Texas Christian University.

Over the past eight years, Dr. McCallum has founded two health care data management companies serving as President of Leprechaun, LLC and Chairman and CEO of CenseoHealth, LLC which was recently cited as one of the five fastest growing companies in the Dallas area. In that role, he has written several articles and given numerous presentations regarding health care delivery and payment systems.


Donna, who has lived in Michigan since 1977, was elected to the BHF BOD in May of 2019. She and her husband have been members at Oakland Hills Country Club since 1990, where Mr. Hogan won the 1951 U.S. Open. Over the years, she has worked or chaired various tournament committees at OHCC for both the USGA (1991 Senior US Open, 1996 US Open, and 2002/2016 US Amateur) and the PGA (2004 Ryder Cup, 2008 PGA Championship). Her association with the foundation began in 2016, when she chaired an Oakland Hills Centennial event, the “Monster ’51”, benefitting both the BHF and the Oakland Hills Scholarship trust. Since that time, Donna has traveled numerous times to Texas annually to volunteer at the Ft Hood/Ben Hogan Classic as well as participate in the BHF Invitational at Shady Oaks.

A native Hoosier, after graduating from Indiana University and relocating to Michigan, Donna worked at the University of Michigan Mott Children’s Hospital as a respiratory therapist. Additionally, over the years, her husband’s auto industry job has taken them to many international destinations to live (Germany/China/Thailand) where she immersed herself in the local culture and joined the various Women’s Clubs that were available. So much so that in 2007 she was a walking scorer for the HSBC Championship in Shanghai.

Donna and her husband reside in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Their only child, Stephanie, is married and resides in nearby Birmingham, Michigan. Looking ahead, their retirement goal is to spend all of their free time in Fort Worth.


Jeff Mooney is Chairman and controlling shareholder of A&W Food Services of Canada Inc. He led the company as president and CEO for fourteen years from 1991 to 2005. Mooney is an alumnus of both the University of Saskatchewan and Harvard University Graduate School of Business. In November 1992, Mooney became the first recipient of the Henry Singer Award for Exceptional Leadership, granted by the Faculty of Business of the University of Alberta. In 1994, he was chosen as Marketing Executive of the Year by the Sales and Marketing Executives of Vancouver. In 2003, Mooney was a recipient of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee Medal. In May 2006, he was inducted into the B.C. Restaurant Hall of Fame.

As well as being the past Chairman of the Business Council of British Columbia, he is also past Chairman of the Young Presidents’ Organization, B.C. Chapter, and a member of the Chief Executives’ Organization and World Presidents’ Organization. He served for six years on the Board of Directors of the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. He is married to Suzanne Bolton and they have four grown children. In 2007, Mooney and a partner acquired the Vancouver Canadians Professional Baseball Team that plays at historic Nat Bailey Stadium. Today, A&W is a strategy-driven organization, which has grown to over 789 restaurants across Canada. Mooney led the company through eight strategic transitions, including a management buy-out of the business in 1995 and the creation of an innovative Revenue Royalty Income Trust in 2002. A&W has been recognized as one of the 50 Best Managed Companies in Canada for the past ten consecutive years.


Fred N. Reynolds is owner of Fred S. Reynolds & Associates, a petroleum engineering consulting firm, formed in 1983 by Fred and his father, Fred S. Reynolds.  Fred graduated from the University of Oklahoma in December 1979 with a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering.  He is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Texas and a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and the Texas Society of Professional Engineers.  Fred started his career with Chevron USA in 1980 as a drilling and completion engineer in Colorado.  In 1981 he was hired as Engineering Manager for Equity Oil Company in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Fred moved back to Fort Worth in 1983 to join his father in the consulting business where Fred and his father worked together until his father’s passing in 2001.  Fred has served on the board of the Fort Worth Oil Information Library and the First Tee of Fort Worth. At the First Tee he served as President of the Board for two years.  In addition, Fred has served on the Board of Shady Oaks Country Club and as the President of the Board in 2016 and 2017.  In 1973 thru 1975 while in high school, Fred worked as a bag boy and caddy at Shady Oaks Country Club and was fortunate to caddy for Mr. Hogan during his three years working at Shady Oaks.


Brent White serves as Senior Vice President, Commercial Lending for Southwest Bank. His office is in the Fort Worth Club Building in Downtown Fort Worth. Brent joined Southwest Bank in 2007. Prior to joining Southwest Bank, Brent was the Head Golf Professional at Shady Oaks Country Club where he was an employee for 17 years. Brent earned his BBA in Management from Texas Christian University. Brent is active in the local community and served the Tarrant County Bankers Association as President and Shady Oaks Country Club as Secretary. Brent currently serves on The Angela Stanford Foundation and Ben Hogan Foundations boards. Brent lives in Arlington with his wife, April, a Texas Christian University graduate, and their two children, Sophie and Preston. In his spare time, he enjoys golf and spending time with family and friends.


As a young man at the age of 11, Martin discovered his passion for the game of golf. His respect for golf has continued to provide opportunity & growth in all facets of life personally & professionally. He is a graduate of Northwood University where he was awarded a scholarship for academics and golf. Upon graduating with his Bachelor in Business Administration and Marketing degree in 1998, he was professionally pursued by the University to become the Men’s and Women’s head golf coach. This position fueled his passion for excellence in the game. In 2001, Martin then joined the Shady Oaks Country Club team of professionals in Fort Worth as Assistant Golf Professional. In 2002, he was approached with an opportunity to enter the banking industry. Throughout his 16 year career he has advanced and exceeded within the ever changing industry. Martin now works as a Private Banker and is currently the Vice President of Global Wealth at BBVA Compass. He has been consistently recognized for exceeding client expectations and performance expectations while continuously upholding values with the highest integrity. Martin brings his experience and love of golf to currently serve as a Board Member for the First Tee of Fort Worth. Martin believes there is nothing more rewarding than to watch a child grow and develop the passion and etiquette that golf instills at such an impressionable age. Martin has been intimately involved with the Ben Hogan Foundation from it’s infancy as a volunteer and has served in an advisory role for the past 2 years. He has had the honor to serve others through this wonderful foundation and is honored to serve alongside the most respected peers within the foundation. Martin resides in Aledo, Texas with his wife of 20 years, Amanda, and their two children Madelyn (14) and Dylan (11)


Bales was born and raised in Fort Worth, TX. Having attended Fort Worth Country Day School for 13 years and then continuing to Texas Christian University, his roots in Fort Worth and his dedication to the community are unsurpassed.
Upon graduating TCU in 1997, Bales joined the largest healthcare staffing company in the world where he earned the role of Executive Vice President and co-lead the company to a strategic exit in 2007. After a short sabbatical in 2009, Bales joined longtime friend and fellow Ben Hogan Foundation Board member, Dr. Jack McCallum, in creating CenseoHealth, LLC, where they developed a sophisticated technology platform for the purposes of performing in-home, Health Risk Assessments utilizing an “all physician”, mobile network.

Bales left his full-time position as President and COO in June of 2016. However, he remained actively involved with CenseoHealth as a consultant to the Chairman and member of the Board of Directors until December of 2018.

Currently Bales is a partner with Nelbum Capital, a small venture firm that is focused on supporting the growth of young entrepreneurs in the Fort Worth/Dallas area.

Bales and his wife of 20 years, Marcia, focus primarily on raising their 9-year-old son, Bales Jr. In his spare time Bales loves to play and promote the game of golf and the opportunities that it presents for so many.


Robert Stennett was a business leader in the aerospace industry for nearly a quarter of a century. A native of Shreveport, Louisiana, Stennett holds a bachelors degree in business from Louisiana State University in Shreveport and a Masters in Business Administration in Management from Louisiana Tech University. Stennett has accomplished post-graduate work and facilitated industry and academic partnerships in the areas of supply chain management, operations research, and strategic planning with the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, Clarkson University in Pottsdam, NY, and the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. As a member of Shady Oaks Country Club since 1984 and dependent member before that, he had the opportunity to observe Hogan for almost two decades before the legendary golfer passed away in 1997. Stennett served on the Board of Governors at Shady Oaks Country Club from 2001 to 2007 and from 2009 to 2011 serving as president of the club in his last year on Board. He is a member of the Devlin Foundation and serves on the Northern Texas PGA Junior Golf Foundation’s scholarship selection committee.


Judd Pritchard has spent a career solving problems and building effective brands. As an attorney, Judd has served as counsel and advisor for companies, individuals and other entities – addressing challenges on both the legal and business front with a calm and steady hand. In addition, Judd has served as general counsel for a prominent political consulting and public affairs firm, helping political candidates, companies and associations effectively communicate to various constituencies. Throughout his career, Judd has always believed that great organizations are built by people committed to fostering relationships based on honesty and integrity.

As a Fort Worth native, Judd considers Mr. Hogan to represent the best parts of golf and Fort Worth – hard work, diligence and respect. Judd is a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Texas Austin School of Law. While at Princeton, Judd was the captain of the Princeton University Golf Team, which won the 2000 Ivy League Conference Championship. Judd was also the 1997 Individual Ivy League Golf Champion. Judd lives in Fort Worth with his wife, Jacque, their two children, Jack Hudson and Lucy, and their black lab, Zoey.


Lindy Miller made a name for himself in the mid 1970s as one of our country’s best amateur golfers, winning such prestigious tournaments as the Southern Amateur Championship and the Pacific Coast Amateur Championship. He was a member of two NCAA Championship teams during his career at Oklahoma State University before graduating with a degree in Business Administration. Lindy was the low amateur at the U.S. Open in 1977, the Masters in 1978, played on the Walker Cup team in 1977 and was “College Golfer of the Year” in 1978. He spent six years as a tournament player on the PGA Tour, where he had five “Top 10” finishes. As a respected club professional, Miller continued winning awards and recognition. In 1996, he started the Lindy Miller Foundation, a charitable organization with the purpose of bringing the game of golf to underprivileged youth. Over the years, his foundation evolved into the First Tee of Fort Worth. Miller worked at Fort Worth’s Mira Vista Country Club, where he last served as vice president of operations and director of golf. He was inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame in 2016 and was the 2016 Northern Texas PGA Professional of the Year. At the Ben Hogan Foundation, Miller is responsible for developing corporate and patron partnerships and the Ben Hogan Invitational. He and his wife Cindy live in Fort Worth.