Bill Flynn was a NEPGA Professional and Hall of Fame Inductee, who overcame a partially paralyzed right arm from birth to become an icon in the North Shore and New England golf circles. He was the first Head Golf Professional at Thomson Country Club, where he served in that role from 1961-1986. An accomplished player, Mr. Flynn won the 1959 Vermont Open, the 1963 Massachusetts Open, and the 1968 New England PGA Section Championship. Mr. Flynn also served on the executive committee of the New England PGA for seven years, then assumed the duties of secretary-treasurer for three years followed by his presidency from 1973-1976. During his career, he also served as Vice-President of the PGA of America.
The Flynn Family, PGA REACH New England and the NEPGA Junior TOUR are proud to partner together to make this scholarship possible.