BOARD OF DIRECTORS

                             Jimmy Headrick, PGA    Tim Hogan, PGA

                                Lindsey Ladouceur, Attorney at Law

                             General Thomas Sands, U.S. Army (ret)

                                                Brad White, PGA

About Us

Friends and colleagues for almost 30 years, Jimmy Headrick and Tim Hogan are both accomplished golf professionals. "Jimmy has been my golf mentor since 1980," says Tim. "It was only natural that we work together to help the youth of our region after we both lost our sons." Jimmy has similar praise for Tim. "Taking the tournament to Money Hill in 2006 after Katrina destroyed Eastover has given the invitational tournament an instant boost. Tim embraced the tournament and the Foundation and helped to inspire us all."
Jimmy Headrick
A PGA Golf Professional for over 30 years, Jimmy is the Director of U.S. Kids Golf "Gulf Coast" local tour. He is also a popular golf instructor, serving on the staff at Diamondhead Golf Club at Diamondhead, MS. It is at Diamondhead that he coaches a Gulf Coast Junior Golf League team. He also coaches the Holy Cross High School golf team. Jimmy is the Tournament Director for the BC Cup and for The Mackel, the New Orleans City Amateur Championship that includes eight neighboring parishes. Jimmy was named the 2008 PGA Junior Golf Leader out of 28,000 PGA members nationwide. Jimmy served as the former Executive Director of the First Tee of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and brought it to the highest level within a couple of years. He was formerly the Director of Golf at Eastover for 20 years, head coach for the University of New Orleans women's golf team, and interim coach for Loyola University golf teams. Jimmy was awarded the 2017 Top Four US Kids Golf Local Tour Director and the 2018 Dr. John & Helen Moore Distinguished Service Award for his dedication to growing and developing the game of golf in the New Orleans area.

Tim Hogan
Tim Hogan was the Director of Golf at Money Hill Golf and Country Club from 1998 until he moved to Atlanta in 2011. In 2007, the Gulf States PGA named him its Junior Golf Leader of the Year. Tim formerly worked at Beau Chene, Eastover, and Fernwood Golf Club in Mississippi. Tim was widely recognized as one of the top PGA professionals in Louisiana and has helped Money Hill achieve national acclaim as one of its top golf courses. He now is in the golf apparel and equipment marketing field.