Murray Tucker made an incredible contribution to the PGA of Canada and the game of golf in Canada, both as a player and an administrator.
Murray served in numerous positions with the PGA of the Canada and became President from 1959-60. He developed a PGA of Canada Pension Plan, wrote Employment manuals and served as a speaker at numerous education seminars and counseled many young professionals during his career.
On April 30, 1974, Murray became Canada’s first Master Professional. He became a PGA of Canada member in 1946.
Murray passed away on June 24, 2002. His contributions to the PGA of Canada and to golf in Canada will always be remembered by his peers and the Association.