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The Kansas Golf Course Superintendents Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving its members by providing them with educational, professional development, and networking opportunities, advancing their profession and enhancing the enjoyment, growth, and vitality of the game of golf.
Hunter Hill, junior in Golf Course Management at K-State, received the KGCSA Cliff Dipman Internship Award for 2017. Hunter will be interning this summer at Wamego CC under Trampis Nickel.
Hunter is the son of Gary & Karma Hill and graduated from Remington High School in 2014.
This $2,000 award is awarded to a K-State student doing a golf course management internship at an 18-hole golf course whose superintendent is a member of the Kansas Golf Course Superintendents Association. Cliff Dipman was the Golf Course Superintendent at Manhattan Country Club for 32 years. He served as a mentor to countless students who have become successful golf course superintendents in Kansas and across the United States. Year after year, Cliff recognized the importance of the internship in complementing academics.