||Walt Willows – If you have ever attended the Long Beach Open (or the Junior World at Torrey Pines) you have seen Walt Willows’ handiwork on the Tournament Scoreboard. Walt first became a PGA member in 1976 while working at Soule Park GC in Ojai, CA. From there, he moved to the San Diego area and became one of the Assistant Professionals at the popular Singing Hills Resort in El Cajon, where he worked for future PGA of America President Tom Addis, III. He left Singing Hills to become the Head Professional at San Diego’s Mission Trails GC, a job he held for 5 years before going into semi-retirement. Having done some scoreboard work at PGA Tour events and the Junior World, Long Beach Open Director and Long Beach Golf Hall of Fame member Chris Neal asked Walt to come up and do the Scoreboard for the Long Beach Open in 1992. He and his collection of red, black, blue and green ink pens and impeccable penmanship have been a mainstay of the Long Beach Open and hundreds of scoreboard watchers ever since.