Hall of Fame Inductee - Ryan Graff
Long and straight were his drives in high school-long and straight
are his drives today. Ryan Graff has always known that being in the
right position affords a person the opportunity to be successful. Graff
was more than successful in high school. His senior year Graff was the
individual AA state champion while leading the Blue Devil Golf Team to
the 1990 AA State Title. He graduated from QHS in 1991 and attended
the University of Illinois on a golf scholarship. He earned varsity
letters all four years in Champaign and was the 2-time recipient of the
George Huff Scholar/Athlete Award. Graff was chosen as team captain his
senior year. He graduated from Illinois in 1996 with a B.S. in
Psychology and a minor in Sports Psychology. Graff turned pro in 1996
and played the mini-tour circuit throughout the United States and South
America. He now resides in Phoenix, Arizona where he’s Golf Instructor
at the Raven Golf Club Learning and Performance Center.
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