Storey Inducted Into Maine Golf Hall of Fame
MSGA Executive Director Nancy Storey to Be Elected Into Maine Golf Hall of Fame
From her early days at Biddeford-Saco CC as club manager, to spending the last twenty years as the Executive Director of the Maine State Golf Association, Nancy Storey has spent a lot of time in golf management. All of that time and hard work was officially recognized as she was inducted into the Maine Golf Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2017.
Since 1997, Nancy has been the Executive Director for the Maine State Golf Association. She has been recognized by the United States Golf Association as just one of three women executive directors responsible for running a men’s golf association in the country. Nancy has also served as club manager at Biddeford-Saco CC, and as business manager at Val Halla GC.
MSGA Executive Director Nancy Storey
“It’s incredibly humbling to be selected for the Maine Golf Hall of Fame,” says Storey. “I’ve been extremely lucky in my 21 years to be surrounded by people – board and fellow staff members – who extol the values of golf as much as I do. And when you’re doing what you love, it’s so easy to get up and go to work every day. This really is a testament to the whole MSGA staff, not one individual, and I’m proud to be standing up on their behalf.”
The induction ceremony took place at Poland Spring Resort on September 7 for the 25th Anniversary of the Maine Golf Hall of Fame.
Also inducted in this year’s class is Elizabeth (Liz) Browne Wiltshire. Liz has been involved with Maine golf since she was ten years old. She is part of the Browne golf legacy in Maine. The Natanis Golf Course has seen Liz's dad, Paul, and her three brothers, Robert, James, and Richard, enshrined in the Maine Golf Hall of Fame.