Kent Myers '54
Kent Myers '54
Title: Athlete
Year: 1954
Team: Golf
Induction: 1994

Kent Myers made the all Conference team in golf all four years and helped lead the Bearcats to conference titles his final three seasons (1952-1954). He may be the most successful amateur golfer the state of Oregon has ever had: A four time Oregon Amateur Champion (1965, 1972, 1981 and 1983), Myers has been selected to the Northwest amateur top 10 a record 19 years. As of his induction, he still held the course record of 65 at Illahe Hills Country Club in Salem. He has written much about the game, too, including a book called Golf in Oregon, which was first printed in 1977.