Jamey Lewis, PGA
Ex-Officio

Jamey Lewis is a PGA Professional who manages golf facilities and provides management and consulting services to golf facilities in Arizona.  Jamey currently manages Sun City Country Club in Sun City, Arizona. 

A native of Oklahoma City, Jamey brings over 20 years of golf professional experience to his facilities including operations in Texas, Colorado, and Arizona.  He was introduced to the Arizona golf market in 1995 and spent 12 years at Oakcreek Country Club in Sedona, Arizona.  There, Jamey was an integral part of a multi-million-dollar facility renovation and also founded the Sedona Open which at one time was a major tournament event for the Southwest Section PGA.   

Jamey’s leadership extends to the Southwest Section PGA as well.  In 2010, he was elected to the Southwest Section PGA Board of Directors.  As Chairman, Jamey led the Apprentice Committee, Awards Committee, and Communications Committee, Finance Committee, Strategic Planning, and Employment Committees.  He currently is sits on the Southwest PGA Foundation board as well.  Jamey served as the District Director for the SWSPGA Antigua Junior Tour for 9 years, conducting 6 annual junior tournaments around Northern Arizona.  After serving as Secretary and Vice President, in June of 2017, Jamey was elected as 25th President of the Southwest Section PGA.

Jamey was selected as the winner of the 2012 Southwest Section PGA Bill Strausbaugh Award.  This award is presented to a PGA Professional who by their day-to-day efforts, have distinguished themselves by mentoring their fellow PGA Professionals in improving their employment situations and through service to the community.  The winner demonstrates a record of service to the Southwest Section PGA, leadership ability, involvement in civic activities and local charitable causes with their community and is recognized as someone of outstanding character.