Dr. Jack Leddy
Dr. Jack Leddy has truly worked his way up the golf ladder. Starting as a caddy, he soon took up the game competitively, became president of the Royal Canadian Golf Association and held a membership in the Royal and Ancient club of St. Andrews, Scotland. In 1952, Dr. Leddy was named president of the Saskatchewan Golf Association.
Since 1954 Jack has been a governor of the R.C.G.A. and was selected its president in 1962. That same year he was named as the non-playing captain of the Canadian team in the World Cup matches in Japan. In 1966 he was one of 20 Canadian members of the Royal and Ancient club of St. Andrews who when to Scotland to present the club the Silver Beaver trophy which is competed for annually by all members of the Royal and Ancient. Jack has worked tirelessly to promote junior golf in Saskatchewan.
He was installed in the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame in 1971, was make an honorary member of the Saskatoon Riverside Country Club in 1985.