Jamey Lewis, a PGA Professional, oversees golf facilities and offers management and consulting services to golf establishments in Arizona. Presently, he manages the Sun City Country Club in Sun City, Arizona.
Originally from Oklahoma City, Jamey boasts more than two decades of experience as a golf professional, with a background in operations spanning Texas, Colorado, and Arizona. His introduction to the Arizona golf scene occurred in 1995, and he spent 12 years at Oakcreek Country Club in Sedona, Arizona. During his tenure, Jamey played a crucial role in a multimillion-dollar facility renovation and established the Sedona Open, a prominent tournament event for the Southwest Section PGA.
Jamey's leadership extends to the Southwest Section PGA, where he was elected to the Board of Directors in 2010. Serving as Chairman, he led various committees, including the Apprentice, Awards, Communications, Finance, Strategic Planning, and Employment Committees. Currently, he also holds a position on the Southwest PGA Foundation board. For nine years, Jamey served as the District Director for the SWSPGA Antigua Junior Tour, organizing six annual junior tournaments across Northern Arizona. After fulfilling roles as Secretary and Vice President, he was elected as the 25th President of the Southwest Section PGA in June 2017.
In recognition of his contributions, Jamey received the 2012 Southwest Section PGA Bill Strausbaugh Award. This accolade is bestowed upon a PGA Professional who, through their day-to-day efforts, has distinguished themselves by mentoring fellow PGA Professionals, improving employment situations, and actively participating in community service. The recipient demonstrates leadership, civic involvement, and outstanding character within the Southwest Section PGA community.