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Examples of "summerhays"
Reginald Sherriff Summerhays, often known as R. S. Summerhays, was a British expert and author in equine matters.
Daniel Summerhays (born December 2, 1983) is an American professional golfer. His brother Boyd Summerhays currently plays on the Canadian Tour. He is the nephew of Champions Tour player Bruce Summerhays and cousin of former LPGA Tour golfer Carrie Roberts.
Steven Bowditch, Harris English, Matt Jones, Daniel Summerhays, Justin Thomas
Branden Grace (15,16,18,19), Brooks Koepka (18,19), Daniel Summerhays
Jim Furyk, Sergio García, Branden Grace, Shane Lowry, Kevin Na (12), Scott Piercy, Daniel Summerhays
Summerhays was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He attended the University of Utah and turned professional in 1966. Summerhays spent his regular (under 50) career competing in mainly local events, but as a senior he has competed successfully on the Champions Tour. He has won three Champions Tour events and over $9 million in prize money.
Summerhays' daughter, Carrie Summerhays Roberts, an All-American golfer at Brigham Young University, played on the LPGA Tour and is now the women's golf coach for BYU. Two of his nephews are also professional golfers; Daniel plays on the PGA Tour, and Boyd plays on PGA Tour Canada.
The Homestead is also the site of an 18-hole golf course designed by Bruce Summerhays, Senior PGA Tour Pro.
The L.A. Theatre Works released an audio adaptation in 2004 (ISBN 978-158081-275-7) with Roger Rees as Lord Summerhays, Eric Stoltz as Johnny Tarleton, Victoria Tennant as Mrs. Tarleton, W. Morgan Sheppard as Mr. Tarleton, Joy Gregory as Hypatia, Tom Beyer as Bentley Summerhays, Tegan West as Joey Percival, Douglas Weston as Gunner/Julius Baker and Serena Scott Thomas as Lina Szczepanowska.
Paul Casey, Branden Grace, Emiliano Grillo, Tyrrell Hatton, Brooks Koepka (9), Hideki Matsuyama (10), William McGirt, Patrick Reed (9,10), Webb Simpson, Robert Streb, Daniel Summerhays
Jane Summerhays (born October 11, 1944 in Salt Lake City, Utah) is an American actress known for her work on stage, screen, and film. Her television credits include guest roles on "One Life to Live", "All My Children", "Tales from the Darkside", "Working It Out", "The Cosby Mysteries", "New York News", "Law & Order", "Sex and the City", and "Ed". Summerhays has also appeared in the 2001 film "This Train" in the role of Love and the 2005 film "Backseat" as the mother.
In 2016, Summerhays earned an entry into the U.S. Open by being fourth alternate, after going through sectional qualifying, he would finish the tournament T-8 to earn an exemption into the 2017 U.S. Open. Later in the year, at the PGA Championship, Summerhays finished in solo 3rd after birdieing six out of his last 10 holes in the final round. His finish earned him an invitation into the 2017 Masters Tournament and the 2017 PGA Championship.
Robert William Summerhays (born March 19, 1927) is a former American football linebacker and fullback in the National Football League who played for the Green Bay Packers. Summerhays played collegiate ball for Army and the University of Utah before being drafted by Green Bay Packers in the 4th round of the 1949 NFL Draft. He played professionally in the NFL for three seasons and retired in 1951.
Gary Summerhays () is a Canadian professional light heavy/cruiserweight boxer of the 1970s and '80s who won the Canada light heavyweight title, and Commonwealth light heavyweight title, his professional fighting weight varied from , i.e. light heavyweight to , i.e. cruiserweight.
Summerhays is probably best known for her stage work. She first appeared as a member of the ensemble in the national tour of "Nash at Nine" in 1975. She next performed in the original 1976 Laurence Olivier Award winning London production of "A Chorus Line" as Sheila at the Drury Lane Theatre. In 1978, Summerhays was cast as Lady Kay Wellington in the national touring production of "Oh, Kay!" which included performances at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. She then reprised the role the following year at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto. Later that year Summerhays made her Broadway debut, replacing Kelly Bishop, who originated the part on Broadway, as Sheila in "A Chorus Line". In 1979, she played the role of Jane in the Broadway production of "Sugar Babies", replacing actress Ann Jillian who originated the part. Summerhays also was the understudy for the lead role of Ann in the production and got to perform the role on a few occasions. In 1980, she played the roles of Zelda Fitzgerald and Sylvia Beach in the American Place Theatre's production of "Paris Lights". In 1981, she performed in a production of "Hey, Look Me Over!" at Avery Fisher Hall. In 1983, Summerhays returned to the Broadway production of "A Chorus Line" to once again play Sheila. In 1984, she appeared as Maria in "On Approval" at the Roundabout Theatre. In 1985, she played Jane and was the understudy for Ann in the national company tour of "Sugar Babies". In 1986, Summerhays starred as Lady Jaqueline Carstone in the original Broadway production and "Me and My Girl" for which she received a Drama Desk Award and a Tony Award nomination. She remained with the production for three years. Over the next two decades Summerhays appeared in several more Broadway productions including the roles of Diana in "Lend Me a Tenor", Elizabeth in "Taking Steps", Cynthia in "The Real Inspector Hound", the musical review "Dream", Fritzie and Fraulein Kost in "Cabaret", and Miss Madelaine True in "The Wild Party". Summerhays also appeared in several Off-Broadway and regional theater productions including "Sympathy Jones", "Camila", "Broadway Gypsies", "Good News", and "Promises, Promises".
Bruce Patton Summerhays (born February 14, 1944) is an American professional golfer. He served as a mission president for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Tampa, Florida.
Summerhays struggled during his rookie year on Tour, making only 8 cuts in 29 events. He finished 171st on the money list and had to go through qualifying school to earn his card for 2012. Summerhays began to find success in 2012. In February at the Mayakoba Golf Classic he finished in a tie for fifth and two weeks later, he finished in a tie for seventh at the Puerto Rico Open. He recorded his best PGA Tour finish to date in June at the Memorial Tournament, finishing in a tie for fourth. In July he lost a sudden-death playoff to Woody Austin at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Summerhays began playing on the Nationwide Tour full-time two weeks after winning the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational. In 2007, he played in 12 events and made 10 cuts while recording a top ten finish and four top 25 finishes. He earned $46,926 and finished 113th on the money list. 2008 was Summerhays first full year on tour. He made 16 of 28 cuts while recording four top tens and 10 top 25s. His best performances came at the Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open where he finished in a tie for second. He earned $177,845 and finished 35th on the money list. Summerhays struggled in 2009, making only 12 of 26 cuts while recording two top-10 finishes. He earned $70,540 and finished 81st on the money list. Summerhays had a breakthrough year in 2010, recording seven top-10 finishes including three runner-up finishes while earning $391,742 en route to a fifth-place finish on the money list, good enough for a PGA Tour card for 2011.
The music department was initially composed of a vocal and instrumental division. At the time the college was created, the department had limited full-time faculty (Robert Sauer, Franklin Madsen, Florence Jepperson Madsen, and Margaret Summerhays). Each of these faculty members was responsible for conducting all the classes for the department and the school’s group ensembles.
Summerhays is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and says his favorite books are the "Book of Mormon" and the "Bible". He and his wife, Carolyn, are the parents of eight children and have 30 grandchildren.