Bobby Heins is one of those unique professionals who may qualify for consideration both as a player and for his years of Section service while leading Old Oaks Country Club as their head professional for over a quarter of a century. During that time he has held every Met PGA office except the Presidency and earned the Bill Strausbaugh Award three times (1997, ’98, 2002) for his work with employment and club relations. He also has been honored as the Teacher of the Year in 2008 and was named the 2000 Metropolitan PGA Professional of the Year. His playing record includes career victories in the 2008 and ’09 MGA Senior Open, 2009 and 2001 Met PGA Senior Match Play and the 2008 Met PGA Seniors Championship. He is still competitive outside the senior circles and is a 6-time Westchester Open Champion, two-time Met Open winner and the 1990 NY State Open and Westchester PGA titleholder. He also won the Dodge Open and Nissan Classic. He has twice earned Met PGA Player of the Year honors (1983 and 1990) and is a 6-time Met PGA Senior Player of the Year. He has played in 3 PGA Championships, making 1 cut and 4 PGA Senior Championships, surviving the cut in three of those events.