Scott Hebert

Scott Hebert has been a dominant player on the Michigan professional scene since the late 1990s and achieved at the national level as well.

Between 1997 and 2006 he won six Michigan Open Championships while also winning three times on professional tours and in 2008 claimed the PGA Professional National Championship.

An eight-time Michigan PGA Section Player of the Year, he’s earned 17 major championship titles in Michigan, making Scott tied for the all-time lead in major Michigan Section victories by a Michigan PGA Club Professional with Jeff Roth, who is also in the Hall of Fame.

In 2019 he turned 50 and in addition to winning the Michigan PGA Match Play title went on to win the very next week on the national level by taking the Senior PGA Professional Championship. He is one of just three golfers in history to win both the national PGA Professional Championship and the Senior PGA Professional Championship.

He shares the record of six Michigan Open titles with Hall of Famer Al Watrous, and in 2016 won his eighth Michigan PGA title. Nationally, he has played in five PGA Championships, over 10 PGA Tour events and led the victorious 2009 U.S. PGA Cup Team by winning all five of his matches in Scotland.

A native of Escanaba, he was a graduate of Ferris State University and is currently the head golf professional at Traverse City Golf & Country Club.

Year inducted: 2015

Last Name Hebert