To the Golf Association of Ontario, Craig Revell represented what the game is all about. As a player he achieved tremendous heights,’and as a person he demonstrated respect for the game, for the underlying foundations of the game and for all who are involved in the game. While we will all miss his presence at every level of the game - local up to international - perhaps through this scholarship award’we can ensure that he is not forgotten
Presenting an annual Scholarship in Craig's name represents the fact that he not only achieved success on the golf course but also in all facets of his life. He recognized that achieving academic success was very important in maximizing future options.
Revell’s talent will be sadly missed by the golfing community he dearly loved. Revell once had a promising golf career ahead of him when he left Kingston in the fall of 2003 to attend Michigan State University on a golf scholarship. Craig’s golf resume includes a number of celebrations including winning the 2001 Junior Tournament of Champions and the Juvenile Tournament of Champions. 2002 saw him win the Ontario Junior Championship, and he would place third in the 2003 Ontario Men’s Amateur and be selected for the Willingdon Cup team while still of Junior age. Craig also began his College career at Michigan State by winning the first Collegiate event he competed in.