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2022 Hall of Fame Inductees
Murali & Karuna Theegala

PGA golfer Sahith Theegala's parents, Muralidhar and Karuna Theegala, originally from Telangana, India, relocated to the United States in the late 1980s and now reside in Chino Hills, California. Muralidhar, an IIT Madras graduate, pursued his graduate studies at Kansas State University, while Karuna graduated from California State University, Fullerton.

 

Murali discovered his passion for golf upon moving to Los Angeles and introduced Sahith to the sport, recognizing his son's potential from an early age. Over the next 20 years, Murali and Karuna wholeheartedly supported Sahith's journey to the PGA Tour.

 

Last year, after retiring, they embarked on a cross-country journey to spend quality time with Sahith and their younger son Sahan, who is pursuing a career in medicine

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2023 Hall of Fame Inductees
Marco and May Corpuz

Allisen's dad Marcos is originally from the Ilocos region of the Philippines, while her mother, May, is from South Korea. Copuz's grandparents migrated to the United States when her father was just eight year old. Her family ended up settling in Hawaii.

Marcos is a dentist and an avid golfer, He encouraged his daughter Allisen to take up golf at the age of four as a way to bond with her. Her mother,  May, 

provided constant support and encouragement throughout her golf career.

 

Allisen's journey from a prodigious young talent to a celebrated golfer has been remarkable. At just 25 years old, she achieved a significant milestone by winning the prestigious 2023 US Women's Open at Pebble Beach, highlighting her parents dedciation and support to her over the last 20 years.

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