Keith Ohr, PGA
Lake Forest Country Club
Head PGA Professional
If you have ever had the good fortune to play in a Kentucky PGA Pro-Am, chances are you have seen Keith Ohr's name atop the leader board a time or two. He is also the proud owner of one of the greatest video clips in PGA Championship history, when he made a leap from a large fairway bunker in the 2010 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits.
Ohr is an Estill County native who boasts a long list of golf accomplishments - as well as being the Head PGA Professional at the prestigious Lake Forest Country Club in Louisville.
He has participated in seven PGA Professional National Championships and (as previously mentioned) advanced to the PGA Championship in 2010. He has been named the Kentucky PGA Player of the Year an astonishing six times and has also won the Kentucky Open twice (2001 & 2012). He has many other Pro-Am and Kentucky PGA tournament wins under his belt.
Ohr, who played his collegiate golf at the University of Louisville, lives in Louisville with his wife, Andrea and twins: daughter, Amelia and son, Andrew.
7 time participant in the National Club Professional Championship
6 time Kentucky PGA Player of the Year
2013 & 2015 Kentucky Section Championship Winner
2001 & 2012 Kentucky Open Champion
2010 Overall finish of 9th in National Club Professional Championship
2010 Participated in the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits, WI