Rich Parker

With accomplishments spanning both his amateur and professional years, Rich Parker has rightfully earned his spot in the New Hampshire Golf Hall of Fame.  He is a two-time New Hampshire Junior Champion, winning in 1977 and 1978.  As a three-sport athlete at Plymouth State University, Parker found most of his success in golf, winning the ECAC individual title in 1982.  For all his accomplishments there, he was inducted into the Plymouth State Athletic Hall of Fame in 1993. 

Professionally, he won three New Hampshire Open titles, one Massachusetts Open, Maine Open and Vermont Open titles.  In 1990, he qualified and competed in the US Open at Medinah and competed in the 2010 US Senior Open.  He was named Vermont PGA Player of the Year in 1997 and New Hampshire PGA Player of the Year in 1999. 

Returning to his roots on the amateur side of competition, Parker won the 2018 New Hampshire Senior title and was named New Hampshire Senior Player of the Year that same year.  Currently, Parker is the Head Coach of the Dartmouth College Men’s Golf Team, a position he has held since 2005.