Ruby Stone


Ruby served on the national USGA Junior Girls Golf Committee for 26 years. She was largely responsible for bringing Junior Girls Golf to Idaho.

She mentored many young golfers, teaching them social skills and sportsmanlike conduct worthy of a champion. She herself won many golf tournaments. The Boise Special Olympics Golf Tournament is named after Ruby Stone.

She earned many awards for her performance in the Legislature and with the state golf community. She was the first woman in the nation to serve as president of a state golf association. She was the second woman in the nation to serve on the board of directors of a state golf association.

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