Cleveland High School Alumni

Cleveland, Texas (TX)

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Eldon Wayne Massey

Class of 1983

There’s no substitute for experience in business, and Wayne Massey has a wealth of it in the field of golf course construction, including work alongside the game’s leading architects on some of the finest golf courses in the U.S. Wayne entered the profession in 1983 and worked with Earth Force until 1992, a period during which he worked as shaper on the TPC at Southwind, home of the PGA Tour’s Federal Express St. Jude Classic in Memphis, TN; project manager/shaper at Commonwealth National in Lansdale, PA and the Tom Fazio-designed Centennial nine at Philadelphia Country Club. Wayne also worked closely during that time with Ron Prichard, a Massachusetts-based architect with a reputation for first-class restorations of the early 20th century’s classic courses.
In 1992, Wayne moved to Landscapes Unlimited. Wayne’s experience with LU includes work on acclaimed Tom Fazio designs at White Columns in Alpharetta, GA; Reynolds National in Greensboro, GA; and Glenn Oaks in Des Moines, IA; as well as Rees Jones’ heralded design of Poppy Ridge in Livermore, CA. With Mike O’Shea, Wayne founded Medalist Golf in 1996, and his experience has paid off in the completion of more than two-dozen projects, including some of the highest-quality golf courses in the Southeast.

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Military Alumni

Military High School Alumni

Honoring Our Heroes

This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!

Lost Class Rings

Have you lost your Cleveland High School class ring? Have you found someone's class ring? Visit our Indians lost class ring page to search for your class ring or post information about a found ring.

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