Kevin J. Sullivan
Inducted in 2006
Kevin J. Sullivan was the longtime caddie and coach of William “Bill” McMahon of the U.S. Blind Golf Association. He met McMahon at a Lions Club golf tournament in his hometown of Framingham, Massachusetts, and was so impressed with McMahon’s ability as a golfer that he offered his services both on and off the golf course. They later partnered with PGA Professional Kurt Sokolowski and logged impressive wins in tournaments throughout the country for almost two decades.
Sullivan has enthusiastically trained and mentored blind golfers of all ages, and he participates in fundraising activities to introduce impaired golfers to the game.
For his work promoting the important role of caddies in the game of golf and for making golf a more inclusive sport for all, Kevin J. Sullivan earned a place in the Caddie Hall of Fame.