Jay Haas & Miller Brady
PGA TOUR Champions


noon Monday May 13
Luncheon sponsored by:
The Gertrude Orr Donor Advised Fund of the Akron Community Foundation, Huntington Bank, Advisor


$25 per seat, includes lunch

One table equals eight seats. Online reservations are available until 24 hours prior to the luncheon. Please call 330-247-8682 for last minute reservations.

Meal selection must be made at time of reservation.

Luncheon Schedule

  1. 11:30 am - Will-call tickets available
  2. 11:45 am - Doors open
  3. 12:00 pm - Lunch served
  4. 12:20 pm - Presentation begins
  5. 1:00 pm - Luncheon concludes


Quaker Station
135 South Broadway Street
Akron, OH 44308

Luncheon Menu

Beef Enchiladas served with Spanish rice, refried beans, avocado crème and pico de gallo

Vegetarian/Gluten Free - Vegetable Enchiladas


about the speaker

PGA TOUR Champions President Miller Brady and PGA TOUR Champions Player Jay Haas will join the Akron Roundtable to deliver an overview of the upcoming Bridgestone SENIOR PLAYERS Championship, which will debut July 11-14, 2019, at Firestone Country Club. In addition to commenting on the storied history of the Tour’s premier major championship, Brady will also touch on a range of topics including the strong momentum of PGA TOUR Champions, World Golf Hall of Fame members and golf legends currently playing on Tour and the approaching star power of the upcoming rookie classes.
Jay Haas was born in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1953 to a family that would grow to have an extensive golf history. The PGA TOUR Champions veteran was introduced to golf by his uncle, 1968 Masters Tournament winner Bob Goalby. His brother Jerry is the golf coach at Wake Forest University and his brother-in-law Dillard Pruitt played the PGA TOUR and is now a Rules Official. His son Jay Jr. played college golf at Augusta State and currently caddies for his dad on PGA TOUR Champions. Finally, his second son, Bill, plays on the PGA TOUR with six victories to his name in addition to the 2011 FedExCup. After playing college golf at Wake Forest University, an experience which was highlighted by the team’s 1975 NCAA Championship title, Haas turned professional in 1976. Throughout his career he has collected nine PGA TOUR victories, 18 PGA TOUR Champions victories and two Charles Schwab Cups. He was recipient of the 2004 Payne Stewart Award, 2005 Jim Murray Award, 2005 Bob Jones Award, and was named captain of the 2015 United States Presidents Cup Team. Haas and his wife Jan reside in Greenville, South Carolina, with all five children and eight grandchildren living in the area as well.
Miller Brady, a 19-year veteran of the PGA TOUR, was named President of PGA TOUR Champions on January 1, 2019. Brady stepped into the role after most recently working under Greg McLaughlin as Senior Vice President & Chief of Operations, where his responsibilities included direct oversight of tournament business affairs, operations, competitions and player relations as well as scheduling. In previous roles at the TOUR, Brady gained valuable experience within the Corporate Marketing department and as Special Assistant to the Commissioner (Tim Finchem) during the development of the FedExCup. Brady began working in the sports industry in 1996 with Advantage International (now Octagon), overseeing BMW’s grassroots golf program and eventually Bank of America’s PGA TOUR Sponsorship of the West Coast Swing. He is from Atlanta and is a graduate of Georgia Southern University.