25 Things You Didn’t Know About Ken May, CEO of Topgolf

25 Things You Didn’t Know About Ken May, CEO of Topgolf

By Kelsey Ogletree, September 22, 2016

6. If I could only watch one sport every day, it would be basketball.

7. My nickname in high school was Sugar Britches.

8. Next time the Olympics are in the U.S., they should be held in Dallas.

9. At a sports tourism conference or event, you can typically find me presenting.

10. I played my best round of golf/hit my best shot ever at Mountain Ranch in Arkansas.

11. The hardest part about working in the sports industry is getting established.

12. I believe the single most important quality in a leader is serving others.

13. Tony Dungy is the sports leader I admire most.

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