Reflection Bay Golf Club Instructor Jeff Gallagher Inducted to Indiana Golf Hall of Fame

HENDERSON, Nev. – Reflection Bay Golf Club Instructor and veteran PGA Pro Jeff Gallagher was recently inducted into the Indiana Golf Hall of Fame.

Gallagher, a native of Marion, Indiana, was inducted with his sister, Jackie Gallagher-Smith, who also played on professional tours.

Gallagher was the 1982 Indiana State Junior Champion and a 4-year letterman at Ball State University, later being inducted to the Ball State University Athletic Hall of Fame.

Since becoming a PGA Pro in 1987, Gallagher earned 34 top 10 finishes in tournaments and 6 top 10 finishes in the PGA Tour. He still competes on the PGA Champions Tour.

He also has several tournament trophies under his belt, winning the Ben Hogan Tour twice, as well as the Cleveland Open in 1990 and the Tour’s South Carolina Classic in 2000.

In 1998, he played the PGA Tour with a sixth-place finish at the Nissan and eighth-place finish at the Buick.

Overall, Gallagher has played in over 400 tournaments between all three tours.

In August 2018, Gallagher joined Reflection Bay Golf Club as the club’s instructor and PGA Pro. Today, Gallagher uses his decades of experience to give veteran golfers knowledge of how to improve their golf game. He also teaches junior golfers interested in playing college golf how to shoot lower scores.

Reflection Bay Golf Club is located in Henderson’s Lake Las Vegas resort community. The Best of Las Vegas Gold winner for 2019 golf courses is consistently recognized as the top resort course in Henderson. Built in 1998, Reflection Bay was designed by 18-time Major winner Jack Nicklaus and is designated as a prestigious Jack Nicklaus Signature Design. It is one of only three Nicklaus-designed courses in Southern Nevada. For more information, visit

Reflection Bay Golf Club also operates the High Performance Golf Institute (HPGI), a premier indoor and outdoor training facility. For more information about HPGI at Reflection Bay, visit