- FSGA President: 2000 - 2001
- Senior Player of the Year: 2015, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005
- Amateur Player of the Year: 2006, 2004, 2002
- 2012 Mid-Amateur Champion
- 2007 Senior Amateur Champion
2015 Senior Player of the Year
For the majority of the season, Gordon Marshall had a stronghold on the Senior Player of the Year Points List. However, a late run of excellent golf by now eight-time Senior Player of the Year, Rick Woulfe, of Fort Lauderdale, would quickly change that. Rick has countless accolades, and added more in 2015. Woulfe would finish tied for fourth in the Senior/Mid-Amateur Four-Ball Championship with Stephen Anderson, tied for 16th in the Senior Amateur Championship, and tied for fourth at the Mid-Amateur Four-Ball (South) in the spring.
Woulfe would start the summer off hot, capturing medalist honors at the Senior Amateur Match Play Championship, and advancing to the semifinals of the event. Exempt to the Amateur Championship, Woulfe failed to make the cut. Paired with Senior Amateur Champion, Gordon Marshall, the duo would post a tied for seventh finish at the Four-Ball Championship in July. In August, Woulfe would steal the opening round lead at the Florida Senior Open, on his way to a tied for tenth finish.
Rick qualified for the U.S. Senior Amateur Championship, moving on to match play and advancing to the Round of 32. Woulfe finished the year by qualifying for match play at the Mid-Amateur Championship and made it to the Quarterfinals. In the Southeastern Challenge, Rick contributed to Florida's victory by going 3 and 2 in his matches to defend the title.
Rick was the 2012 Senior Player-of-the-Year recipient earning 12,641 overall points on the year. Rick began the year with a first place finish in the Senior/Mid-Am Four-Ball, partnering with Don Bell to shoot 61-67 to capture the crown. Next, Rick garnered medalist honors in the stroke play qualifying portion of the Senior Amateur Match Play Championship. Rick advanced to the final coming up just short and finishing runner-up to Howard Logan in the final match by a result of one-down. Rick also qualified for the U.S. Senior Amateur Championship at the Mountain Ridge CC, in West Caldwell, NJ, and advanced to the match play portion of the championship. Finally, his great year was capped off by qualifying for and winning the 31st Mid-Amateur Championship. This is the seventh time Woulfe has earned Senior Player-of-the-Year honors.