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David Honeycutt, of Myrtle Beach, SC completed his two-year term as the President of USTA South Carolina in December 2007.  As the Immediate Past President, Honeycutt serves on the USTA SC Board of Directors and on the USTA SC Executive Committee. Honeycutt serves USTA SC as Chairman of the Investment Management Committee, Chairman of the Nominating Committee, and as a member of the Long Range Planning Committee, the Bylaws & Policies Committee, and the Budget Committee. He also serves as the Chairman of Board of the South Carolina Tennis Patrons Foundation and as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Southern Tennis Patrons Foundation. He also serves on the Southern Section Tennis Innovations Sub-Committee. Nationally, Honeycutt serves as a member of USTA’s Tennis Innovations Committee. Locally, Honeycutt serves as the President of the Board of Directors of the Grand Strand Tennis Foundation.

Honeycutt started playing tennis in 1995. He is an avid 4.0 league player and participates in the Adult, Senior, Mixed Doubles, COMBO, Super Senior, and Super Senior COMBO Leagues.  He is also active as a USTA and ITA certified tennis referee and umpire. 

Honeycutt received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1966.  Following graduation, he served in the United States Air Force for 27 years retiring in 1993 in the grade of Colonel.  Following his Air Force retirement, Honeycutt worked for eight years as the General Manager of Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday, a non-profit trade association that markets the golf-tourism industry for the Grand Strand/Myrtle Beach, SC area. Honeycutt retired in 2001.

Honeycutt’s wife Susie is the USTA Local League Coordinator for the Grand Strand Tennis League.  She also serves on USTA SC’s Adult Competition Committee and the Sanction and Schedule Committee. The Honeycutts have three adult children---a son and two daughters.

 

 
 
 
 
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