Jones was an ambassador of golf in our community and spent endless hours at the Recreation Center practicing, playing, and in fellowship, with the many patrons that play at the Ewell Butler Golf Course.
His connection with young golfers was limitless, garnering respect with his playing abilities, but his sincerity in teaching them to do the right thing was truly the key to that connection.
Jones was one of Marshall County's golfing champions, winning countless tournaments at the Recreation Center and throughout Middle Tennessee and North Alabama, including multiple Marshall County Open Championships.
On Tuesday, Feb. 14, the Lewisburg City Council unanimously approved a request to name the walking bridge between Number 3 green and Number 4 tee box the Jeff Jones Memorial Bridge.
On Sept. 3, Jones' friends flocked to his beloved golf course to compete in the first Jeff Jones Memorial Golf Tournament, with all the proceeds donated to the Marshall County High School, Forrest and Cornersville golf teams.
At the end of the day, the winners in Championship Flight were Brian Scott, Guy Chambers, Chris Harrelson, and Buddy Wiles.
First Flight winners were Robbie Giles, Jason Donahue, Luke Buckley, and Ryan Perryman.
Closest to the pin winners were Rodney Little, Donnie Griffis, John Karby, and Buck Beard.
Jones remains missed by all that knew him and played golf with him and this honor will be a lasting tribute to Jones and will be seen by all those that knew him and those future golfers that will continue to play the Lewisburg Recreation Center Golf Course.