Toby Wade Chapin was a former partner and head golf professional at RiverPines Golf Club from 1988 to 1993. He won the 1989 Georgia Section PGA Championship and participated in the 1990 BellSouth Classic in Atlanta. He also played on the South African Tour in 1984. The Toby Wade Chapin Memorial Golf Tournament was created in 1993 in remembrance of Toby, who lost his lengthy battle with cancer. The year following Toby's passing, a room was named in his honor in the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Since then, the Toby Wade Chapin Family Room has offered countless families an oasis of normalcy in a clinical world.