Jules Huot

Category: Professional Golfer

Jules Huot

Year Inducted: 1977

Born: January 7, 1908
Died: February 2, 1999

Club Affiliations: Professional at Lake St. Joseph Golf Club in 1926; Course Superintendent at Kent Golf Club 1927-1929; Professional at Kent Golf Club 1930-1944; Professional at Le Club Laval-sur-le-lac 1945 to 1970.

The finest of all Quebec golf professionals, Jules Huot’s victory at the 1937 General Brock Open marked the first time a Canadian professional had won a PGA tournament. Known as “ le petit Jules” in Quebec, this diminutive player captured the CPGA Championship and the Quebec Open three times, won five Quebec PGA Championships and finished as low Canadian professional at the Canadian Open on two occasions.


  • 1937 General Brock Open Tournament


  • 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955 Played against in Hopkins Trophy Matches
  • 1954 Canada Cup (now World Cup) Team 


  • PGA of Canada Champion: 1934, 1939, 1946 
  • Low Canadian Professional in the Canadian Open: 1931, 1935 
  • Low Canadian in Labatt Open: 1953-1954 


  • Quebec Open Golf Champion: 1934, 1945, 1958   
  • Quebec Spring Open Champion:1932, 1935, 1951, 1952 
  • Quebec PGA Champion: 1946-1947   
  • 1955 Ontario Open Championship 
  • Quebec PGA Champion: 1955, 1958, 1959

Other items of note:

  • Writer and publisher of a golf book entitled “Le Golf” now third edition.
  • In recognition of his loyal services as professional, he was named Honorary Life Member by Le Club Laval.


Inducted to Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame in 1978

Inducted to Quebec Sports Hall of Fame in 1996

Inducted to Quebec Golf Hall of Fame in 1996

Inducted to PGA of Canada Hall of Fame in 2014


Photos of Jules Huot from our collection.