Pat Fletcher

Category: Professional Player

Pat Fletcher with the Seagram Gold Cup after winning the 1954 Canadian Open.

Inducted: 1976

Born: June 18, 1916
Died: July 20, 1985

Pat Fletcher, longtime professional at the Royal Montreal Golf Club, was the last Canadian to win the Canadian Open. His victory in 1954 at Vancouver’s Point Grey Golf and Country Club came on the heels of his CPGA Championship win in 1952 and three Saskatchewan Open victories in 1947, 1948 and 1951. Fletcher spent a decade as head professional at Saskatchewan Golf and Country Club before moving to Royal Montreal in 1956. He held the position of president of the PGA of Canada from 1962 through 1965.


  • 1952 PGA Championship of Canada Champion
  • 1954 Canadian Open Champion


  • Saskatchewan Open Champion: 1947-1948, 1951
  • Quebec Spring Open Champion: 1956-1957

Other Items of Note:

  • President of the Canadian Professional Golfers’ Association (1962 to 1965 inclusive) during which time he made many significant contributions to the progress of the CPGA.


Inducted to the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame in 1974

Inducted to Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame in 1975

Inducted to Quebec Golf Hall of Fame in 1998

Inducted to Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame in 2007

Inducted to the Saskatchewan Golf Hall of Fame in 2010

Inducted to PGA of Canada Hall of Fame in 2014

Inducted to BC Golf Hall of Fame in 2017