The Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Museum would like to highlight some important friends of the organization. Please click on a province below to learn about other Museums and Halls of Fame that are also related to golf.
BC GOLF MUSEUM
The BC Golf Museum maintains a news clipping file of golf articles that have appeared in local newspapers. These articles are added to the extensive news clippings contained in Golf Course binders. The library has an extensive collection of club histories published throughout the world. These books provide researchers with valuable ideas on how to compile a club history. Given that the first golf course built in BC was at Jericho Beach in 1892, that’s a lot of golf courses! If you are interested in learning more, please click here.
BC SPORTS HALL OF FAME
The BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum preserves and honours BC’s sport heritage. It recognizes extraordinary achievement in sport by using its collection and stories to inspire all British Columbians to pursue their dreams. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
ALBERTA GOLF HALL OF FAME
The Alberta Golf Hall of Fame honours the legacies of men and women who have made a difference on the Alberta golf scene, either as a skilled player, through distinguished service or as a builder. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
ALBERTA SPORTS HALL OF FAME
The Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum provides a family-friendly interactive experience. You’ll be surprised at what you discover inside. Have fun, laugh, play together and discover famous Alberta sports celebrities. Plan your birthday party, special events or corporate reception in a unique environment. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
CANADA’S SPORTS FALL OF FAME
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame highlights the stories and achievements of its Honoured Members so that all Canadians so that all Canadians can be inspired to be the best that they can be, in all aspects of life. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
SASKATCHEWAN GOLF HALL OF FAME
Preserving the history of the game and celebrating our successes through the Saskatchewan Golf Hall of Fame. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
MANITOBA GOLF HALL OF FAME
The Manitoba Golf Hall of Fame is dedicated to the recognition of extraordinary contributions and accomplishments made by Manitobans who have brought honour and distinction to the game of golf as competitors, both amateur and professional, builders and superintendents. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
MANITOBA SPORTS HALL OF FAME
The mandate of the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame is to recognize and honour those who have made their mark in Manitoba’s rich sports history, through their activities and achievements. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
ONTARIO GOLF HALL OF FAME
The Ontario Golf Hall of Fame is dedicated to the recognition of extraordinary contributions and accomplishments in the game of golf in Ontario. To be considered for election to the Hall of Fame, the nominee must have made an EXTRAORDINARY provincial, national or international contribution to the game of golf in Ontario. These achievements may be in the form of golfing accomplishments, of an illustrious golf-related career or of some other exceptional contribution to the sport. Nominees may be amateur golfers, playing/club professionals, course designers/managers, administrators or others. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
PGA OF CANADA HALL OF FAME
“The virtual PGA of Canada Hall of Fame is dedicated to our members—the men and women who have been the foundation of the Association since our inception in 1911,” says Warren Crosbie, PGA of Canada’s Hall of Fame Committee Chair. “It is a means to preserve our history, celebrate PGA of Canada members and, communicate our story to the public.” If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
QUÉBEC GOLF HALL OF FAME
The Québec Golf Association’s Hall of Fame was created by three past presidents of the QGA, Larry Boyle, Maurice Dagenais and Roger Legault. Their desire was to pay homage to the many great Québec players and builders who have distinguished themselves provincially, nationally or internationally. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
NEW BRUNSWICK SPORTS HALL OF FAME
The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame was established in 1970 to recognize and honour those athletes, teams and builders who have achieved outstanding success, and those who have made a significant contribution to the advancement of competitive sport in the province. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
NOVA SCOTIA SPORT HALL OF FAME
In 1975, the Hall of Fame was placed under the authority of Sport Nova Scotia. At this time, the name was changed to Sport N.S. Hall of Fame. The artifacts and other materials were moved from the Halifax Forum to the Sport Nova Scotia offices in December of 1975. The materials remained in storage for two years until they were displayed at Sport NS on Spring Garden Road, in Halifax. If you’re interested to learn more, please click here.
NEWFOUNDLAND LABRADOR GOLF HALL OF FAME
Golf Newfoundland Labrador is pleased to present the roll of inductees into the Provincial Golf Hall of Fame. These individuals have been nominated and selected from their pairs from across the province. These individuals have been great supporters, contributors and representatives of the sport and its an honour to acknowledge them. If you’re interested in learning more, please click here.
International Sport Heritage Association
The International Sport Heritage Association’s mission is to educate, promote and support organizations and individuals engaged in the celebration of sports heritage. To find out more about them, please click here.
Canadian Association For Sport Heritage
The Canadian Association For Sport Heritage is a national association of institutions, organizations, and individuals dedicated to the preservation of Canada’s rich sports heritage. To find out more about them, please click here.