Hall of Fame
Criteria on which Hall of Fame recipients is based:
- Outstanding competitive career
This criteria can be fulfilled by outstanding performance in competitive play over a period of time on the state, sectional, or national level, or on a local level of competition, but not lower than a country club 54 hole invitational tournament.
- Outstanding golf promotion contributions
A person who has, on an ongoing basis, contributed or assisted in the promotion of the play or development of golf, such as the promotion of:
a.) Junior Programs
b.) Exhibitions benefiting the community
c.) Competitive Events
d.) Other acts that aided in the interest and participation in the game of golf.
- Outstanding golf administration contributions
Areas that will be considered in this criteria include outstanding performance, over a period of time, by a person who has served as an officer or in an executive position in a local, state, or national organization.
It is suggested that a nominee be named in 2 of the 3 categories. However, under certain exceptional circumstances, a person may qualify in only one of the criteria and be nominated.