Nomination Form & Guidelines

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 contribution to the game of golf in Ontario.

Nomination Form

OGHF Nomination Form

Nomination Guidelines

Each nomination package will be validated against guidelines below for the categories of Amateur Player, Professional Player or Builder.

These guidelines are a baseline for a nomination to be accepted NOT a baseline for induction. The final selection of inductees will be the responsibility of the Ontario Golf Hall of Fame Committee.

Amateur Golfer

  • Has reached the age of 40 years old
  • Has won a minimum of 3 individual provincial championships or 3 individual national championships or a combination thereof.
  • Has demonstrated significant golf connections to Ontario
  • Nomination package includes a letter of support from the Executive Director or equivalent officer of the national or provincial golf association (GAO, Golf Canada, etc.).

Professional Golfer

  • Has reached the age of 40 years old
  • Has won a minimum of 3 professional tour events or 3 Ontario PGA Championships or 3 CPGA National Championships or a combination thereof.
  • Has demonstrated significant golf connections to Ontario
  • Nomination package includes a letter of support from the Executive Director or equivalent officer of the professional golf association or golf tour (Ontario PGA, CPGA, Canadian Tour, PGA Tour, Nationwide Tour, etc).
  • Nominations would also meet the minimum guidelines if they include a combination of 3 wins at professional and amateur events falling within the listed guidelines above.

Builder

  • Has reached the age of 50 years old
  • Has contributed at least 25 years of service to the golf industry
  • Has demonstrated significant golf connections to Ontario
  • Nomination package includes a letter of support from an officer of the respective professional association/organization (Ontario PGA, OGSA, CPGA, CJAC, CSCM, etc).

NOTES:

  • The Ontario Golf Hall of Fame Committee has the right to consider a nomination which does not meet the minimum guidelines but falls within exceptional circumstances.
  • Every nomination must be seconded. Individuals may not nominate themselves.

Must be submitted by August 31

Nominations forms together with any supporting documentation, forwarded to:

Ontario Golf Hall of Fame
PO Box 970
Uxbridge, Ontario, L9P 1N3
admin@gao.ca