Hall of Fame
In 2005, the Alberta Golf Association introduced a Hall of Fame and Distinguished Service Award induction process to honor the legacies of men and women who have made a difference on the Alberta golf scene.
The Hall of Fame inductees are players who shall:
- Be an adult, male or female, of any race, color or creed, not necessarily living at the time of consideration;
- Be, at least, 55 years of age at the time of consideration;
- Be a resident of the territory served by the AGA during the period of accomplishments;
- Be an amateur golfer during the period of accomplishments;
- Be a person who has brought recognition to Alberta primarily through a) excellence in golf championship play at the international, national, regional, and/or provincial level; and/or b) outstanding contributions of time and effort in the advancement of golf, all with exemplary conduct.
- Members may be persons either living or deceased who are or have at some time been Alberta citizens.
Distinguished Service Award honorees shall:
- Have resided within the AGA territorial boundaries when the majority of extraordinary contributions to the AGA and amateur golf were made.
- Have made a significant contribution to the AGA. However, service to other national, regional, state/provincial or local golf associations may be taken into account.
- Be selfless and have devoted service Above and beyond the call of duty.
- Be recipients of the highest character and integrity who embody the true spirit of amateur golf and have worked to protect and foster its traditions in Alberta.
- Male or female recipients may be living (no age restriction) or deceased.
- Nomination forms must be submitted to the AGA by June 1st each year.