Golf in Connecticut dates back into the 1800s. Since those early days of golf course construction, millions of people in the state have played golf, or worked or volunteered in various aspects of the game. The Connecticut Golf Hall of Fame immortalizes the achievements of the most exceptional individuals in Connecticut’s golf community over this long history.
The Connecticut Golf Hall of Fame Committee consists of a Chairperson, appropriate CSGA staff members, and a number of committee members appointed by the Connecticut State Golf Association (CSGA) Executive Committee. The Committee is responsible for identifying, researching, and recommending to the CSGA Executive Committee for inclusion in the Golf Hall of Fame individuals from Connecticut who have distinguished themselves in golf as persons who have achieved high ranking as players through their skill, sportsmanship, and character or persons whose career in golf is considered exceptional at a state, regional or national level.
Induction into the Connecticut Golf Hall of Fame requires a 70% vote by the Golf Hall of Fame committee and the CSGA Executive Committee.
Please find the Connecticut Golf Hall of Fame nomination form by clicking here. Or for more information or any questions you might have, please contact:
Bill Wallace, Chair
Connecticut Golf Hall of Fame