Hall of Fame Nomination Information
Since its inception in 1984, the Kentucky Golf Hall of Fame has inducted outstanding Kentuckians who have made contributions to the game of golf. Members of the Kentucky Golf Hall of Fame are made up of men, women, amateurs, and professionals who have made an impact on Kentucky golf through playing achievements or contributing to growth, development, and promotion of the game and golfers.
Nominee must have been a Kentucky resident for a minimum of five years.
Nominee should have contributed to the golf industry in one or more of the following areas: Playing achievements, Contributions/Promotion of the Game, Contribution to Junior Golf, Teaching of the game, Golf Course Architecture, Turf Grass Research, Golf Course Management/Maintenance, and National recognition
Nominations remain active for three years. If your nominee has been nominated within the previous two years, renomination is not required; however, additional or updated materials may be submitted. After three years, nominations are removed from consideration by the committee and may be reconsidered after a one-year waiting period.
Currently Active Nominees: Cullan Brown, Barry Bonifield, Betty Baird Kregor, Mike Fields, Art Jordan, Thomas Morrison, Jackie Resinger.