About the OVGA Hall of Fame
The Ottawa Valley Golf Association's roots date back to 1921, when it was known as the Province of Quebec Golf Association, Ottawa District. The OVGA Hall of Fame was launched in 2021 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the OVGA.
The purpose of the OVGA Hall of Fame is to acknowledge, honour, and perpetuate the memory of those who have made a significant and positive contribution to golf in the area served by the OVGA. To be eligible for induction into the OVGA Hall of Fame, candidates should have lived or pursued their golfing activities in the area served by the OVGA, and have reached the age of 35.
There are two categories of nominees:
The OVGA Hall of Fame Committee comprises:PLAYERSAmateur or professional golfers will be judged on their wins in OVGA and area championships, provincial, national, and international competitions, and their significant contributions to the game of golf in the area served by the OVGA and beyond.BUILDERSBuilders are persons or organizations that have demonstrated a significant impact and influence on golf in the area served by the OVGA and beyond as administrators, course managers, volunteers, media, and others.
Dru Lafave – Co-Chair, OVGA PresidentJoe McLean – Co-Chair. OVGA Historian and Former PresidentAlex Pugh – OVGA Director, Intersectionals and Former PresidentRoss Heuchan – Royal Ottawa Golf Club Heritage Committee
For questions about the OVGA Hall of Fame, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.