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OUR 2018 MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN IS UNDERWAY!

THANK YOU TO ALL WHO PURCHASED A NEW MEMBERSHIP AND TO ALL WHO RENEWED THEIR MEMBERSHIP TO DATE. 

The name for each membership purchased or renewed before December 31st, 2017 will be entered into a draw for a framed Mike Weir piece of Masters memorabilia. 

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GOLF HALL OF FAME OF BC 

2017 INDUCTION CEREMONY AND DINNER

The Board of Directors of the BC Golf House society would like to thank everyone who supported the 2017 Golf Hall of Fame of BC dinner and induction ceremony. 

We extend a special thank-you to Adam Zubeck, the General Manager, and  the Board of Directors of the Point Grey Golf & Country Club for hosting our ninth Hall of Fame Induction. 

Thank-you to Brad Bell, the clubhouse manager,  and his staff at Point Grey for their ingenuity to fit 155 guests into their banquet space. They created an intimate, friendly space for the guests. Thank-you to  Kelly Murray and his wife for traveling from Florida to attend. Thank-you to Rick Gibson and his wife for traveling from Malaysia.

Thank-you to Jay Janower for being the Master of Ceremonies for the Induction Ceremony. Using his excellent communication skills as well as his golfing knowledge he added flow to the festivities. 

Over half the guests had never attended a previous induction. From the many comments since the October 18th, 2017, everyone enjoyed the dinner and the ceremony.  

The next Golf Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be in 2019. Nominations are now open. Please go to the nomination form to nominate outstanding BC players. 

2017 INDUCTEES TO THE GOLF HALL OF FAME OF BC

NEWS RELEASE 

HALL OF FAME OF BC 2017 INDUCTEES

The BC Golf House Society would like to announce the 2017 Inductees to the Golf Hall of Fame of BC:

1979 WILLINGDON CUP TEAM, PATRICK FLETCHER, BRENT FRANKLIN, HOLLY (BOTHAM) HORWOOD, AND COLLEEN MCCULLOCH

 

1979 BC Willingdon Cup Team (Winner)

Steve Berry

Rick Gibson

Kelly Murray   

Doug Roxburgh

 

 

 

Pat Fletcher

PLAYING RECORD

Professional

Alberta Open runner-up 1946

Alberta Open runner-up 1947

Saskatchewan Open Champion 1947

Saskatchewan Open Champion 1948

Winnipeg Jubilee runner-up 1949

Saskatchewan Open Champion 1951

Canadian PGA Champion 1952

Saskatchewan Open runner-up 1952

Saskatchewan Open runner-up 1954

Canadian Open 1953 Low Canadian Professional

Canadian Open Champion 1954

Saskatchewan Open runner-up 1955

Quebec Spring Open Champion 1956

Quebec Spring Open tied 2nd place 1957

Bermuda Professional Championship Winner 1957

CPGA Seniors runner-up 1968

 

TEAM RECORD

World Cup Team Member 1952, ’53, ’54, ’55

 

Brent Franklin

 PLAYING RECORD

Amateur

BC Juvenile Boys Champion 1982

Vancouver and City District Junior Champion 1983

BC Junior Champion 1983, ’84

Canadian Junior Champion 1983, ’84

BC PGA Steel Brothers Match Play Champion 1983

Canadian Amateur Champion 1985, ’86, ’87

Alberta Amateur Champion 1985

Sun Devil Phoenix Thunderbird Individual Champion 1985

Cougar Golf Classic Champion 1985, ’87

Fresno Golf Classic Individual Champion 1986

Fresno State Pepsi Golf Classic Champion 1986

 

Professional

CPGA Champion 1988

Blue Light Pro-AM Champion 1989

Alberta Open runner-up 1989

Canadian TPC runner-up 1989

du Maurier Ltd. Order of Merit third place 1989

Qualified for Japan PGA Tour 1990

Acom International runner-up 1991

Suntory Open third place 1991

Dunlop Open runner-up 1992

Japan Open runner-up 1992

Chunichi Crowns runner-up 1992

BC TEL Pacific Open runner-up 1994

 

TEAM RECORD

BC Junior Team Member 1982, ’83, ’84

World Junior Team Member 1983

Alberta Willingdon Cup Team (winning team) 1985, ’86, ’87

First-team All-American 1986

World Amateur Team (winning team) 1986

World Cup Team 1988, ’92

Dunhill Cup Team 1992

 

Holly (Botham) Horwood 

PLAYING RECORD

Amateur

BC Junior Girl’s runner-up 1966

PNGA Junior Girls runner-up 1969

BC Junior Girl’s Champion 1970

Canadian Junior Girls Champion 1970

Vancouver City & District Champion 1971,’73

BC Senior Women’s Champion 2006, ’07,’16

Zone 4 Amateur Champion 2010,’14,’15

Zone 4 Senior 2010,’14,’15,’17

Alberta Senior Women’s runner-up 2012,’16

PNGA Senior Women’s Champion 2012

BC Senior Women’s runner-up 2014, ’17

BC Super Senior Women’s Champion 2014, ’16

BC Super Senior Women’s runner-up 2017

Canadian Super Senior Women’s Champion 2016

 

TEAM RECORD

BC Junior Girls Team -1966, ’69,’70  (Winners of the Ada Mackenzie Trophy in 1970)

BC Senior Women’s Team 2002,’03, ’06, ’07 (winning team), ’14, ’16, ’17

BC PNGA Cup member 2007,’08,’16

 

Colleen McCulloch

 PLAYING RECORD

Amateur

Canadian Ladies Open 1961 medallist

Canadian Senior Women runnerup 1975

BC Women’s Amateur Champion 1956

BC Women’s Amateur runnerup 1958, ’60, ’61

Vancouver City and District Champion 1961

BC Senior Women Champion 1978, ’79, ’81, ’82, ’85

Vancouver City and District Senior Champion 1984, ’88, ’89

 

TEAM RECORD

BC Women’s Team 1958, ’59 (winners of Low Net Crockett Trophy), ’61 (winners of the Low Gross RCGA Team trophy), ’62, ’63

Canadian Open Club Team Match Point Grey Team 1961 (winners of RCGA Club Team trophy)

BC Senior Women’s Team 1975, ’76, ’77, ’78, ’79, ’81, ’82, ’85, ’87 (winners of the K.   Helleur trophy in ’75, ’76, ’77)

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British Columbia’s Golf History
The British Columbia Golf House is a registered non-profit, created in 1987 with the express purpose of preserving, recording and displaying the history of golf and the golfers of the province. The Society is able to issue tax receipts for donations, both financial and for golf items of historical significance. It is membership based and looks to golfers in British Columbia for support through memberships and donations.

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Situated in the original clubhouse of the University Golf Club in Vancouver, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, the building is actually the province’s oldest building built for golf and still used for that purpose.
When a new operating lease was awarded in the mid-eighties, the golf course, designed by A. V. Macan, a prolific west coast resident golf course architect and built in 1930, underwent a renovation that involved the creation of some new holes, and a driving range and a new clubhouse. That made the original clubhouse, in its location adjacent to the new 17th tee, somewhat redundant. Discussions were held as to what to do with the building which had fallen into disrepair. One suggestion was to turn it into a neighbourhood pub. That didn’t go over well with some local residents.

A group of volunteers, some of whom were golf collectors felt it would be perfect golf museum and they set about to convince the province and city of the wisdom of such an idea. The fact that no one had budgeted for demolition costs gave them sufficient time to raise both money and support. The plan was to establish a place where all the golf associations could come together under one roof. For a variety of reasons that did not come to pass, however the name stuck and the BC Golf House was created.  In  May of 1989, PGA Tour star and BC resident, Dave Barr, used a ‘track iron’ from the late 1700’s and a feathery ball to officially tee off and open the BC Golf House. Since that day the Golf House has weathered the storms of financial hardship that all such organizations must endure, to emerge as the only independent golf museum and library in any province or state in North America. On display is an extensive collection of clubs (dating back to 1790), bags and golf balls. Imagine a golf club that is adjustable for both loft and length, as well as right or left handed! One club is all you would need to play golf! It is on display in the Museum! There is also a library of over 5000 volumes of collectible books, reference books and general interest titles. There are 52 categories of ‘collectibles’ on display throughout the Museum.

Keeping record
An important function of the Museum is the maintenance of a reference library filled with information on virtually every golf course that has ever existed in British Columbia, along with over 1500 player biographies, and the tournament records from all events with a history of greater than 25 years.

Honouring our greatest competitive achievements
In 2001 the Golf Hall of Fame of BC was created to honour golfers, whose competitive achievements brought honour and recognition to themselves and to British Columbia. Every odd numbered year there is a Hall of Fame Induction and to date there are 34 Honoured Members and 1 team  in the Hall of Fame.

The Golf Museum and the Golf Hall of Fame of BC are both integral to the fabric of the game in British Columbia and are housed within the BC Golf House.

 

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