Colorado Golf Hall of Fame

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Colorado Golf Hall of Fame


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Founded in 1973, the Colorado Golf Hall of Fame honors men and women who have made a profound impact on Colorado golf. It also promotes the future of the game while recognizing achievement and preserving Colorado’s golf history.

After a highly selective evaluation process, the CGHOF annually inducts up to three new members at its induction banquet. Those enshrined include more than 140 professional and amateur champions, administrators, club professionals, course architects, superintendents and other shapers of the game.

The new Colorado Golf Hall of Fame museum at the Broadmoor Resort Golf Club in Colorado Springs houses more than a century’s worth of historically significant objects. We commit considerable resources to the continual acquisition, collection, presentation and preservation of these treasures.






Colorado Golf Hall of Fame



Collection Items

Dan Hogan's framed USGA medals and pins.
A set of golf medals and pins won by Dan Hogan in framed in brown wood. Includes 1) In Grateful Appreciation of Service to Golf as a USGA Committee Member, 1988-1989; 2) 4 USGA medallions; 3) USGA Committee pin; 4) 6 USGA Amateur Public Links…

Marcia Bailey's LPGA Master Professional Teaching Division Award
An award on a wood framed plaque that says "LPGA, Marcia Bailey, Master Professional Teaching Division, 1981."

John Gardner's USGA Isaac B. Granger medal, 2008
A wood framed plaque featuring the Isaac B. Granger medal on a red medal ribbon. A plate at the bottom says, "The United States Golf Association honors John R. Gardner, II for more than 25 years of dedicated service as a volunteer."

Jim Bailey's Professional Golfer's Association Horton Smith Award plaque, 1976
A wood framed plaque of the Professional Golfers' Association's Horton Smith Award for contributions to golf education for James M. Bailey, 1976.

Tom Woodard's Golf Views Magazine panel
Golf Views Magazine cover (Aug/Sept 2006) and article featuring Tom Woodard. Cover text says, "It's unlikely any golfer has followed through their charted course and made a bigger difference in Denver Golf than Tom Woodard."

Bill Loeffler's USGA Mid Amateur Championship gold medal, 1986
A gold medallion that says, "1986 Mid-Amateur Championship Annandale Madison, MS Winner"

Barbara McIntire's U.S. Women's Amateur Championship trophy
A silver cup with lid that says, "1964 Women's Amateur Championship, Prairie Dunes Country Club, Hutchinson, Kansas, Winner." CGHOF Names of winners include Babe Zaharias 1946; Barbara McIntire 1959, 1964; Jill McGill 1993, 1994 Runner-Up; Tish…

Tom Babb's Colorado Open clip, 1992
Gold clip with black enamel that says, "The Colorado Open, CU Cancer Center, 1992"
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