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.
RECOGNIZING THE PAST
After a highly selective evaluation process, the CGHOF annually inducts up to three new members at its induction banquet. Those enshrined at our museum at Riverdale Golf Courses in Brighton include more than 140 professional and amateur champions, administrators, club professionals, course architects, superintendents and other shapers of the game. Among them: BABE ZAHARIAS, HALE IRWIN, DOW FINSTERWALD, JUDY BELL, DALE DOUGLASS, STEVE JONES, JILL McGILL, MARK WIEBE, JAY MORRISH, CRAIG STADLER, TOM WOODARD and BILL LOEFFLER.
The Colorado Golf Hall of Fame museum at Riverdale Golf Course houses more than a century's worth of historically significant objects. We commit considerable resources to the the continual acquisition, collection, presentation and preservation of these treasures.
HONORING THE PRESENT
At its annual banquet, the Colorado Golf Hall of Fame also names a GOLF PERSON OF THE YEAR and give awards for DISTINGUISHED SERVICE and LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT. As of 2018, the FUTURE FAMER award will recognize excellence among young golfers.
ENSURING THE FUTURE
Golf is more than just a game. It builds character, encourages positive behavior and teaches valuable life lessons. The Colorado Golf Hall of Fame is committed to the development of future generations of golfers. To that end, we support local and statewide junior programs.
WHERE YOU COME IN
The Colorado Golf Hall of Fame needs your support to fulfill and sustain these initiatives. Contact Janet Moore for details on donations, sponsorship's and other creative ways in which you can help us continue to recognize excellence. You can also find ways to support us on this web site.