Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Museum
The “grand old game’s” roots in North America were established with the formation of The Royal Montreal Golf Club in 1873, making Canada the birthplace of organized golf on this continent.
With such a rich history in this country, the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame preserves and honours the traditions of golf from its early European origins to the present day’s modern equipment and superstar players. Casual players and golf aficionados will enjoy a truly unique and memorable visit to the Hall of Fame where they will discover:
- The defending Olympic golf champion is Canadian
- Arnold Palmer’s first professional victory was in Canada
A walk through the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame mirrors a stroll over an 18-hole golf course, with each “hole” representing a significant element in the game’s history, from its genesis to the champions of the modern game.
The finest players, builders, and administrators in our country’s golf history are enshrined in the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. Charcoal illustrations of Canada’s golf heroes of the past and present line the walls of the Hall of Fame room that overlooks the Glen Abbey golf course.
1333 Dorval Drive, Suite 1