Welcome to the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame
The 2014 Night of Induction took place Friday, October 10, 2014 at The Hill at TPC Summerlin as part of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. It was another special evening as our new and previous inductees enjoyed the evening as well as family, friends and special guests.
Congratulations Class of 2014:
Amateur Champion Frank Acker
Top 100 PGA of America Teacher Mike Davis
PGA of America Icon John Difloure (In Memoriam)
LPGA Tour Player Stephanie Louden
Watch Las Vegas CBS affiliate story about new HOF inductee Frank Acker and 2006 Inductee Brady Exber
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More Great coverage of Class of 2013 in Oct 12 LVRJ
Check Out CBS Sports Coverage of '13 Inductee Bob May
July 2013 Nevada Fairways article about 2013 Inductees!
Click NOW to view NBC, CBS, LV RJ 2013 coverage of LV Golf Hall of Fame
Stay tuned for Class of 2014 Information Soon.
The Night of Induction takes place as kickoff event of PGA Tour's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Read More About It.
Take a look at photos from the Class of 2012 Night of Induction!
The Las Vegas Review-Journal Features the Class of 2012
Class of 2012: Charley Hoffman, Seth "Mac" McCoy, Ryan Moore, and Valley View Golf Club.
KLAS-TV CBS Highlights 2011 Class of the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame Featuring PGA Tour's Craig Barlow - click here to view
||"It’s an honor anytime a Hall of Fame invites you in. I’m very proud of it. In fact, I’ve got the plaque the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame gave me when I was inducted on display at Colbert Hills, the golf course for Kansas State University."
--Jim Colbert, 2002
Welcome to the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame. The mission of the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame is to celebrate and bring awareness to players, administrators, benefactors, groups, instructors, teams, and other worthy golfers who have served the game of golf in Las Vegas in a positive and meaningful way, whether through performance on the course, volunteerism, financial support, promotion, or other dedicated service. And to preserve the deep history of golf in Las Vegas.
The museum-quality home exhibit is located at Las Vegas National Golf Club and is open to the public for free during regular business hours of the course. A 16-person committee made up of Las Vegas golf professionals, media, amateur association leaders, and Hall of Fame members, oversees the management of all aspects of the Hall.
|| "It’s a wonderful honor to be in the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame. There’s so much great golf history in Las Vegas, and I’m very privileged to be a part of that storied history. It’s terrific and this is one of the great honors of my life." -- Dwaine Knight, 2009