Dayton Amateur Golf Hall of Fame
The Dayton Amateur Golf Hall of Fame operates under the direction of the Dayton City Golf Commission. The following information concerning the Hall of Fame is taken from the Commission’s Articles of Constitution.
Section I – DAYTON AMATEUR GOLF HALL OF FAME COMMITTEE
The Dayton Amateur Golf Hall of Fame Committee shall be assembled in each odd numbered year. The president of the Dayton Golf Commission shall appoint the chairman at the regular March business meeting. The chairman shall assemble a committee to prepare for the celebration.
Section 2 – COMMITTEE MEMBERS
The Committee shall be made up of the following persons:
Section 3 –PURPOSE OF THE COMMITTEE
The purpose of the committee shall be to plan the Hall of Fame golf outing and induction ceremony.
Section 4 – PROCEDURE
Section 4 – ELEGIBILITY OF CANDIDATES
Candidates shall be persons from the local area, who have made outstanding contributions to the game of golf, either locally or on the state or national level. The contribution may either be in the area of meritorious service or superior performance.
Section 5 – NOMINATIONS
Candidates may be nominated by anyone in the Dayton area. Forms for nominations shall be made available at each of Dayton’s golf courses and other courses in the area. The forms shall be signed by the person making the nomination and shall provide space for inclusion of the nominee’s accomplishments, dates of accomplishments and other pertinent information. Documentation may be submitted to any City of Dayton golf professional, or to any member of the Committee.
Section 6 – FINAL SELECTION – APPROVAL
The Hall of Fame Committee shall submit the names of the finalists to the Golf Commission fro approval.
The following is reprinted from the 2001 Hall of Fame Induction program. It is anticipated another group of inductees will be presented in the near future.