The Great Golf Hall Of Fame

Golf: the sport of kings. Don't let anyone tell you it's horse racing! First played in the 15th century, golf is played by high powered executives and labourers alike. Regardless of your background, gender and education, you can have a shot at being the best golfer you can be. The barrier to entry is only the cost of a set of clubs.

Some philistines see golf as being "a good walk spoiled". Not the heroes on this site though!

We are in tremendously exciting times for golf. In 2008, Tiger Woods claimed the title of highest-paid professional athlete, having earned an estimated $110 million from winnings and endorsements. Golf has its fair share of dramas though, demonstrated by Tiger's much publicised misdemeanours and subsequent (temporary) departure from professional golf.

This site is the Great Golf Hall Of Fame. The Encyclopedia Of Golfing Greats, if you will.

If you see that someone deserving of mention is missing - let us know and they will be added ASAP.

Who's Who Of Golf

The get your juices flowing, here is a snapshot of the golfing legends found in the deeper recesses of he Great Golf Hall Of Fame:

  • Seve Ballesteros
  • Nick Faldo
  • Ben Hogan
  • Bobby Jones
  • Jack Nicklaus
  • Greg Norman
  • Art Wall
  • Tom Watson
  • Tiger Woods

Golfing Resources

The ultimate in golfing self expression: Promotional Golf Logo Golf Balls. I think people are "branding" these golf balls to promote their businesses, but there's nothing stopping you putting a "Happy 60th Birthday" on them. I'm quite taken with these, I think they're cute!

You don't get to be as good as Seve Ballesteros by being an armchair golfer. To scale the dizzying heights of our golfing legends, you'd better start taking some golf lessons. You've heard the sound bite "practice makes perfect"? Golf is no different, and it pays to get expert tuition to point you in the right direction before bad habits set in.