Golf Hall of Fame’s Finalists 2019

GOLF HALL OF FAME’S FINALISTS, 2019. Image courtesy Shutterstock.

The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum have released the names of 15 finalists who will be considered for class enshrinement in 2019. The list of finalists includes men and women representing four different countries, and consists of candidates from the following four categories: Male Competitor, Female Competitor, Lifetime Achievement and Veterans.

Class of 2019 to be announced October 10.

Below is the list of The World Golf Hall of Fame finalists, listed alphabetically by category.

Male Competitor (4) 
Retief Goosen, South Africa
Graham Marsh, Australia
Corey Pavin, United States
Hal Sutton, United States

Female Competitor (5) 
Susie Maxwell Berning, United States
Beverly Hanson, United States
Sandra Palmer, United States
Dottie Pepper, United States
Jan Stephenson, Australia

Lifetime Achievement (3) 
Peggy Kirk Bell, United States
Billy Payne, United States
Dennis Walters, United States

Veterans (3) 
Jim Ferrier, Australia
Catherine Lacoste, France
Calvin Peete, United States

The list of finalists was handed down by a Selection Sub-Committee comprised of 20 individuals, including six World Golf Hall of Fame Members: Donna Caponi Byrnes, Juli Inkster, Hale Irwin, Nick Price, Curtis Strange and Karrie Webb.

This group was responsible for overseeing the vetting process that commenced in June and culminated with the Sub-Committee’s selection of finalists that will be presented to the Selection Commission.

“The Selection Sub-Committee had a big task to complete, and every member is to be commended for their effort and commitment in choosing the 15 best candidates,” said Jack Peter, President of the World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum.

“We are proud of the energy and thoroughness of the voting system and eagerly await the final results, which will be announced on October 10th.”

Before gaining consideration, each finalist met the necessary qualifications in his or her respective category by way of on-course accomplishments or by significant contributions to the game.

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