Launches five-year strategic plan to map out future goals and initiatives

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Nominations for the 2022 Class of the Texas Golf Hall of Fame will open March 3, 2022. The public is urged to nominate qualified individuals before the deadline on April 29, 2022.

Following the nomination deadline, the list of nominees will be screened by the induction nominating committee to be sure they meet the eligibility requirements of the specific category for which they were nominated. There shall be no more than eight total nominees per category per induction year. Not all public nominations are guaranteed a place on the official ballot. 

Nominations for individuals and courses can be made in five categories: Amateur Player, Golf Professional/Teacher, Lifetime Achievement, Professional Player, and the Texas Registry of Historic Golf Courses. This will be the Texas Golf Hall of Fame’s 29th class to be inducted since the Hall’s inception in 1978. 

You can find additional information about the nomination process, categories and requirements for nomination, and nomination form (as of March 3) by visiting

The 2022 class will be announced in July and inducted on October 17th in San Antonio. Tickets to the event will be made available to the public. The class of 2020 included Angela Stanford, Mike Wright, Dow Finsterwald, Jr., Hank Kuehne, Verne Lundquist and Oak Hills Country Club (San Antonio).

In addition, the Texas Golf Hall of Hall of Fame recently launched a five-year strategic plan that maps out its future goals and initiatives. Numerous initiatives will come to fruition under four main tenets: Members, Education, Partnerships, and Giving.

Among the highest of priorities is to create a one-of-a-kind, world-class digital archive and repository to celebrate and capture our members and Texas golf history as a whole. 

Also, there will be strong emphasis placed on content creation for enhanced social media platform presence. We invite you to be part of our social media community.

To find the strategic plan in its entirety, please visit

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