The Women’s Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame honors individuals who have made significant contributions of their time, talent and resources to promote the game of golf among the women of Oklahoma. The Women’s Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization. Through fundraising efforts associated with establishing this award, the board has set up an endowment – the proceeds of which will be used for making contributions to promote women’s golf in Oklahoma.
The first members of the Women’s Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame were inducted at the Inaugural Induction Banquet in 2005. Hall of Fame Induction Banquets have also been held in 2006, 2008 and 2010.
The Hall of Fame Board also presents two additional awards. The Jarita Askins Service Award is presented to an individual for their current contributions to women’s golf in Oklahoma and specifically for contributions to the Women’s Oklahoma Golf Association. The Carol Belcher Collins Sportsmanship Award is presented to a player at the WOGA Girls’ Junior State Championship who displays exceptional sportsmanship.
NOMINATION FOR HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES
Anyone may nominate individuals for induction into the Women’s Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame. To receive a nomination form contact the Women’s Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame Secretary or download here. The deadline to receive outside nominations will be six months prior to the scheduled banquet date.
The following criteria will be considered when nominating an individual for the Hall of Fame. This honor will be given to those whose services and talents are demonstrated by: (1) exemplary character and integrity; (2) participation in Oklahoma women’s golf for a minimum of 6 years; and (3) significant contribution of time, talent or resources and/or an outstanding playing record (local, state, national).
Hall of Fame Induction Banquet – 2016
National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City
Women Teaching Women – TBD, Stillwater Country Club
(click on event to download forms)
The Women’s Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame exhibits may be viewed at the following locations:
Lake Hefner Golf Club, Oklahoma City
Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame Museum, Guthrie
Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame & Jim Thorpe Museum, Oklahoma City