World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum Welcomes its 2017 Class

Just two days before the playing of the 12th annual Presidents Cup at nearby Liberty National Golf Club, the World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum kicked off a historic week in New York with the enshrinement of its 2017 Induction Class today at Cipriani Wall Street.

The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum Welcomes its 2017 Class:
Longhurst, Love III, Mallon, Ochoa Reyes and Woosnam Claim GolfÂ’s Highest Honor (PRNewsfoto/World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum)

More than 30 Hall of Fame Members, including icons Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Nancy Lopez and Annika Sorenstam returned to support the new members: Davis Love III, Meg Mallon, Lorena Ochoa Reyes, Ian Woosnam and the late Henry Longhurst.

“Our heartfelt congratulations go out to Davis, Lorena, Meg, Ian and the family of the late Henry Longhurst,” said Jack Peter, President of the Hall of Fame. “Between Scotland and now New York, we are very pleased with the direction and the momentum the Hall of Fame continues to build. We are grateful for the opportunity to kick off Presidents Cup week and share the stories of these five worthy inductees with audiences all over the world.”

The 90-minute ceremony, emceed by well-known television reporter Cara Robinson, was broadcasted live on the Golf Channel in the United States and seen in more than 25 countries.

The next Induction Ceremony will take place in 2019 in Pebble Beach, California the week of the men’s U.S. Open Championship. The Class of 2019 will be announced in 2018.

For more information on the World Golf Hall of Fame or to view biographies of the 2017 Class, transcripts and photos from the ceremony, visit WorldGolfHallofFame.org.

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