Category: Golf

MIKE JACKSON

In his competitive golfing career, Mike has atop the leader board for more than 50 golf championships spanning the local, provincial, national and international landscape. Mike has played in national events in all ten Canadian provinces at least once. Jackson…

BRIAN FRENCH

Respected and competitive golf professional Brian French has been a member of Team Ontario five times in Titleist Cup match-play action. His team won the 2010 event played at the Royal Quebec Golf Club in Boischatel. ‘Frenchie’ holds course records…

CHARLES REEVES CONNOLLY

Charles successful golf career spanned 5 decades from the 1930’s through the 1980’s. As a champion track, football, rugby, basketball, curling and hockey player while attending Collingwood Collegiate, he was awarded the Senior Athlete Award in 1940. On the course,…

DON COOK

Don Cook has enjoyed success on both the golf course and hockey arena.  At the time of Induction, Cook has played in eight (8) Ontario Amateur Golf Championships and four (4) Canadian amateur tournaments over the years, and qualified for…

AL GREIR

Since playing Old Timers he has competed in over 2000 games, many tournaments, won many medals, too numerous to mention. Alan coached Minor hockey for twenty years. Football 1952,53,54,55 – Played football for CDCI Track & Field 1952,53,54,55 – Competed…

DON HEWSON

The Collingwood Collegiate grad moved out of the Collingwood area in his late teens to attend the University of Toronto where he secured a degree in Mechanical Engineering. A resident of Stouffville, Don his wife Sandra havre raised seven children. Hewson…

BRIAN JEFFERY

Considering all of the accomplishments in the golfing career of local resident Brian Jeffery, one figure stands out when all of the numbers are compiled. Sixteen holes-in-one! He’s done it at the famed Turnberry links in Scotland, twice within two…

DAVE TAYLOR

Davey Taylor received his first golf club on Christmas Day, 1905, in Alloway, Scotland. The club was in his stocking and he was just five years old. He started knocking a golf ball around from that very day, and, he…

NORM RULE

Norman Rule qualifies for Collingwood’s Sports Hall of Fame as a competitor and a builder. This pioneer sportsman passed away in 1973 at the age of ninety-six, a member of Collingwood’s first hockey team organized eighty-nine years ago in 1894.…