Graham Cooke (1946 - )

Graham Cooke (1946 - ) Inducted in 2008
 
Graham Cooke is, without a doubt, an accomplished amateur golfer, and the list of the championships that he has won at all levels of competition is highly remarkable.
 
On the provincial scene, he won the Amateur Championship 4 times, the Senior Championship 2 times, and the first edition of the Tournament Players’ Championship in which the trophy is named after him! He also won the Alexander of Tunis 4 times, and the Duke of Kent 5 times. These achievements led him 27 times to be a member of the Québec Team in the Willingdon Cup competition, which he won twice.
 
At the Canadian level, he is the only person to have won the Mid-Amateur Championship 7 times, and he was crowned 3 times at the Senior Championship. As well, he was a member of 7 Canadian Amateur teams. He took part in numerous prestigious international competitions, including the 2007 Seniors’ Open Amateur Championship, in Scotland, where he ranked 2nd after a sudden-death play-off.
 
Since 1973, he has his own golf course design company, Graham Cooke & Associates, and has designed and overseen the construction of over 100 golf courses as well as providing services for over 600 clients located around the world.

Inducted Members of the Québec Golf Hall of Fame

Pierre Archambault (1944 - ) inducted in 2017
Gordon Baxter Taylor (1909 - 1999) inducted in 1996
Adrien Bigras (1938 - ) inducted in 2005
Jocelyne Bourassa (1947 -) inducted in 1996
Graham Cooke (1946 - ) inducted in 2008
Judy Darling-Evans (1937 -) inducted in 1998
Pat Fletcher (1916-1985) inducted in 1998
André Gagné (1944 - ) inducted in 2016
Damien Gauthier (1913 – 1999) inducted in 2000
Christopher Howard Gribbin (1921 - 2012) inducted in 1996
Mary Ann Hayward (1960 -) inducted in 2011
Stanley Horne (1912 - 1995) inducted in 1996
Jules Huot (1908 - 1999) inducted in 1996
The eight Huot brothers - inducted in 1996
Karl Kaspar Keffer (1882-1955) - inducted in 2016
Bill Kerr Sr. (1911 – 1997) inducted in 1997
Albert Henri Murray (1887 - 1974) inducted in 1996
Charles Richard Murray (1882 – 1939) inducted in 1996
Jacques Nols (1945 - ) inducted in 2012
Debbie Savoy Morel (1953 -...) inducted in 2017
Robert "Bob" Vokey (1939 - ) - inducted in 2017