In 2008, as part of the Club's 50th Anniversary celebrations, Whitevale Golf Club created a Wall of Fame, with eight inaugural inductees. In 2018, five additional inductees were added. While our Club has been home to hundreds of high-achieving amateur and professional golfers over the years, these thirteen individuals have excelled at an exceptional level either during or subsequent to their years as members, helping to raise awareness of Whitevale Golf Club throughout the province, the country, and in some cases, around the world. Click on a member's picture to view their accomplishments.
Bob & Joan Store
Bruce Brewer's accomplishments:
- 9-time Club Champion - 1965, 1969-1972, 1976, 1981, 1983, 1985
- 1978, 1980 & 1982 George S. Lyon Champion, played on nearly every Whitevale George S Lyon team from 1959-1985
- 1985-1987 Board of Directors, including Club Captain in 1987
- 1958 Ontario Public Links Champion
- 1959 Ontario Intercollegiate Champion and University of Toronto Athlete of the Year
- Qualified and competed in the 1959 Canadian Open
- 1973 Canadian Amateur, Low Canadian (4th overall)
- 1981 Ranked #3 among Ontario amateurs, 8 times ranked in top 10
- 1964 & 1974 Ontario Willingdon Cup Team member
- Member of Team Canada for 1973 Americas Cup and 1974 World Amateur
- 1981 Ontario Better Ball Champion (with Paul Davis)
- 2007 Winner, RCGA Super Senior Championship
- Director and volunteer, Ontario Golf Association for over 40 years. Was "Player's Representative to the OGA" along with Nick Weslock and Gary Cowan
- 4-time Club Champion at Schalamar Creek Golf Club in Lakeland, Florida
Mark Brewer's accomplishments:
- 18-time Club Champion - 1993-1998, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012-2015, 2017
- Whitevale course record, 62 (2003 & 2004), and post-renovation competitive course record, 67 (2007)
- Member of the 1982 and 2012 George S. Lyon Championship Team
- 1990 Ranked #1 Assistant Professional in Ontario, finished 2nd at Ontario Assistants' Championship
- 2008-2010 Board of Directors, including Club Captain in 2010
- 3-time Team Canada member, including Canada's first and only World Amateur Championship in 1986
- 7-time Team Ontario member ('81 Junior, '86 Men's, '03, '04, '05, '10 Mid-Am, '18 Senior)
- 1979 Winner, Ontario Juvenile Best-Ball (with Rick Todd)
- 1981 Ranked #1 Junior in Ontario, finished 3rd at Canadian Junior Championship
- 1986 Ranked #1 Amateur in Ontario, finished 3rd at Canadian Amateur Championship
- 1999 Winner, Canadian Club Champion Championship
- 2003 Winner, Ontario Club Champion Championship
- 2004 Ranked #1 Mid-Amateur in Ontario
- 2018 Winner, Ontario Senior Men's Championship
- 2018 Ranked #1 Senior in Ontario
- Over 30 individual invitational championships including (multiple) Weston "Willie Park", Idylwylde, Kawartha, Peterborough, Aurora and Midland
- Miami University of Ohio: 6 NCAA tournament wins, MAC Conference Team Champions '87, Individual Champion '86 & '87, MAC 4-time All Conference, NCAA 2-time All American, '87 Miami University Athlete of the Year
Angela Buzminksi's accomplishments:
- 1991 Ontario Match Play Champion, runner-up at Ontario Ladies Amateur Championship
- 1994 Quarter-Finalist, U.S. Women's Amateur Championship
- Became a Touring Professional in 1995
- Qualified for US Women's Open 1995, 1996, 2001, 2002
- 2001, finished 2nd on the FUTURES Tour money list earning exempt status on the LPGA Tour
- LPGA Tour, 2002-2004
- Collegiate Golf Honours: 2-time NCAA First Team All-American, 4-time Big Ten Conference Team, 3-time Captain, Indiana University Women's Golf Team
Herb Carnegie's accomplishments:
- 3-time Club Champion - 1963, 1964, 1968
- 2-time Canadian Senior Champion - 1977, 1978
- 4-time Canadian Champion, Ontario Senior Golf Team - 1977, 1978, 1980, 1982
- 3-time Ontario Senior Champion - 1975, 1976, 1982
- 6 Hall of Fame Awards, including the Canada Sports Hall of Fame (Hockey)
- Six Medals for Community Service, including the Order of Canada - 2003
- Herb was the first African-Canadian hockey player to be offered an opportunity to play in the National Hockey League (he turned down the New York Rangers, as they offered him less than he was making in the Quebec League)
Paul Davis's accomplishments:
- 7-time Club Champion - 1973-1975, 1978-1980, 1982
- 4-time winning team member of the George S. Lyon Cup (3 representing Whitevale)
- 1977 Alberta Amateur Champion
- 1979 Ontario Amateur Champion (defeating renowned amateurs Nick Weslock and Gary Cowan)
- 1981 Willingdon Cup winner (Team Ontario)
- 1981 Ontario Better Ball Champion (with Bruce Brewer)
- 1995 Ontario Mid-Amateur Champion
- Paul's younger brothers have 5 Whitevale Club Championships between them, current member Glenn Davis (2) and his twin brother Don (3)
Walt Lemon's accomplishments:
- Club President 1990,1991,2003,2004,2005.
- Led Course Renovation Initiative in 2004.
- 50th Anniversary Event Chairman.
- Author of the book "Fore! Nine! A History of WGC".
- Whitevale Interclub coordinator for 10+ years.
- Convenor for men's and mixed Scarps for 12+ years.
- Member and significant contributor to WGC committees.
- WGC Historian.
Judy Morrison's accomplishments:
- 9-time Club Champion - 1980, 1983-1988, 1990, 1991
- 1986 - 1988 Board of Directors, including President in 1988
- 2-time champion Scarborough District Seniors
- Member of winning Provincial Senior Team at Canadian Seniors 2003
- Chosen Most Valuable Player of the Ontario Provincial Training Program for Junior, Amateur and Senior
- Coached and counselled countless Canadian students in local and surrounding area to help obtain U.S. Scholarships in golf, basketball, soccer, ice hockey, volleyball and cross country
- Whitevale's first female Club President, 1988
Jack Payne's accomplishments:
- 3-time Club Champion - 1959, 1961, 1962
- Played on every George S. Lyon team while a member
- Won the Ontario Pro-Am with amateur Ken Thorpe and pro Gus Maue
- 11 Club Championships in Ontario and England
- One of only 12 amateurs in England with a plus handicap, 1950
- In England from 1947 to 1952 he won: 3 club championships, 2 Somerset County Championships, 2 South Western Championships, 2 West England Championships, 1 Kashmir Cup, 1 Grand Atlantic Trophy, 2 Baker Memorial Trophies, 3 Evening Post Foursomes (once after being 5-down with 5 to play, won on the first extra hole).
- Legendary Australian tennis player Rod Laver is Jack's cousin
Barb Roger's accomplishments:
- Three years on the Board
- President 1997 and 1998
- Co-Lead on the purchase of lands, assisting in structuring and negotiating the deal.
- Key role in the Whitevale share structure
- Lead the initiative to re-write the Club By-Laws
Bob & Joan Store's accomplishments:
At Whitevale, long term contribution to our social fabric:
- Initiated the Longest Day of Golf
- Resulted in Whitevale giving almost $400K since 1992
- Leader and strong supporters of the golf events at Whitevale
Rick Todd's accomplishments:
- Runner up at 1977 Ontario Juvenile and 1978 Ontario Junior
- 1985 Ontario Amateur Champion
- Became a Touring Professional in 1986 - played the PGA Tour, Japanese PGA, Ben Hogan/Nike, Canadian and Asian tours
- Qualified and competed in the 1996 British Open and the 1998 U.S. Open
- 3 Canadian Tour victories, 2 Ben Hogan Tour victories
- Member of Canada's 1996 World Cup and Dunhill Cup teams
- 1996 won Asian Tour Order of Merit
- 1999 named Golf Coach, University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) Miners
- Elected to the El Paso Golf Hall of Fame in 1984
- UTEP's first-ever All-American in 1984
John Trimble's accomplishments:
- Whitevale President from 1999 - 2000 and 2012 – 2015, Vice President from 1997 – 1998.
- One term of 5 and one term of 4 years on the Board.
- Led the land purchase from the Ontario Government from 1996-1999.
- Share structure and rewrite of the Whitevale Bylaws, including the conversion of the club to equity.
- Led the land sale which allowed the development of the new clubhouse.
- Continues to contribute participating at high level club events, the Interclub and Senior Ryder Cup.