Honor Vegas Golf History with the 2023 Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame Night of Induction

Continuing its mission to celebrate and bring awareness to players, administrators, benefactors, groups, instructors, teams, and other worthy golfers who have served the game of golf in Las Vegas and Southern Nevada in a positive and meaningful way, the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame committee has announced the Class of 2023. The five new members run the spectrum of teaching professional and volunteer, to PGA of America club professional, to former UNLV star, to top amateur, to philanthropist.

The new class will be honored during the Night of Induction, Oct. 7, as the official kickoff to the Shriners Children’s Open. For the first time, the induction will take place in The Hill and Club360,  the new Shriners VIP hospitality area that features panoramic views of holes 16, 17 and 18.

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In addition to honoring inductees, the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame is committed to supporting junior golf in Southern Nevada. It annually awards the $10,000 Bill Walters Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame Scholarship and works jointly with the Southern Nevada Junior Golf Association to help award more than $40,000 in scholarships annually.

About the Class of 2023

Chuck Bombard is a longtime PGA of America professional who helped operate PGA Tour and PGA Tour Champions events as general manager of TPC Summerlin from 2001-10 and TPC Las Vegas from 1996-2001. He was recognized with the 2020 Southwest Section Bill Strasbaugh Award, which recognizes professionals who mentor their fellow PGA Professionals in improving their employment situations and through service to the community.

Tim Cashman joins his father, James Cashman, as an inductee into the Hall of Fame. Tim has made an indelible impact on golf in Las Vegas via philanthropy and leadership during his time with the Las Vegas Founders Club that operated PGA Tour, PGA Tour Champions and UNLV golf tournaments .

Jim Hart has dedicated much of his life to helping deserving young people learn the game of golf via his work with the So. Nev. Inner-City Youth Golf Association, The First Tee, and Hart Academy of Golf. Volunteerism shines through with Hart. Former Hart students have gone on to play collegiately, become LPGA and PGA teaching professionals, attorneys and other success stories.

Todd Roberts is a top Southern Nevada Golf Association amateur golfer who has won three state senior amateurs and multiple player of the year honors. He also very quietly helps golf causes through philanthropy and other efforts.

Warren Schutte was one of the first top recruits that helped put UNLV golf on the map Schutte won the 1991 NCAA title while playing for the Rebels, which secured a spot in The Masters. He now is a top teaching professional in Arizona and inspiring the next generation of golfers. He also played on the PGA Tour.

All Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame Previous Inductees

Frank Acker, 2014Jeremy Anderson, 2022Tommy Armour III, 2008Craig Barlow, 2011Charlie Baron, 2010Jerry Belt, 1991Chuck Bombard, 2023; Voss Boreta, 2015Jimmie Bullard, 2009; Helen Cannon, 2004; Tim Cashman, 2023;  James Cashman, Jr., 1998; Barbara Christensen, 2015Kerri Clark, 2017Clyde Cobb, 1991; Bob Coffin, 2022James Colbert, 2002Mike Davis, 2014John DiFloure, 2014; Kim Dolan, 2019Eddie Draper, 2004; Mike Dunaway, 2016Eric Dutt, 2008Brady Exber, 2006Bill Farkas, 2017Jerry Foltz, 2015Edward Fryatt, 2009; Las Vegas Founders, 2004Robert Gamez, 2002; Garry Goett, 2019Dale Hahn, 2022Butch Harmon, 2006Jim Hart, 2023; Tom Hartley, 2017Ernest Haupt, 1998; Christina Hixson, 2019; Charley Hoffman, 2012Richard Huff, 2004; Dave Johnson, 2022Laurie Johnson, 2011; Joe Kelly, 2010Dwaine Knight, 2009; Brenda Knott, 2013Stephanie Louden, 2014Bob May, 2013Sue May, 2019Don “Mac” McCoy, 2012Irwin Molasky, 2016; Ryan Moore, 2012; Ray Norvell, 2013; Doug Pool, 2015Louis Redden, 2008Stuart Reid, 1991; Chris Riley, 2004Jerry Roberts, 2008Todd Roberts, 2023; Bill Rohret, 2016Warren Schutte, 2023; Art Sellinger, 2011Jack Sheehan, 2009Southern Nevada Golf Association, 2017Tom Storey, 2006; Ann Sunstrum, 2022Charlie Teel, 1991; Tournament of Champions, 2010; 1997-98 UNLV Golf Team, 2002; Valley View Golf Club, 2012C. Pat Walker, 1998; Bill Walters, 2013Don Welch, 2019Dean Wilson, 2016.