Hall of Fame of Golf Welcomes Love, Longhurst, Mallon, Woosnam and Ochoa as 2017 Class

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The World Golf Hall of Fame and Museum today reported its 2017 Induction Class.

Henry Longhurst, Davis Love III, Meg Mallon, Lorena Ochoa and Ian Woosnam are included.

These five new individuals will be revered at the World Golf Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City the week of the Presidents Cup.

Taking after is a concise bio on each new inductee:

Henry Longhurst, United Kingdom

Henry Loghurst

A week by week reporter for the London Sunday Times for a long time. He was likewise thought to be the principal golf TV character giving scope to the BBC from the 1950s until his demise in 1978.

Davis Love III, United States

Davis Love III, United States

In a vocation that has traversed four decades on the PGA TOUR, Love has indented 22 triumphs including the 1997 PGA Championship and two triumphs at The PLAYERS Championship in 1992 and 2003. His nature of play has earned him a place on six U.S. Ryder Cup groups and six Presidents Cup groups. He has captained two Ryder Cup groups, including the triumphant 2016 group. Love is a beneficiary of both the Payne Stewart and Bob Jones Awards.

Meg Mallon, United States

Meg Mallon, United States

Her 18 vocation LPGA Tour triumphs and four Major Championships are simply some portion of Mallon’s triumphant make-up. An individual from nine Solheim Cup groups (skipper in 2013), Mallon was perceived amid the LPGA’s 50th Anniversary as one of the LPGA’s main 50 players and instructors.

Lorena Ochoa, Mexico

Lorena Ochoa, Mexico

In her first full season on the LPGA Tour, Ochoa had eight main 10 completes, completed ninth on the LPGA Tour’s cash list and was named Rookie of the Year. She completed with 27 triumphs on the LPGA Tour, including two noteworthy titles.

Ian Woosnam, United Kingdom

Ian Woosnam, United Kingdom

“Woosie,” champ of the 1991 Masters Tournament, sat on the Official World Golf Rankings for 50 weeks all through 1991 and 1992. His sterling play drove him to speak to Europe in eight successive Ryder Cup groups from 1983 to 1997.

These five Inductees will bring the aggregate number of World Golf Hall of Fame Members to 155.