Ken Tarling to be inducted into Ontario Golf Hall of Fame


March 31, 2017
"On behalf of the Board of Directors and the entire membership I would like to congratulate PGA of Canada Professional Ken Tarling on a remarkable playing career and most notably being named to the Ontario Golf Hall of Fame on May 3 at Wooden Sticks Golf Club. 
Ken has always been well respected for his playing ability and has been recognized as the most decorated playing professionals of our generation. We wish Ken true success as he continues with his playing career on the European Senior Tour."

Curtis Pitre
PGA of Canada - Ontario Zone President
-From Ontario Half of Fame 2017 Announcement-
Entering the Hall in the Professional Golfer category is Sandford's Ken Tarling. Originally from Saskatoon, Tarling turned pro in 1982. Throughout his career, Tarling captured 21 provincial titles, two national (2001 PGA of Canada Club Professional Championship and 2011 PGA of Canada Senior's Championship), one Canadian Tour win and 12 international victories in eight countries. Now at the age of 58, Tarling is competing on the European Senior Tour. Tarling has also served as the President of the Canadian Tour, been on the PGA of Canada Board of Directors and taught at Humber College in the Professional Golf Management program. In 2012, he received an Honorary Life Membership with the Canadian Tour.
The Ontario Golf Hall of Fame is dedicated to the recognition of extraordinary contributions and accomplishments in the game of golf in Ontario. Founded in 2000 by the Ontario Golf Association and the Ontario Ladies' Golf Association, the Ontario Golf Hall of Fame is housed at Wooden Sticks Golf Club in Uxbridge.
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