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Bob Wylie

Golf Athlete - Inducted 1980

Bob Wylie has won the Calgary Amateur Golf Title five times; the Alberta Amateur Crown four times; the Alberta Open Championship twice; and, the Canadian Amateur Title in 1961. He was on the Willingdon Cup Team for eleven years which resulted in three championships in 1960, 1965, and 1966. In 1960, Bob Wylie represented Canada on the World Amateur Team which won a bronze medal. He also represented Canada at International Tournaments in Mexico, Japan, Australia, and the United States. Bob Wylie turned professional from 1953 to 1958, finishing fifth at the Tucson Open Golf Tournament in 1958. He has set at least four golf course records.

After Induction

Timeline International Competition:

1960 – Mexican Amateur Champion

1962 – World Amateur silver medallist

1968 – World Amateur bronze medallist

 

National Competition:

1985 – Canadian Men’s Senior Champion

1986 – Canadian Men’s Senior Champion

1987 – Canadian Men’s Senior Champion

1988 – Canadian Men’s Senior Champion

1990 – Canadian Men’s Senior Champion

1993 – Canadian Men’s Senior Champion

1995 – Canadian Men’s Senior Champion Alberta Provincial Competition

1956 – Alberta Open Champion

1960 – Alberta Open Champion

1960 – Alberta Amateur Champion

1962 – Alberta Amateur Champion

1967 – Alberta Amateur Champion

1968 – Alberta Amateur Champion

1969 – Alberta Amateur Champion

1985 – Alberta Seniors Champion

1986 – Alberta Seniors Champion

1987 – Alberta Seniors Champion

1988 – Alberta Seniors Champion

1989 – Alberta Seniors Champion

1990 – Alberta Seniors Champion

1994 – Alberta Seniors Champion