Four inducted into Western Pennsylvania Golf Hall of Fame in Class of 2022

Janet Anderson has her name on a special list in the world of golf.

She is a U.S. Women’s Open champion.

In 1982, Anderson came to Del Paso Country Club in Sacramento, California as a good player but not one thought to be a strong candidate for the Women’s Open title.

Five to be inducted into Hall of Fame Class of 2021

Regardless of what you did to get there, being named to a Hall of Fame is a special day in someone’s life. And for the eighth time in the storied history of the West Penn Golf Association, it will be so again, this time for five honorees.

The Association’s Class of 2021 (there was no Class of 2020) will be inducted Nov. 4 at Allegheny Country Club and will include Jim Masserio, Bob Reilly, Jodi Renner, Ron Sirak, and Chuck Scally Sr.

Introducing the Frank Fuhrer, III Hall of the Western Pennsylvania Golf Hall of Fame

The history of golf in Western Pennsylvania is unparalleld as you might expect with Arnold Palmer being the brightest shining star in a galaxy of great players from this area.

In 2013, a Hall of Fame was created to recognize golfers and contributors from the area who had an impact on the sport’s history here. The first class consisted of Palmer, William C. Fownes, Jr., Jock Hutchison, Carol Semple Thompson, and Lew Worsham.


Announcing the Class of 2019 (9/27/19)
Announcing the Class of 2018 (5/29/18)
Announcing the Class of 2017 (8/15/17)
Announcing the Class of 2016 (4/26/16)
Announcing the Class of 2015 (5/29/15)
Announcing the Class of 2014 (6/09/14)
Announcing the Inaugural Class (8/01/13)