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Stephen Ames

Born:
April 28, 1964
Place of birth: Trinidad & Tabago
Category: Professional Golfer
Inducted: 2014

Achievements:

2009                Children’s Miracle Network Classic (PGA TOUR)
2007                Children’s Miracle Network Classic (PGA TOUR)
2006                Players Championship (PGA TOUR)
2004                (Cialis) Western Open (PGA TOUR)
1996                Benson and Hedges International Open (European Tour)
1994                Open V33 Grand Lyon (European Tour)
1991                Ben Hogan Pensacola Open (Web.com Tour)
1989                Trinidad and Tobago Open

Team:
                       Eisenhower Trophy     1986
                       World Cup                  2000, 2002, 2003, 2006

Other items of note:
  • Turned pro in 1987
Stephen Ames Foundation:
  • The Stephen Ames Foundation was founded in 2005; its mission to provide funding to junior golf programs in Canada and Trinidad & Tobago
  • Over the years, the Foundation's mandate has been expanded to include children's charities, hospitals, and hospital foundations in Calgary
  • The Foundation also provides funding support to the University of Calgary Golf Team
  • In 2013, the Stephen Ames Foundation funded the inaugural CJGA Stephen Ames Junior Classic Presented by RBC at the Country Club of the Hamptons in Calgary, AB

Stephen Ames Cup:
  • In partnership with the CJGA, the Foundation launched the Stephen Ames Cup in 2005, with the inaugural event taking place at Granite Golf Club in Stouffville, ON
  • This annual tournament is a unique partnership between the Canadian Junior Golf Association and Trinidad & Tobago Golf Association, which helps young people develop the skills and confidence, through golf, they will use into adulthood
  • The Stephen Ames Cup alternates host country each year between Canada and Trinidad & Tobago
  • The event is a Ryder Cup format, in which 8 to 10 junior golfers from Canada compete against a team from Trinidad & Tobago
Awards:

2009 SCOREGolf Top Male Touring Professional
2007 Trinidad and Tobago First Citizens Sports Foundation Sportsman of the Year Award
2006 Trinidad and Tobago First Citizens Sports Foundation Sportsman of the Year Award
2006 SCOREGolf Top Male Touring Professional
2004 Chaconia Medal (Gold), Trinidad & Tobago's second highest honour



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