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Henry Martell

Golf Athlete -  Inducted 1968

Henry Martell gained prominence in golf in 1934 when he captured the Edmonton City Open. He then went on to win the Edmonton City Amateur thirteen times, and the Alberta Amateur nine times. He won the Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Ontario Open Championships and the Canadian Amateur Championship in 1946. Henry Martell turned professional in 1948 and won three more national titles including the Canadian Professional Golfers' Association and the Canadian Professional Golf Association Senior Championship. He represented Canada in several International tournaments during his golf career.

After Induction

Henry won the CPGA Seniors championship in 1971. He was the head professional at the Highlands Golf Club in Edmonton from 1947 to 1979.


Halls of Fame: 1979 - Edmonton Sports Hall of Fame

1982 - Canadian Golf Hall of Fame

2005 - Alberta Golf Hall of Fame

2014 - Professional Golfers Association of Canada Hall of Fame

Henry Martell Passed away on June 12, 1984.