You can show your support and help honor the greats of Texas golf by donating your time, artifacts and memorabilia or by making a donation for as little as $10! Contributions can be made safely and securely through PayPal by clicking on the donate button to the right.

How to help and contribute to the Texas Golf Hall of Fame:

  1. Volunteer your time.
    • At Brackenridge Park as a volunteer or docent.
    • Help raise funds to support our efforts to honor the greatest state hall of fame members in the country
  2. Donate artifacts.
    • Send a letter and photograph of the artifact you would like to donate to the museum. Please describe why you believe the item should be in the museum. Our Museum Committee will contact you with details.
    • Please do not send items without prior approval.
  3. Make a financial contribution.
    • You can make a contribution through PayPal from our website by clicking on the Donate button to the right. We accept credit or debit card contributions up to $500. All online contributions are secure and safe through PayPal’s site. For as little as $10 you can become a Champion for the Texas Golf Hall of Fame.
  4. Financial contributions directly to the Hall of Fame. Contact the Hall of Fame for instructions on these donations
    • Honor a current Inductee with a gift in that person’s name. Special monuments will be erected at the Texas Golf Walk of Fame that will contain information about each Inductee. You can help with the cost of those monuments with gifts of $500.00 (Par level), $1,000.00 (Birdie level), $2,500.00 (Eagle level) and $5,000.00 (Ace level). Major Gifts are those of the $10,000.00 level or higher. We are delighted to offer naming rights, as appropriate, for the various rooms and components of the Brackenridge Park Golf Course facilities, which will be the home to the Texas Golf Hall of Fame and Museum.

    • Corporate Sponsorships are a way to co-brand your company’s image with the Texas Golf Hall of Fame and Museum and its events. Through the year, various exhibits, promotions and events will be located at the venue which will attract statewide attention and acclaim. These events may include traveling exhibitions of personal golf collections (Crenshaw, Nelson, etc.), a collection of golf’s greatest trophies, and golf outings during the year.

    • Foundation and Trusts may be interested in the historic preservation of this project and the educational impact of the museum. The Texas Golf Hall of Fame and Museum, located at the historic Brackenridge Park Golf Course, is part of San Antonio’s “Museum Reach” of the San Antonio Riverwalk. The 1915 A. W. Tillimghast golf course was home to the first Texas Open in 1922 and the adjacent Borglum Studio was where sculptor Gutzon Borglum rendered his first clay model for what would later become Mt. Rushmore. The museum will include information about Borglum and the history of golf in Texas.

Additional Contributions

Contact The Texas Golf Hall of Fame for more information.