Paul Sherratt

Born: September 29, 1951, in Birmingham, England

Inducted: 2019

Paul Sherratt is currently a PGA of Canada Class “A” Head Professional at Rideau View Golf Club in Ontario.

Paul is a former PGA of Canada President, having served on the PGA of Canada National Board of Directors for 11 years, including five years as the Ottawa Zone Representative. Spent 15 years on Boards with the Ottawa Zone and five years as the PGA of Canada representative on the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame Committee.

He has been awarded numerous awards including the Jack McLaughlin Junior Leader of the Year Award in 2005, two-time Score Club Professional of the Year and nine-time Ottawa Zone award winner recipient, five of which were Club Professional of the Year.

Paul was instrumental in the induction of Moe Norman into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. This was acknowledged in Lorne Rubenstein’s book, “Moe and Me”.

During his term as Vice President of the PGA of Canada, Paul authored the PGA of Canada’s first 5-year business plan in 1995. The plan achieved the following objectives as identified by the PGA of Canada’s Executive Committee:

  1. Identify the major issues facing the golf industry and the golf professional in Canada
  2. Determine the critical strategies that will be required to maintain and improve the viability of the PGA of Canada
  3. Identify the key action items, timeframes and primes for the implementation of these strategies.