26 Feb '14, 8pm

Ames deserving of Hall nod

It was back in 1991 that Stephen Ames got a taste of what life in Canada would be like. For a guy raised in in the tropical temperatures of Trinidad, it was a rude Calgary welcome. “I think the wind chill was -55,” he said recalling his Canadian first winter spent living the basement of his mother-in-law’s house. “I never left the house.” Ames has never really grown fond of winter, but he has certainly fallen in love with Canada. Yesterday, the country paid him back for that by naming him to the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame. A four-time winner on the PGA Tour including the 2006 Players, Ames is winding down his career on the regular tour and preparing to join the 50-and-over gang on the Champions circuit in April after reaching the magic age of 50. For most of this year, he’ll split his time between the two tours using his top 50-career money list exemption on the PGA Tour. ...

Full article: http://scoregolf.com/blog/bob-weeks/2014/february/ames-de...

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